Satyananda Yoga School
“Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion.
It is the most valuable inheritance of the present.
It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow.”
- Swami Satyananda Saraswati.
Sheffield Yoga School was established in 2003.
In 2009 we were pleased and honoured to receive authorisation from Swami Niranjanananda to form Sheffield Satyananda Yoga School.
We now have a range of classes suitable for all ages and abilities.
We offer Beginner and Intermediate level classes,
as well as Yoga for Pregnancy.
We run Sheffield Yoga Days. These monthly workshops bring some of the best Yoga teachers in the UK to Sheffield to share their knowledge and inspiration.
Yoga & Meditation
- Thursday 7.30 – 8.30am
- Broomhill Methodist Church, S10 3BD
- £5.00 per class (drop in)
- Beginners welcome
Postures, breathing techniques and Meditation from the Satyananda Yoga tradition. Early morning is the best time to practice Yoga & Meditation. This is a great start to the day!
Hannah Penn (BWY Dip) and Chris Noon (BWY Dip) are fully qualified by the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY).
The British Wheel of Yoga is recognised by the Sports Council as the governing body for Yoga in the UK.
In 2007 Chris and Hannah completed an Integration Course with Swami Vedantananda Saraswati in Satyananda Yoga.
They are now qualified to teach a wide range of Yoga practices, including Yoga Nidra, in the Satyananda tradition.
Yoga is a complete system which improves and develops every aspect of our lives.
- Yoga postures make the body stronger, healthier and more supple.
- Breathing techniques improve vitality, as well calming the mind and balancing emotions.
- Dharana (meditation practice) brings clarity, stability and focus.
- Deep relaxation reduces the damaging effects of stress, giving time for rest and healing.
Yoga creates balance in life.
Regular practice will make you healthier, happier and better able to cope with the stress and strain of modern life.
Aims of the School
At Sheffield Satyananda Yoga School we aim to teach Yoga safely and systematically.
Students learn in a progressive manner, appropriate to each individual.
We encourage students to make Yoga a part of their daily lives, through regular class attendance and home practice. We provide home practice plans which enable you to learn techniques practised in class at your own pace.
What to do next?
Contact us by phone or by email to let us know which class you would like to attend.
Print out a health questionnaire (click to download and print), fill it in and bring it with you to the first class.
(If this is difficult you can get a form when you come to the class.)
What to bring & what to wear
We can provide a mat for the first few classes if necessary.
Wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Avoid anything that might restrict your movement.