Through this 60-minute class, we will learn how to adjust poses and observe how each of them feels in our own body. This gentle yoga session also teaches us to let go of any tight control that we have over our own life in order to accept change.
The intention of this gentle practice is both adjusting and accepting change, to shine light on everything that has been going on internally. The movements in this practice are designed to help us physically slow down and to give opportunity to feel what needs to be felt and to move what needs to be moved to create more space.
Scotland born and raised, and Oxford educated with a graduate degree, MPhil in Development Studies, Bex Tyrer has been Asia-based for the past thirteen years, where she has lived her passion for Yoga and yoga activism. Her study of women in yoga’s history, as well as her years of observations in the studio has also led her to raise important questions as to the ability of contemporary yoga to support women’s health and self-esteem. Bex uses her platform to explore some of the critical issues of contemporary yoga (including issues of inclusivity, gender and the dangers of commodification) whilst working to ensure that postural yoga is supportive of women’s health as well as social and environmental justice