SELF-REVERENT MOVEMENT TO RECONNECT
My friendly Yoga classes in Cambridge (in-person and online) are a chance to connect with deeper aspects of yourself through curious exploration of your inner world. They encourage you to listen into and to learn to trust your own perception as your ultimate guide for growing your Yoga shapes from the inside out. And for tuning into and harmonising the cyclical rhythms that turn within you and move you through your Inner Seasons.
Five Elements (Hatha) Yoga
In these relaxed and welcoming Yoga classes, I'll guide you in exploring and optimising the natural movement of your own unique body - not in forcing it into postures that do not suit you.
As you open and strengthen your body in this self-reverent way, you'll start to experience yourself as a connected whole. And, with your vital organs stimulated and your internal energy circulating more smoothly, your health and well-being on every level will naturally improve.
Central to my Yoga teaching is helping people rekindle an embodied awareness of themselves as cyclical beings.
So each Yoga class is different. The shapes we make and the quality and speed of our movement vary each week in line with the waxing and waning of the Moon. And I make sense of each seasonal phase through the map of the Chinese Five Element cycle - Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water.
Practising in this way, you'll rediscover how every aspect of your physical self, along with your ever-changing moods and inclinations, is governed by the same universal cycles that flow in the rest of the natural world.
It is the stressful, linear patterns of modern life that throw out these fluid rhythms and lead to a downward health spiral. So, as you start to honour your own inner seasons, you'll find the secret to living well.
If you are looking for a Yoga class whose benefits extend off your mat to bring real, lasting, positive change to your life, you have found your Yoga home.
Well-Woman Yoga and Women's Circles
My Well-woman Yoga sessions and Women's Circles bring together women of all ages in a friendly atmosphere of reverence, curious exploration and mutual acceptance and support. Together, we embrace and celebrate what it is to be a woman.
At my regular Well-Woman Yoga classes, the main focus is on nourishing and empowering movement and self-care practices. At my occasional Women's Circles, we have more time to hold space for each other for mindful sharing and discussion.
Both sessions centre on practices that promote our well-being as women in all kinds of ways. And that tap us back into the seasonal rhythms flowing through us.
You are most welcome to join us, if you are looking to:
- Connect with other women
- Rediscover your authentic feminine power
- Boost your general female well-being
- Navigate some specific (general or female) health issue
“For me, Tiffany's classes enrich Yoga practice - it reaches a much deeper meaning both spiritually and physically,”
- Samira T.
Tiffany's Yoga classes pull my life back into shape - an easier, more likeable, far lighter shape.
- Ashley S.
New Student Offer: 4 Weeks Unlimited Yoga & Qigong - Just £35
Get a feel for my Yoga and Qigong classes* to see if they are for you.
Or just sign up to try one class.
*Does not cover Satyam classes
5 Elements Yoga Classes
- Friday, 9.15-10.45am
Women only. Mixed ability.
Online (Live on Zoom and recorded)
Price - £12 drop-in / £60 for 6 credits - Buy new credits
- Saturday, 11.00-12.00am
Men and women. Mixed ability.
In-person and live on Zoom
Managed by Satyam Yoga Wellbeing Centre,
4 Hawthorne Way,
Cambridge, CB4 1AX
Price - please check and book with Satyam.
Well-Woman Yoga Classes
Live classes are currently suspended.
- Please get in touch if you would be interested in joining these classes when they restart (online or in-person).
- Get unlimited access to a large library of Well-Woman Yoga class recordings for £25/month.
These are occasional events, usually held at Satyam Yoga and Well-being Centre.
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"Practice Yoga to get better at life, not to get better at postures," Donna Farhi