Yoga

Our practice and teaching of yoga takes place within a context of Buddhism, which emphasises an integration of awareness and altruism leading to positive mental states

Yoga

At Norwich Buddhist Centre, our practise and teaching of yoga takes place within a context of Buddhism, which emphasises an integration of awareness and kindness leading to positive mental states. Regular practise of yoga has many benefits as it integrates body and mind, bringing vitality, flexibility and a sense of well-being. Our yoga teachers offer a variety of classes. Please click through below to see what they offer.

Equipment

You can wear anything comfortable and non-constricting to practise yoga.

If you have a mat you prefer to use, you are welcome to bring it, but we do provide all the equipment you will need.

Pregnancy

Pregnancy is not a good time to start yoga and we cannot accept newly pregnant women into our classes. If you need further information, please speak to your teacher.

Health

If you experience any other chronic or acute conditions, please ask your doctor’s advice and also speak to the yoga teacher before booking classes or workshops.

Our Yoga Teachers

For more information about our yoga teachers, see our Yoga Teachers Who’s Who page.

Upcoming Yoga Events

Jul 2022

Start Your Summer with Yoga
July 3, 2022, 10:00am - 11:30am

Ongoing Yoga Events

Thursday Morning Yoga with Anya
Thursdays, 10:00am - 11:30am