Class Timetable

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Fri 28 February7:15pmRestorative Yoga
In a chronically stressed state, quality of life is compromised and at worst even lead to illness or injury. Restorative Yoga offers a chance for the body and mind to take some well needed time out to recover and repair by relaxing in a series of fully supported postures. Classes are very slow paced and can use multiple props such as blocks, straps, bolsters or blankets to help you find a place of comfort to allow to hold the poses for a longer period of time. Suitable for all levels.
Natalie France
Natalie’s Yoga journey began after moving on from 7 years of working within the world of data analysis. She was seeking a lifestyle of inner balance and needed an exercise discipline, which helped relieve stress from the body, while bringing a sense of relaxation back into her life and Yoga was the perfect answer. Natalie was hooked after her first Yoga class and would often take 3 to 4 classes a week in order to develop her ability and strength in Yoga, as well as enjoying the benefits it has on the mind and body as a whole.

Her approach to teaching Yoga is focused on encouraging students to pay attention to their own individual strengths, switching off from everyone else and taking your practice to where the body feels comfortable. The statement “I’m not flexible enough for Yoga” – something she hears too often – is an incorrect and limiting belief, and Natalie is all about overcoming the fears and obstacles that people create for themselves.

Mindset work is Natalie’s biggest passion as she is all about the mind/body connection. She spends her time exploring the deeper realms of this theme, alongside a love of travelling the world and taking time out in Meditation/Yoga retreats and workshops.

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Fri 06 March7:15pmRestorative Yoga
In a chronically stressed state, quality of life is compromised and at worst even lead to illness or injury. Restorative Yoga offers a chance for the body and mind to take some well needed time out to recover and repair by relaxing in a series of fully supported postures. Classes are very slow paced and can use multiple props such as blocks, straps, bolsters or blankets to help you find a place of comfort to allow to hold the poses for a longer period of time. Suitable for all levels.
Matthew Harding
Born in Nassau, Bahamas and raised there, Dar-es-salam, Hamburg, and Vienna, Matthew then relocated to the slightly less exotic Sheffield University to study History.

Following a year traveling the world Matthew moved to London where he first found his way onto a yoga mat over ten years ago. He has recently returned from a yoga-focused sabbatical in Sri Lanka.

Originally instructed to practice yoga by his GP following a series of lower back and hip ailments stemming from spending all day at desk job in the city, Matthew found that he kept coming back to mat not just for the physical benefits but also because he found it “reduced the white noise in my head”.

Driven to become a teacher to share how yoga has benefited him and hold space for people to explore and express themselves, Matthew welcomes all levels to his classes.

For Matthew yoga is a conduit for finding your own truth and this is reflected in the grounded nature of his classes. Expect a practice that will leave you feeling strong, centred and calm.

When he’s not on the mat or looking after the Chiswick Studio as CSM, Matthew can be found offline and outside finding a connection to people and the world that doesn’t require wifi.

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Fri 13 March7:15pmRestorative Yoga
In a chronically stressed state, quality of life is compromised and at worst even lead to illness or injury. Restorative Yoga offers a chance for the body and mind to take some well needed time out to recover and repair by relaxing in a series of fully supported postures. Classes are very slow paced and can use multiple props such as blocks, straps, bolsters or blankets to help you find a place of comfort to allow to hold the poses for a longer period of time. Suitable for all levels.
Matthew Harding
Born in Nassau, Bahamas and raised there, Dar-es-salam, Hamburg, and Vienna, Matthew then relocated to the slightly less exotic Sheffield University to study History.

Following a year traveling the world Matthew moved to London where he first found his way onto a yoga mat over ten years ago. He has recently returned from a yoga-focused sabbatical in Sri Lanka.

Originally instructed to practice yoga by his GP following a series of lower back and hip ailments stemming from spending all day at desk job in the city, Matthew found that he kept coming back to mat not just for the physical benefits but also because he found it “reduced the white noise in my head”.

Driven to become a teacher to share how yoga has benefited him and hold space for people to explore and express themselves, Matthew welcomes all levels to his classes.

For Matthew yoga is a conduit for finding your own truth and this is reflected in the grounded nature of his classes. Expect a practice that will leave you feeling strong, centred and calm.

When he’s not on the mat or looking after the Chiswick Studio as CSM, Matthew can be found offline and outside finding a connection to people and the world that doesn’t require wifi.

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Fri 20 March7:15pmRestorative Yoga
In a chronically stressed state, quality of life is compromised and at worst even lead to illness or injury. Restorative Yoga offers a chance for the body and mind to take some well needed time out to recover and repair by relaxing in a series of fully supported postures. Classes are very slow paced and can use multiple props such as blocks, straps, bolsters or blankets to help you find a place of comfort to allow to hold the poses for a longer period of time. Suitable for all levels.
Matthew Harding
Born in Nassau, Bahamas and raised there, Dar-es-salam, Hamburg, and Vienna, Matthew then relocated to the slightly less exotic Sheffield University to study History.

Following a year traveling the world Matthew moved to London where he first found his way onto a yoga mat over ten years ago. He has recently returned from a yoga-focused sabbatical in Sri Lanka.

Originally instructed to practice yoga by his GP following a series of lower back and hip ailments stemming from spending all day at desk job in the city, Matthew found that he kept coming back to mat not just for the physical benefits but also because he found it “reduced the white noise in my head”.

Driven to become a teacher to share how yoga has benefited him and hold space for people to explore and express themselves, Matthew welcomes all levels to his classes.

For Matthew yoga is a conduit for finding your own truth and this is reflected in the grounded nature of his classes. Expect a practice that will leave you feeling strong, centred and calm.

When he’s not on the mat or looking after the Chiswick Studio as CSM, Matthew can be found offline and outside finding a connection to people and the world that doesn’t require wifi.

Ten - ChiswickBook Now1584731700
Fri 27 March7:15pmRestorative Yoga
In a chronically stressed state, quality of life is compromised and at worst even lead to illness or injury. Restorative Yoga offers a chance for the body and mind to take some well needed time out to recover and repair by relaxing in a series of fully supported postures. Classes are very slow paced and can use multiple props such as blocks, straps, bolsters or blankets to help you find a place of comfort to allow to hold the poses for a longer period of time. Suitable for all levels.
Matthew Harding
Born in Nassau, Bahamas and raised there, Dar-es-salam, Hamburg, and Vienna, Matthew then relocated to the slightly less exotic Sheffield University to study History.

Following a year traveling the world Matthew moved to London where he first found his way onto a yoga mat over ten years ago. He has recently returned from a yoga-focused sabbatical in Sri Lanka.

Originally instructed to practice yoga by his GP following a series of lower back and hip ailments stemming from spending all day at desk job in the city, Matthew found that he kept coming back to mat not just for the physical benefits but also because he found it “reduced the white noise in my head”.

Driven to become a teacher to share how yoga has benefited him and hold space for people to explore and express themselves, Matthew welcomes all levels to his classes.

For Matthew yoga is a conduit for finding your own truth and this is reflected in the grounded nature of his classes. Expect a practice that will leave you feeling strong, centred and calm.

When he’s not on the mat or looking after the Chiswick Studio as CSM, Matthew can be found offline and outside finding a connection to people and the world that doesn’t require wifi.

Ten - ChiswickBook Now1585336500