Yoga Workshop: Anatomy & how it applies to yoga
Yoga Teachers: Catherine Annis & Andrew McGonigle
Date: 21st July, Friday, 2017
Venue: triyoga – 57 Jamestown Road, Camden, London, NW1
Booking: Call Triyoga 020 7483 3344 or book online now by clicking here
Join Catherine Annis and Andrew McGonigle at triyoga, Camden for a Friday evening yoga workshop to learn how to apply your unique anatomy to your yoga practice.
Through a combination of discussion, theory, group and individual exploration, we’ll be examining these, and other questions:
We will also explore:
This workshop is suitable for anyone with an established yoga practice who has an interest in how their anatomy affects their yoga practice. It will be particularly valuable for those training to become teachers, or considering joining a yoga teacher training course.
After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew McGonigle moved away from Western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Based in London, Andrew has been practicing yoga and meditation for 10 years and teaching strong, grounding, alignment based classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London and internationally. He contributes monthly to Om Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine with his 360° Yoga anatomy feature.
Catherine Annis is well known for her imaginative and practical approach to yoga. Originally a professional dancer, she discovered yoga as a teenager, and has been practicing for more than 35 years. Having explored Sivananda, Iyengar, Astanga and various forms of Hatha yoga, she eventually gravitated to the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli.
Catherine’s practice and teaching focuses on deepening physical awareness and alignment to reveal the natural freedom of the body, particularly the spine. She is an attentive and thoughtful teacher, and highly skilled at adapting poses to accommodate all levels and types of students, so that everyone leaves class feeling that they have made a fresh discovery about their yoga practice. A member of the Triyoga teacher training faculty, she teaches regular weekly classes in London. She created the first Scaravelli inspired immersion course, which is held annually in Sussex, leads retreats at various locations in India and Europe and is regularly invited to teach workshops throughout the UK, and internationally.
This new yoga centre has four stunning yoga studios. It’s an ideal opportunity for the local community to experience yoga at its finest. Whether you are a complete novice or would simply like to take your yoga practice to the next level, why not come to triyoga on Jamestown Road to sample what’s on offer.
57 Jamestown Road,
Use the map below to see the location of the triyoga venue at Camden. To help plan your route, follow this link tfl.gov.uk
Nearest tube stations
Camden Town tube station ….. (5 minutes walk)
Chalk Farm tube station….. (10 minutes walk)
Camden Town tube station is the nearest. Walk out onto Camden High Street and turn right. After approx 200 meters turn left onto Jamestown Road. You will find triyoga on the left hand side approx 200 meters down this road.
You can also come from Chalk Farm tube station. Walk out onto Chalk Farm Road and turn right. Follow this road for approx 850m and having crossed over the canal, turn right onto Jamestown Road. You will find triyoga on the left hand side approx 200 meters down this road.
Nearest overground station:
Camden Road railway station….. (10 minutes walk)
Out of the railway station turn right along Bonny Street. After 150 meters turn right along Camden Street and after 21 meters take a left Camden Gardens. Keep on this road until the end and turn left down Kentish Town Road. After 100 meters and having crossed over the canal, make a right onto Hawley Crescent. After 150 meters cross over Camden High Street and straight down onto Jamestown Road. You will find triyoga on the left hand side approx 200 meters down this road.
Many buses run to and from Chalk Farm Road including 24, 27, 31, 46, 168 and 393. Buses to and from Camden include 24, 27, 29, 31, 134, 135, 168, 214, 253, 274, C2.
Nearest cycle hire station:
Arlington Road which spurs off Jamestown Road half way along.
There are parking restrictions in operation during the hours of 8.30am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday, however there are roads nearby with metered parking between 2-4 hours. On weekends non-residents could park in Primrose Hill (no weekend restrictions) and walk across the canal bridge.