Yoga classes

Yoga classes

Yoga for Children

Our Yoga for Children classes are for for ages 6-12. The  course runs during term time and can be booked in advance. Korinna Pilafidis-Williams has extensive experience of teaching yoga to children and, as young JJ Fisher describes it, her classes are ‘fun‘. They also help him to concentrate on work and stay in shape for playing sports. ‘I like the fact that we learn about bones and the body as well as yoga.

 

Yoga for Children with Korinna Pilafidis-Williams
Mondays 5.00pm – 5.55pm

£72 for the term

 



Timetables for courses starting January & April 2017

Winter/Spring TermJanuary to March 2017
JanuaryFebruaryMarch
Monday 16Monday 6Monday 6
Monday 23Monday 13 (No class: half-term)Monday 13
Monday 30Monday 20Monday 20
Monday 27 Monday 27
Spring/Summer TermApril to July 2017
AprilMayJuneJuly
Monday 24Monday 1 (BH no class)Monday 5Monday 3
Monday 8Monday 12Monday 10
Monday 15Monday 19
Monday 22Monday 26
Monday 29 (BH no class)

Children’s yoga classes are scheduled during term time with a break for half term. We are unable to accept bookings for individual classes.

To reserve a place, call 020 7624 3080 or send us an email.

If your child has any health problems or you have any queries about your child joining our children’s yoga class later in the term, please contact the office. To help us protect the safety of children attending our classes, please tell the receptionist on duty the name of the person who will be collecting the child. Please notify us of any change in these arrangements as soon as possible.

 


 

About Korinna Pilafidis-Williams

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Korinna has been practising Iyengar yoga since 1983 and started teaching at the Institute in 1995. She is a Junior Intermediate teacher and is especially interested in remedial yoga as well as teaching children and teenagers. She visits the Institute in Pune regularly. After having held the teaching portfolio as one of the Institute’s trustees for many years, she is currently the editor of Dipika, the Institute’s magazine.