Amanda 'Anjali' Powell Yoga - Cardiff Bay
The perfect after-work class! Unravel tensions, aches and pains, while building mobility and strength at this regular class in Cardiff Bay, Wednesdays 5.30-6.30pm.
It's taught by experienced, knowledgable and patient teacher Amanda (Yoga name - Anjali - meaning 'divine blessing').
Open to everyone, including complete beginners and people of all ages, Anjali helps her students boost strength, energy and wellbeing through a range of traditional and authentic Yoga techniques and practices.
It's the perfect antidote to the stresses and strains of lifestyles which may be out-of-balance.
As Amanda Powell, Anjali had been a Yoga practitioner for more than 17 years before becoming a teacher, finding it helped her physical and emotional balance, health and wellness during a very busy personal and professional life.
Anjali's practice and teaching of classical hatha Yoga is founded in the ancient Indian Rishikesh tradition, primarily from the Gitananda Yoga lineage.
There's parking outside, free for the first hour (make sure you put a ticket on your car, though), and completely free after 6pm.
Cycle parking is also outside and it's walking distance from Cardiff Bay train station.
You'll need to bring a yoga mat (they're usually under £10 in shops like Tesco, TK Maxx or Sports Direct, and maybe a blanket for relaxation at the end, as well as a water bottle.
Please book in, as spaces are limited.
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