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3, Queen Elizabeth's Walk, London

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Yin Yoga is  quiet, reflective practice which can help us to slow down and look inwards. Come and practice floor based postures with the us of props - provided - to support the body.

Expect to leave feeling grounded, calmer, enabling you to feel less stressed and experience better sleep. And like you have stretched the fascia and connective tissue passively but deeply, improving flexibility and complimenting more dynamic forms of exercise.

Come and practice by candlelight for 2 hours and finish with a yoga nidra - a guided meditation practced in Savasana (lying down) under a blanket.

Clissold Park Tennis Pavillion is a little gem at the bottom of Clissold Park. It has two big window that look over the park, is warm, cosy, only fits 12 participants, and all the mats, bolsters, blankets, eye bags and belts are supplied by Stokey Yoga, so all you need bring is yourself in comfortable clothing you can move in.

The New Moon is the quiet, yin time in the cycle when we tend to look inwards. Yin yoga is a cooling practice so great if you are going through your menopause.

It is also great if you have a regular vinyasa or ashtanga practice and want to increase your flexibility, or if you are a runner and want to stretch tired muscles after long runs. Or if you just need some "me" time, peace and quiet away from the noise of the busy city.

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3, Queen Elizabeth's Walk

Stoke Newington



Catrin completed her Yin yoga teacher training with Norman Blair in Manchester through Yogacampus. She is also a qualified Vinyasa, Restorative and Yoga Nidra teacher based in London and teaching at Yogahome, The Life Centre, at RADA and with teenagers in schools in Hackney.

A former professional aerialist, Catrin's classes incorporate her love of movement and music, yoga philosophy and instinctive teaching style. 

In her class she aims to take you on a journey which challenges you physically but is also calming mentally and emotionally.

Catrin has experience of teaching all ages and abilities and believes yoga is not just about learning to stand on your head but also standing on your own two feet when life gets tough.

When Catrin is not teaching Yoga she runs a theatre circus company called Osborne & What. And is currently writing a new show and applying for funding to make and tour it around the UK.

Catrin loves yoga for it's ability to move the body, deepen the breath, relax the mind, and improve how we relate to others, ourselves and our world beyond the mat. 

If you have access needs there is a lift to the first floor where the workshop takes place, guide dogs welcome.

Doors open at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start, if you are late please join us just please enter quietly.