Monday Class: Meditation Clinic.

Upcoming Session:

  • 6 January 2020: INSTANT CALM

Good for: people suffering from stress, anxiety and depression.

What to expect: you will be guided through a deep meditation using a variety of techniques including visualisation, sound and breath to strengthen your heart-brain connection, gain clarity on what your soul truly desires and acknowledge and overcome the mental blocks.

Practice include: Pranayama breathing techniques for stress, depression and anxiety.

You’ll feel: aligned with your inner(self) compass.

  • 13 January 2020: SLEEP THERAPY

Good for: people who are experience sleep issues such as poor quality sleep, restlessness and insomnia.

What to expect:  a calming evening practice to draw your attention inward and bring you into a deep state of relaxation.

Practice include: Gentle yoga flow specifically adapted yoga poses, guided relaxation. Review of sleep function and the yogic perspective on sleep.

You’ll feel: fully relaxed and prepared you for better night sleep.

  • 20 January 2020: HOT STONE BLISS

Good for: Muscular-skeletal issues. Exploring the stiller aspect of yoga, allowing access to deeper layers.

What to expect:  combination of hot stone placement and restorative yoga poses. Think SPA meets your yoga mat!

All yoga poses are done on the ground with multiple props so that the body is completely supported at all times. This accessible practice allows the nervous system to calm, and the mind to rest. For an added layer of relaxation each student will receive hot stones placed strategically on their body during every pose.

You’ll feel:  Indulged! With nervous system calm, and the mind at restful you’re ready to concur the world

  • 27 January 2020: HEART HEALTH

Good for: energise the body and lift your spirits. Releasing tension in the shoulders and openness across the chest.

What to expect: Heart opening: supine yoga and gentle flow to open your heart and your spine followed by Mediation on kindness and compassion.

You’ll feel:  acceptance, kindness and compassion for yourself and others. Trusting in your heart as an inner compass.

  • 17 February 2020: SOUND BATH

Good for: anyone suffering from overstimulation to experience total relaxation and bliss. A sound bath is a relaxation technique to resonate deeper with our true being and healing from within.

What to expect: Meditation on sound waves produced by the human voice as well as instruments such as chimes, Tibetan singing bowls. Find you vibration sound to feel grounded and nourished.

You’ll feel: aware and fuzzy, like a large weight has been lifted from your shoulders. It’s normal to feel a bit spaced out afterwards too.

Good for: anyone suffering from overstimulation to experience total relaxation and bliss.

  • 24 February: CHARKA HEALING

Good for:  If you feel disconnected to yourself or the world, unhappy, or feel like things are “all over the place,” chances are your energy and chakras are misaligned.

What to expect:  We have 7 main chakras located along the spine which are connected to our whole system, our physical, mental and emotional body. Sequence of yoga poses to gently stimulate the 7 centres, so the energy starts to flow and the chakra can balance itself if needed. Each pose will be held for about 3 minutes whilst observe the breathing pattern (pranayama techniques).

Practice include: blocks, a bolster and something to sit on and belt to assist in certain poses.

You’ll feel:  like you found a sense of balance and harmony in your life. Experience deep connection with higher self.

  • 2 March 2020: LET GO

Good for:  those who need to release yourself from expectations, judgments, and the physical tension. Re-set Positive Mental Attitude.

What to expectcombination of restorative yoga poses, pranayama (breathing techniques), and meditation to get to a place of liberating ” vairagya” or “non-attachment.” Meditate on gratitude.

Practices include: use of essential oils

You’ll feel: inner peace. Empowered. Equipped with the knowledge how to let go of toxic things, people, and situations.

  • 9 March 2020: RESTORE 

Restorative Yoga – comfort is key in a restorative practice, as it is a completely passive style of Yoga where you allow your body to simply sink down and receive.

Good for: switching off at the end of a long day, easing muscle aches and tension

What to expect: A deeply relaxing experience where participants will be guided through breathing exercises, gentle restorative, supine poses and a meditation

Practice include: use of props such as bolsters, blankets, belts are used to support and ground you and poses are held for 3-10 minutes to offer a sense of deep, passive stretching.

You’ll feel: totally relaxed, as though you are floating on a cloud.

  • 7pm – 8pm
  • £9.00 per session


Suitable for all levels.

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Tatiana Newton

Tatiana is Iyengar Yoga Teacher and founder of iYogaBody. She moved to England in 2003 where she got qualified. Gymnastic and dance background and anatomy knowledge was an added bonus when she started teaching yoga. Classes are based in the studio in North Shields, just a few minutes walk from Tynemouth village and in Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne. In the summer Tatiana runs beach yoga on Tynemouth Longsands beach.

There are 2 comments on this post

  1. Amy
    7 hours ago

    Are there any spaces on Monday’s yoga classes?

  2. Sally Robinson
    6 hours ago


    Are there any places on Monday Evening course?



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