Bram Williams originally started yoga teaching as a stop gap between jobs, while trying to decide what to do when he finally grew up.
As all the astronaut places seem to be taken, and there isn’t much call for cowboys in Battersea right now he’s sticking with yoga for the time being. It’s just as well as he is now a BWY Diploma Course Tutor. When not playing with Lego or eating ice-cream Bram is generally teaching yoga, meditation or Kum Nye to a variety of folk in London, and across the UK.
A workshop for teachers and trainee teachers to introduce and explore teaching and communication methods and how they can be adapted for those yoga students who are deafened or hard of hearing. If we have time we’ll also explore Mental Wellbeing and how it affects those with sensory loss, as well as teaching to those for whom English is a second language.Read More
For the perfect end to your day listen to a story followed by a short reflective meditation. The Sound the Hare Heard (one of the Jakata Tales of the Buddha). Why we practice.Read More
Explore the unique Tibetan Yoga of Kum Nye and move beyond the purely physical aspects of relaxation to directly convey the joyful, wide awake flavour of meditation. A sensual treat.Read More
For the perfect end to your day listen to a story followed by a short reflective meditation. The Three Questions (a fun new translation of this classic by Leo Tolstoy). What should we practice?Read More