Welcome to Ahimsa Yoga, the website of yoga teacher Rachel Williamson.
Based in Letchworth, Rachel usually runs classes, workshops and other events in Letchworth, Hitchin and Baldock.
Since the Covid 19 pandemic started, things have changed, and continue to change often, depending on Government Guidelines.
Teaching has in the main transferred to online Zoom classes. Regular monthly updates are posted here as to the current situation.
IMPORTANT - CORONAVIRUS SITUATION - JANUARY 2021
All “live” classes, workshops and courses are suspended due to the Corona Virus.
However I am currently running classes and courses via Zoom.
Recorded videos are available to my regular students.
New to Yoga or to my teaching? If you are interested in joining a Seasonal Yoga class using Zoom, please contact me.
Interested in a 100 hour Seasonal Yoga Foundation Course? We have just started teaching one, but another may be starting next year.
For more information about the course go here…
Want to find to deepen your knowledge and practice, or train to become a Seasonal Yoga Teacher...incorporating ancient wisdom from the Chinese 5 Element system with traditional Yoga?
Contact me for details of Teacher Training coming soon, and find more details here…
Yoga Foundation Course
The Foundation Course teaches you exactly what you need to build a solid knowledgeable home practice and integrate yoga into your life.
The word "Yoga" comes from the Sanskrit word
"to unite or integrate".
The goal of all yoga is to integrate the mind, body and spirit.
should be a gentle
Yoga can be safely done
The Sanskrit word
means non-violence, non-harming, non-injuring.
It is an important concept in yoga.
WEEKLY CLASS TIMETABLE (January 2021)
Wednesdays 10 - 11 am Gentle Yoga on Zoom
Thursdays 6 - 7.30 pm Seasonal Yang on Zoom
Saturdays 10 - 11.30 am Seasonal Yang on Zoom
Last Friday of the month 6.30 - 7.45 pm Yin Yoga on Zoom - Monthly
Contact Rachel for details
“I went to two of Rachel's classes at the IYN festival in 2017. Amongst many impressive teachers, her classes stood out. I found my mind calmed and my body opened by one yin and one hatha session, both of which were taught with compassionate and generous spirit.
T. L., Norwich
Rachel is a member of the Independent Yoga Network. The IYN is an organisation for Yoga Teachers and Teacher Training Schools. As well as offering support to its members, it represents them in any forum that is likely to impact on the future of Yoga, and always with a view to keeping Yoga free and independent... Read More