Classes at The Radiant Hand Studio

We teach a wide range of classes and styles of yoga from our studio in Tooting including Anahata Agni Hotra, Dynamic, Deep Stretch, Dynamic Chakra Rebalancing, Hatha, Meditation, Children's Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga, Parent and Baby Yoga and Yoga for Runners and Cyclists.  

Classes at The Radiant Hand Studio are 60 – 90 minutes long.

Each class is tailored to the needs of the individual and includes plenty of hands-on guidance with postures and breathing practices, as well as support in understanding how to apply the science, art and philosophy of yoga on and off the mat. 

Class Styles

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Developed and taught by Sri K. S. Coburg, Founder and Director of The Radiant Hand, this unique and beautiful form of yoga has been taught since January 2018. Powerful, graceful, flowing sequences create profound healing and transformation.

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Return to your roots and build a strong foundation from the ground up. Explore the fundamentals of Dynamic Yoga, creating the essential building blocks to develop strength, alignment, flexiblity and awareness of the breath. Open to those new to yoga, as well as more experienced yogis.

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Are you ready to challenge what you have learned and test your limits a little? Beginners/Intermediate Dynamic classes will help strengthen what you already know, enhancing your confidence to give new postures a go as well as develop your practice of the breath and awareness of yourself on your mat. 

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Are you feeling comfortable with beginner poses you have learned so far and ready to take your yogic journey to the next level? Continue developing the essential building blocks of Dynamic yoga whilst exploring more challenging intermediate postures and the value of the breath in strengthening and stretching your body and mind.

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Want to dive in or take your experience deeper? Dynamic classes are for you, they are fun, lively and strong, working your body, mind and heart in every way. Classes build on the postures you have learned in Beginners and Intermediate Dynamic classes, with more advanced postures and breathing practices to push your boundaries and help you explore the extraordinary capacity that lies inside all of us. 

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Would you like to unwind and relax on a much deeper level? Through a slow, deep and mindful practice, you will learn to develop a greater understanding of your body and the importance of alignment of body and mind, and to regulate the body's flow of energy. Deep Stretch Yoga classes compliment all Dynamic classes taught at The Radiant Hand and are suitable for those wishing to take a gentler and slower approach towards life . 

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The word ‘chakra’ comes from Sanskrit and means wheel, vortex or disk. There are seven major chakras or energy centres in the subtle or non-physical body and when any of them are out of balance, dis-ease can occur. This inspiring dynamic class is specifically designed to re-align and re-balance the chakras, creating feelings of equilibrium and well-being.

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Hatha classes are slower paced than Dynamic classes and focus more intensively on particular postures, with less emphasis on the flow between postures. Learn to develop poise, balance and grace in your asana, creating a sense of calm and well-being.

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Do you suffer from stress, anxiety or feeling down or maybe you just long to switch off from the continual chatter that goes on in your mind? If so, Meditation and Mindfulness could be the perfect antidote. Learn a whole range of mindfulness and meditation techniques that you can use day to day, to find a renewed sense of peace and joy and a fresh perspective on life itself. 

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Would you like your children to be equipped with a tool kit that encourages joy, love and laughter as a way of life? These fun, physically challenging and mentally stimulating classes are especially designed for children. Sessions will include a range of yoga postures and sequences, breathing, relaxation and meditation, helping your child to build strength, flexibility, concentration and a mindful approach to life.

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Are you unsure of what you can do during pregnancy or simply want to support all your needs during pregnancy and in preparation for labour? These holistic pregnancy yoga classes are directed towards your specific needs during the journey of pregnancy, assisting you to maintain balance in your body and mind, while promoting emotional well-being and relaxation as you get ready to welcome your baby.

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Are you feeling out of shape and tired with no time for yourself after the birth of your beautiful baby? Parent and Baby yoga classes will help you to rebuild flexibility and strength, as well as promoting emotional well-being and relaxation. Babies welcome!

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With uplifting postures and powerful breathing exercises this class will leave your body and mind feeling energised, rejuvenated and calm. The perfect way to start your Saturday or Sunday!

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With uplifting postures and powerful breathing exercises this class will leave your body and mind feeling rejuvenated, refreshed and ready for the day ahead. At the end of Breakfast Club classes, we serve natural yoghurt with either honey or fruit compote! The perfect start to the day!

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Are you passionate about running and cycling? Would you like to ease out aches and pains, improve your flexibility and increase your strength? Both running and cycling involve repetitive movements, so specific muscle groups can become strained and tight as a result. The class will focus particularly on stretching out these specific areas of the body and increasing your awareness of your breath. You will build strength to reduce risk of injury and restore balance in your body and mind, creating a more enjoyable experience on your feet or on your bike.

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In Sanskrit ‘sat’ means ‘true’ and ‘sanga’ means ‘company’, so 'Satsang' can be interpreted as in the ‘company of the ‘highest truth’ or ‘in the company of a guru’. Satsang involves a group discussion with Sri K. S. Coburg around a particular yoga-related topic and the opportunity to ask questions. There may be a reading from a yoga text, followed by reflections and discussion on how to incorporate the ideas into your everyday life.