Transformation Hatha Yoga

Current Classes:

St James’ Trust, Seaford
Tuesday 10:00 – 11:30am

Bishopstone Village Hall
Tuesday 6:30 – 8:00pm

Subud Centre, Lewes
(Ante natal yoga)

Monday 11:00 – 12:15pm

See below for more details.

Next term beginning:
5th November 2019

Find us on Yoga Hub | Transformation Hatha Yoga & Relaxation Class

Transformation Hatha Yoga & Relaxation is a gentle form of yoga and is suitable for beginners as well as experienced practitioners. The class is healing for the body and mind, but also helps you to increase your stamina and  flexibility, tone your body, improve posture, release stress and tension and find greater peace and harmony through the use of the breath, yoga Asanas and postural awareness. This form of yoga aims to help you love and accept yourself and achieve your full potential. Each class ends with a deep relaxation to allow you to assimilate the benefits of the Asanas and allow you to completely ‘let go’. Students say that they feel refreshed and rejuvenated by the end of the class. I currently run two classes in Seaford, East Sussex on Tuesdays – morning and evening. I also run a pregnancy yoga class in Lewes on Monday mornings.

Stage 1: Suitable for everyone, including beginners.
Stage 2: For those who have practised Stage 1 and would like to deepen their practice.
Ante Natal: Pregnancy yoga (from 17 weeks of pregnancy)

One-to-one classes also available by arrangement.

A regular yoga practice can:

  • Improve flexibility
  • Help improve your posture
  • Relieve stress and tension
  • Create a sense of peace and well-being
  • Help you connect with your inner self
  • Allow you to attain a deeper understanding of your body’s needs
  • Improve certain conditions such as back pain, high blood pressure, anxiety, ME, Arthritis among others. (Please speak to me if you have any queries or concerns.)

Please call Susannah as soon as possible to book your place as class sizes are small to ensure individual attention and places are limited.

St James’ Trust, Seaford – Stage 1/2
Tuesday 10:00pm to 11:30am

Autumn Term 2:
Tuesday 5th November to 17th December 2019
(7 weeks)

£49 for 7 week term

St James’ Trust,
11 Blatchington Road
Seaford
BN25 2AB

Bishopstone Village Hall  – Stage 1/2
Tuesday 6:30 to 8:00pm

Autumn Term 2:
Tuesday 5th November to 17th December 2019
(7 weeks)

£49 for 7 week term

Bishopstone Village Hall
Bishopstone Village
Seaford
BN25 2UD

(The Village Hall is  behind St Andrews Church)

Ante Natal Yoga

Weekly ongoing class for women from 17 weeks pregnant.

Mondays 11.00am to 12:15pm

£50 for a block of 5 lessons plus 1 free class.

Subud Centre
Upper Hall
26 Station Street
Lewes
BN7 2DB

 

One-to-one yoga classes

I currently offer one-to-one Transformation Hatha Yoga sessions in Seaford, East Sussex. I am able to travel around East Sussex as well as Brighton and Eastbourne. These sessions are suitable for you if you are unable to attend a class, or who would like the opportunity to have the session tailored to suit your individual needs.  A session usually lasts one hour and can take place in Seaford or in your own home. The cost of a private class is £40. Please call to arrange.

Testimonials

“I have practised Hatha yoga for 10 years with several different teachers and can say, without hesitation, that Susannah’s class is by far the best that I have attended. The sessions offer a full range of postures (asanas) that stretch a different muscle group each week, but nothing ever feels rushed or forced – Transformation Hatha yoga is about reaching our full potential and a sense of balance through loving acceptance of ourselves, and our limits.

Crucially, Susannah’s classes allow time for relaxation before they begin so that participants can fully ‘arrive’, let go of their busy days and get into the right frame of mind. Practising yoga in this meditative, restorative way – that connects mind and body – was something that I had been looking for.

Susannah’s classes have a gentle sense of flow to them and she exudes a lovely, calming energy that feels both dynamic and grounding. Before limbering up and beginning the asanas, Susannah always enquires as to how each participant is feeling and whether there are any injuries or niggles she needs to know about. She is brilliant at adapting the postures to suit individual abilities and levels of experience, and keeps her classes small enough to allow for truly individual attention. This means they are great for beginners and more advanced participants as you get exactly the advice and input you need to gently progress your practice – and, importantly, to avoid doing postures incorrectly.

At the end of each session we take 15 minutes to lie down and relax while Susannah leads a meditation, to help us assimilate the postures we’ve learned. And we always finish with a simple grounding technique that prepares us for the hustle and bustle of the outside world again, which is really useful as I feel so chilled out by the end of the session I need to re-focus before I get in the car!

I look forward to Susannah’s class every week – it’s the antidote to a stressful working day and I continue to feel the benefits throughout the week, especially if I find time to do some of her asanas at home. I’m so pleased to have found a yoga class of this quality so nearby!” (Sally, Seafod)

– Sally, Breathing Spaces yoga client

Autumn 1: 10th September to 22nd October 2019 (7 weeks)

Autumn 2: 5th November to 17th December 2019 (7 weeks)

Spring 1:  7th January to 11th February 2020 (6 weeks)

Spring 2:  25th February to 31st March 2020 (6 weeks)

Summer 1:  21st April to 19th May 2020 (5 weeks)

Summer 2: 2nd June to 14th July 2020 (7 weeks)

“I have practised Hatha yoga for 10 years with several different teachers and can say, without hesitation, that Susannah’s class is by far the best that I have attended. The sessions offer a full range of postures (asanas) that stretch a different muscle group each week, but nothing ever feels rushed or forced – Transformation Hatha yoga is about reaching our full potential and a sense of balance through loving acceptance of ourselves, and our limits.

Crucially, Susannah’s classes allow time for relaxation before they begin so that participants can fully ‘arrive’, let go of their busy days and get into the right frame of mind. Practising yoga in this meditative, restorative way – that connects mind and body – was something that I had been looking for.

Susannah’s classes have a gentle sense of flow to them and she exudes a lovely, calming energy that feels both dynamic and grounding. Before limbering up and beginning the asanas, Susannah always enquires as to how each participant is feeling and whether there are any injuries or niggles she needs to know about. She is brilliant at adapting the postures to suit individual abilities and levels of experience, and keeps her classes small enough to allow for truly individual attention. This means they are great for beginners and more advanced participants as you get exactly the advice and input you need to gently progress your practice – and, importantly, to avoid doing postures incorrectly.

At the end of each session we take 15 minutes to lie down and relax while Susannah leads a meditation, to help us assimilate the postures we’ve learned. And we always finish with a simple grounding technique that prepares us for the hustle and bustle of the outside world again, which is really useful as I feel so chilled out by the end of the session I need to re-focus before I get in the car!

I look forward to Susannah’s class every week – it’s the antidote to a stressful working day and I continue to feel the benefits throughout the week, especially if I find time to do some of her asanas at home. I’m so pleased to have found a yoga class of this quality so nearby!” (Sally, Seafod)

– Sally, Breathing Spaces yoga client