Young

Ruislip, HA4

About us

Young has been practicing Yoga and Meditation for over ten years and teaching Yoga and Meditation since 2007. Yoga and Meditation have helped him with achieving health and peace in his life, and this is why he likes to share his experience with people. His Vinyasa Yoga class, which is from Krishnamacharya's Yoga teaching, consists of gentle Asana, comfortable Pranayama and Meditation practice. Respecting the differences of each individual, his teaching is to help you develop your personal practice.

Training, qualifications & experience

2007, AYA Teacher Training, study Ashtanga Yoga with Michel Besnard

2008, Study Power Yoga and Adjustment workshop with Peak Duncan

2009, Anusara Yoga Teacher Training 80 hours with Anna Marie Kolacny

2009, Study Hatha Yoga Anatomy from Ray Long

2009, Reiki healing Level 1 training with Vinod Maheshwari

2010, Vinyasa Yoga teacher training with Les Leventhal

2010, Jivamukti Yoga Workshop with Alanna Kaivalya

2010, Anusara Yoga teacher training with Lois Nesbitt

2011, Study Ashtanga Yoga Level I&II with Paul Dallaghan

2011, Study Yoga Sutra Course with Jini Malika Chen

2011, Study Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training With John Leebold

2012, Finish YA 200 hours Teacher Training in Yogalife Yoga School

2013, Study Vinyasa Yoga 200 hours Teacher Training with Dominique

2013, Study Traditional Chinese Medicine 200 hours course

2014, Svastha Yoga Teacher Training with A.G. Mohan

2014, Krishnamacharya Yoga tradition workshop with A.G. Mohan

2015, Finish Svastha Yoga Teacher Training with Ganesh Mohan

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Therapies offered

Fees

£40 per session (60 mins)
Free trial session

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Type of session

Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

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Availability

Monday to Saturday, before 8:00PM

Young

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