DariYoga started in June 2017 straight after my qualification in May 2017, taught by RYS Quaternity Yoga. As a teacher I offer affordable classes with encouraged drop-ins and expiry date-free blocks of classes so that you don't feel the pressure! Each student's potential is recognised and variations for basic/advanced poses always offered with optional hands-on assists. All classes are suitable for beginners and are open to all levels. Come and give it a try!discover
Classes are structured in a logical way with a warm-up, main 'body' and relaxation. Alignment-focussed cues and assists help make the session safe and injury-free.
I don't believe in discipline and repetition in yoga, so every week is slightly different! Each class has a focus on a particular area or peak pose that we will work towards to. Classes 'rotate', so you get to work on certain poses/areas again from time to time and track your progress and improve.
Each student's potential is recognised in order to tailor variations to everyone's ability. The classes have a challenging aspect to them to enable you to move your practice one step further.
My name is Daria Tyuneva. I am from Moscow, and I moved to Harrogate in 2014. My yoga journey began in 2007 at the Indian Embassy in Moscow with Dr. Suresh Babu and carried on at various places but most importantly - at Prana Yoga school where it had gone up to a new level of dedication and depth. When I moved to Yorkshire I had already decided to get my Yoga Teacher Training done and was looking for an opportunity and a perfect course to do it. I got my qualification in May 2017 in France, taught by RYS Quaternity Yoga. My teaching style is heavily influenced by Prana Yoga Studio in Moscow and their ambassadors Olga Bulanova and Vladimir Zaytsev. I like a solid structure to my classes but the 'filling' varies. DariYoga is a mixture of Hatha Yoga with elements of vinyasa flow, and even Kundalini Yoga. My two other huge passions are books and climbing.