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1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays 6 to 7pm, 5.15pm to 6.15pm on the last Wednesday of the month

This is part of our holistic #WellbeingWednesday cliniQ CIC.

Yoga (with Josetta Malcolm) is free for people on low/no income, and £5-10 (or as much as you can afford) for those in work – We operate on a drop-in basis & space is limited, please ensure you arrive early to avoid disappointment, as once we’re full, we’re full!

Trans* & queer inclusive yoga – Whatever your body type, size or shape; cliniQ Yoga is a safe, non-judgemental space for trans* people, partners, friends and family to explore ways to feel more relaxed, be stronger and get fitter.

cliniQ Yoga takes place in the Victoria Boardroom, on the Lower Ground Floor of 56 Dean Street, Soho. There are non-gendered bathrooms available for changing, and we have free tea & coffee available at our drop-in space on the 2nd floor (5pm until 7:30pm every Wednesday evening). Please don’t drink just before class though, and leave a couple of hours after eating a light meal/four hours after eating a heavy meal.

Please wear clothes that are loose/comfy to move in – No experience necessary, and postures will be modified to suit your needs. Be sure to bring your own mat and arrive early.

If possible please complete the following form if you would like to attend (it will save time before class!): Yoga Health questionnaire   – Completed copies to be returned to josettayoga@hotmail.co.uk

About Josetta – Josetta has been practising yoga for 13 years and is a qualified teacher, accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga and on the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS). She has been lucky enough to study under some of the top international teachers; Manju Jois (son of Pattabhis Jois, who founded and developed Ashtanga), Nancy Gilgoff and John Scott. She teaches Ashtanga yoga as well as therapeutic yoga and will be teaching gentle yoga, breathing and relaxation techniques for cliniQ.

Josetta has worked in the Mental Health and homeless sectors as an advice worker, advocate and case worker for the last 12 years. She started out volunteering for the mental health charity Mind in Brighton and Hove. She has since worked for other organisations supporting positive mental health for LGBT people, including MindOut, the Albert Kennedy Trust and now PACE (the LGBT mental health charity), where she is a Senior Manager. This makes Josetta a unique yoga teacher; she focuses on developing positive mental well-being along with strengthening your body.

For info on her other queer and community yoga classes, please see Josetta’s web site: www.yogaeastlondon.com

For all of the South East Londoner’s out there, our friends at TAGS also offer swimming sessions, and yoga classes for trans* and gender-nonconforming people – CLICK HERE FOR INFO

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