Join Davy who is teaching a one hour dynamic yoga class at the BAi360 on Saturday 17 April at 9.25am ! The class is the first of a three month programme of classes to raise funds for the amazing yoga community outreach programmes run by the Brighton Yoga Foundation. You can book the class on … Read more
You may be surprised that some yoga teachers feel the need to join a trade union. After all, teaching yoga is a privilege, very rewarding and something we love to do. But sadly, it is increasingly obvious that “yogaworld” is not immune to the pressures and issues facing society as a whole. It is not … Read more
This is a lovely short video interview about my yoga journey and my work with the Brighton Yoga Foundation. Thanks to Lia McCarthy, Ketevan Vatashgashvili and Anqi Lyu for making the film – they are Sussex University media students and participants in my yoga classes at the Uni. I hope you enjoy it:
The lovely studio io team have put up this blog about Davy’s Yoga Journey: http://studio-io.co.uk/2017/10/11/davy-jones-dad-ashtangi-green-party-candidate-and-founder-of-the-brighton-yoga-foundation/
More than 3000 people attended the hugely successful 3rd Brighton Yoga Festival last weekend (23 July) at the Brighton Dome/Corn Exchange. Davy & Janaki were instrumental in setting up the Festival which has grown in size and support each year since 2014. The Mayor opened the Festival which had more than 45 free yoga classes, … Read more
The latest issue of OM Yoga magazine has a nice two page feature on Davy, on Yoga & Politics, and also the upcoming free Brighton Yoga Festival (Saturday 25 July) in Brighton Kemptown. Well worth a read !
Interesting new article here: http://www.business-standard.com/article/international/harvard-yoga-scientists-find-proof-of-meditation-benefit-113112300023_1.html The article claims that scientists are now close to proving that meditation and yoga directly affects the genes and brain activity. This seems likely to clinch the arguments made for a long time by meditation and yoga practitioners about the physical and mental benefits of both.
Peter Blackaby is a highly respected UK yoga teacher based here in Brighton – in fact his lovely Unit 4 studio is just 200 yards from where we live, and we use it regularly as the venue for our Brighton yoga workshops. Coming from the Ashtanga tradition, it was quite a culture shock for me … Read more