Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019.

As 2018 draws to a close and we prepare to say hello to 2019  we took some time out to reflect on the fantastic year 2018 has been and what we have learned along the way. We also thought we would share some highlights on things to come in 2019.

 

New Teachers and Classes. 

At Yoga Kula often look at our timetable and class offering throughout the year and 2019 is no different! We are very excited to welcome three new teachers in January including Amanda Winburn, Binny Saandal and Miz DeShannon. Amanda will be teaching our new Restorative and Meditation class on Sundays at 5:45pm, while Binny joins us for Vinyasa Flow on Mondays at 5:15pm, Slow Flow and Yin on Thursdays at 8pm, and Hatha on Sundays at 4:30pm.

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Amanda Winburn

Binny Saandal

Miz DeShannon

Goodbye.

As well as new welcomings we are very sad to say goodbye to two wonderful and incredibly talented teachers Anthony Middleton and Isabel Slingerland. Anthony and Isabel are preparing to start a new adventure in Holland and we wish them the very best of luck.  Isabel will continue with her Hot Vinyasa Flow class every Wednesday at 8pm until the end of January.

2018 at Yoga Kula.

2018 saw the launch of our first Teacher Training Course, and our current trainees are now well on their way to being fully fledged teachers. We can’t wait to work with our 2019 intake and be part of their teaching journey. 

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// We’ve worked with some incredible brands, including Sweaty Betty, Neom, Victoria Leeds, Harewood House and Harvey Nichols throughout the year, delivering events such as Yoga Nidra, pop-up sessions,  and wild yoga. Throughout the coming months we already have events planned with Issho in Victoria Gate. To view all of our upcoming events, click here.

Wild Yoga

 

We were lucky enough to not just feature in 3 issues of Yoga Magazine, but for Angela Sykes, founder and director of Yoga Kula to be featured on the cover of the July issue.

 

We finished the year with a big thank you to all of our students, with a Nourish class with Angela followed by non-alcoholic mulled wine and mince pies! Kula means community, and our community of loyal Kulis are so important to us.

Nourish Class

We already have a lot of exciting news to share with you over the coming months of 2019, with new classes, new teachers, new workshops to look forward to. Keep an eye out on our Workshops page and on MindBody!

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