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Queer and Trans Yoga
March 30 @ 08:45 - 09:45 BST
An event every week that begins at 08:45 on Thursday, repeating indefinitely
An event every week that begins at 18:30 on Thursday, repeating indefinitely
Calling all of the LGBTQ+ community – this one is for you!
Join Tamsin for one of two weekly queer and trans yoga sessions.
General Admission £10
QTIPOC (LGBTQ people of colour) £8 use code QTIPOC8
Minimum wage or claiming UC £6 use code YOGA6
About the class:
This class is the energising morning vinyasa flow class. This is a dynamic flowy class with an emphasis on connecting body movement with the breath. Perfect way to wake up the mind and body in the morning ready for the day ahead. Tamsin’s teaching style aims to be inclusive to all people whilst adopting a trauma-informed, body acceptance approach. She believes in the healing power of connecting to nature through yoga and how this should be accessible to all of us! The class will include asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing practices) and meditation in order to adopt a true and full yoga experience. This class is suitable for all levels!
Why queer and trans specific yoga?
“I believe that yoga should be accessible to everybody and as a queer person of colour I understand the feeling of being othered in yoga/wellness/spiritual spaces. So, I decided to become a yoga teacher with the aim of making yoga more accessible to communities that would not normally enter a yoga studio due to the cis/hetronormative nature of the western wellness world. Yoga has provided me with a great amount of healing and I hope to share this with others that may also benefit from the practice. Our community deserves to have a safe, supportive and non-judgemental environment where we can allow ourselves to be vulnerable and explore this life changing practice! I would also love to see more sober queer events and spaces focused around improving our wellbeing!”