FIND MORE FREEDOM IN MOVEMENT , GOOD POSTURE AND A CALM MIND THROUGH YOGA
Anatomically aligned and safe
Enjoy moving through yoga postures (asana) and engaging muscles you never noticed before. Maggie is forever curious, studying and sharing about how our bones, joints and muscles, and in wider context, our minds and bodies align and interact.
Creative and enjoyable
Jivamukti yoga and Vinyasa flow is generally dynamic and can be adapted to all levels and ages from a good stretch and warm up to more challenging inversions (upside down poses) like handstands.
Rewarding and Beneficial
Many of Maggie's students have never done yoga before but now keep coming back because they feel so good even after just one class. Contact her to try it out for yourself.
Come as you are and join one of Maggie's
all-levels-welcome Jivamukti and Vinyasa flow yoga classes:
MON 6-7PM: KCL Yoga, London Bridge
TUE 6:45-7:45AM More Yoga, Tower Bridge
WED 7-8AM: Retreat Yoga Studio, New Cross
FRI 7-7:55AM: The Lodge, Canada Water
SUN 11-12:15AM: Kindred Yoga, Deptford
You can also find me teaching covers at: Indaba, Yogarise, Yogahaven & Light Centre - check Fb /Insta for weekly updates
To book message me or follow links:
Nov 2-4: Gayles Retreat Farm, Sussex - £165
Nov 18-24: Sri Lanka, Villa de Zoysa - Jivamukti Retreat - from £545
with Amy McDonald, Lou Vilstrop and Maggie James
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For further Studio, Corporate & Private yoga classes: Maggiejamesyoga@gmail.com
Observe yourself from another point of view
ABOUT MAGGIE JAMES
Maggie teaches Jivamukti and vinyasa flow yoga classes and aims to share the joy and peace of mind and body that yoga gives her. She has been practicing yoga for 16 years and has a particular interest in yoga therapy and creative sequencing. Maggie's classes challenge you at the level that you are at, always with a focus on postural alignment and growing awareness of our bodies. In particular she shares from her yoga therapy studies about how we compensate for weaker muscles by tightening the ones that we already overwork; how to wake up our wider supportive muscles that can help us use our body more optimally; and how to consciously relax tensions in our body.
Maggie has learned so much from and is grateful to her teachers:
Doug Keller, Zephyr Wildman, Molly Harragin, Celest Pereira, Harriet Bone, Amy McDonald, Allie Hill, Toni Roberts, Stew Heffernan, Sharon Gannon, Yogeshwari, Moritz Ulrich, Andrea Kwiatkowski, and many others