Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Yoga Timetable

Our Yoga TeachersOur Yoga Teachers

Yoga is a discipline of both body and mind that benefits our physical health and mental poise.

We have classes in Hatha and 'Iyengar' yoga. We also have yoga belts, mats, blocks and books for sale, although all equipment is provided.

CLASS TIMETABLE

Mondays
6pm - 7.30pm Yoga level 2 with Shuddhasara
7.45pm - 9.15pm Yoga level 1 with Shuddhasara

Tuesdays
10am - 11.30am Yoga level 1 with Dhiyampati
6pm - 7.30pm Yoga level 2 with Dhiyampati
7.45pm - 9.15pm Yoga level 1 with Kathy Howard

Wednesdays
11.45am - 1.45pm Yoga level 3 with Shuddhasara
6pm - 7.30pm Yoga level 3 with Kathy
7.45pm - 9.15pm Yoga level 1 with Dhiyampati

Thursdays
10am - 11.30am Yoga drop-in with Kathy
6pm - 7.30pm Yoga level 2 with Kathy
7.30pm - 9.30pm Yoga level 3 with Shuddhasara

Saturdays
10.30am - 12pm Yoga drop-in with Dhiyampati

OUR YOGA TEACHERS

Dhiyampati started practising yoga in 1990. In 2004 he qualified as an introductory level 2 teacher in the Iyengar system, having completed his teacher training at the Iyengar Institute in Maida Vale, London. He also has a keen interest in meditation and is an ordained Buddhist.

Shuddhasara has been practising yoga for thirty years and teaching at the Cambridge Buddhist Centre and elsewhere for 20 years. Originally from the United States, she received a BA with a major in psychology and worked professionally and extensively as a dancer and dance therapist before becoming a yoga teacher.

She qualified as an Iyengar yoga teacher from Introductory through to Intermediate Junior 3 in the course of eleven years. As part of this qualification she attended regularly, classes, intensives and conventions with Senior Iyengar teachers, including a month of study under Geeta Iyengar at the Iyengar Institute in Pune, including the medical class. Over four years she completed all six levels of remedial yoga tuition with Stephanie Quirke, who is Geeta Iyengar's assistant.
This renewed in her a desire to more fully explore ways of modifying the traditional asanas (postures), using restoration and alignment for prevention and recovery from stresses on the body due to imbalances, and unhealthy or destabilising patterns of movement or action.

In exploring other methodologies/ approaches to yoga practice she has begun study with various international teachers including Judith Lasater, Julie Gudmestad, Tias Little, Doug Keller and the late Michael Stone, with whom she also qualified in Teaching Mindfullness to Others.

Her teaching encompasses what these methodologies offer in creating a safe and beneficial Yoga practice, which fits the body as opposed to a style of yoga, however venerable the style.

She is entirely grateful and respectfully indebted to all her teachers.

Shuddhasara teaches four yoga courses plus one remedial class per week for some medical problems and regular workshops. She also offers monthly workshops, practice days, private and corporate classes as well as weekend retreats and yoga holidays in the U.K. and overseas.

Students should contact Shuddhasara directly at shuddhasara@gmail.com to enquire about the remedial class, as well as the holidays and private classes.

Shuddhasara received her name at ordination into the Triratna Buddhist Order in 2001, by her preceptor: it means she whose essential nature is pure, unstained, full strength.

Contact our yoga teachers by email by clicking below:

Shuddhasara
Dhiyampati
Kathy Howard

Shuddhasara is also on Facebook.

If you are having problems with making a booking, please contact info@cambridgebuddhistcentre.com

If you are new to yoga, you can join one of our Introductory yoga courses or come to a drop-in - just click HERE

If you already have at least six months experience of Iyengar yoga or a minimum of two years of hatha yoga, then click HERE to take your practice further.

Need to know more? Try Yoga FAQs.