My name is Naz and I am the main yoga teacher at Yoganow. I offer classes for every student of yoga, from beginners to those with more experience who want to develop their practice or challenge themselves.
I have a holistic approach which is based on a fusion of traditions with my roots centred on Sivananda Yoga. I follow a flow style while incorporating some longer holds, balances and pranayama breath techniques for focus and relaxation. My classes are gentle and powerful to strengthen, stretch and tone the whole body. I find that combined with breathing techniques and meditation yoga benefits the whole of you. It is dynamic, exciting and, often, life-changing.
When I teach I put my heart and sole into every class; my aim being for everyone to leave feeling great and wanting more. I am passionate about yoga and the wonderful age old health benefits that this ancient practice brings to a modern world. I endeavour to impart my knowledge and instruct with kindness, understanding and compassion and to support my students to deepen and improve their own personal practice.
Yoga is so much more than physical practice and can benefit all ages, genders, shapes, sizes and abilities. Practicing yoga with a small group or individual session will not only improve your body health, it will help you smile, relate to the 'here and now' and give you the strength, power and energy to live life to the full.
Thurs 9.30am to 11am - Harambee
Thurs 6pm to 7.30pm - Harambee
Fri 9.30am to 11am - Harambee
Fri 11.30am to 12.30pm - Meditation - Harambee
Sat 10.30am to 12pm - Harambee
Sat 1pm to 2.30pm - Harambee
Whichever end you come onto Gentles Lane, you need to stay on the road for about half a mile as we’re very close to the middle of Gentles Lane. Coming on from the Beech Hill End, taking the left fork where the road forks, we’re on the right near the top of the hill (4th entrance on the right). From the Tunbridge Rd end, we’re a few entrances past High Hurlands on the left.
You’re looking for a bridle track, with the 'Harambee' sign on a tree at the top of the track. There’s two signs, so whichever way you come in, you’ll see one.
At the bottom of the 100 yard bridle track, Harambee is on the right (press grey button on the wall to open gates, they close automatically).