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After careful consideration I have decided to cease teaching the Thursday yoga class in Tarvin and shall concentrate on building my classes in Chester further. I wanted to thank you your support in Tarvin over the last 16 months and say how fabulous it's been getting to know you all.

My decision was not made lightly and I've wrestled with what to do for some time now. The class has fluctuated a lot from the class being over subscribed with a waiting list to very quiet last term meaning I could not always cover costs.
The late time of the class with no option for an earlier time is also a limitation. The Chester class has remained consistent throughout the year with numbers continually increasing creating the opportunity to run another class in the city.

I'm considering a slightly different format to the class to develop different aspects of yoga; a shorter physical practice (20-40 mins), pranayama (breathing techniques- 20 mins) and meditation (20-45 mins) which I think will suit the winter months.
Many people have expressed an interest in developing meditation techniques so I'm keen to bring this teaching to those who have a desire for it.
The class will most likely be on a Tuesday evening. If you would be interested please let me know.
The class would require commitment as pranayama and meditation are developed sequentially, of course I understand occasional classes will be missed due to life having other plans and support will be given to enable students to catch up on classes missed.

In the meantime it would be great to see you in Chester. The current class is held every Wednesday at Overleigh St Mary's School CH4 7HS 6.30-8 p.m, this will be changing to 7-8.30p.m. from September due to an after school club commencing in the school hall.

Once again thank you for all of the sharing, fun and yoga we've shared over the last 16 months. I really hope some of you will come along to Chester classes and workshops

 

Ed. Always a pity to see opportunities like this moving away from the village as those still interested will need to travel to Chester now.
As the saying goes — use it or lose it.

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