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John Tillyard (Cornwall Chiropractic Clinic)
"As a chiropractor I believe that Yoga can benefit many of my patients who present with underlying musculo-skeletal problems. I find Khalid to be both sensitive and very knowledgeable of how the body works, offering real tangible support to his clients. I also attend his classes myself."
Mrs. Miriam Plummer (age 86, Bromley)
"I fell over in my allotment and was able to get up without the aid of my stick. Had it not been for the yoga, I would not have been able to get up unaided."
Mrs.Beryl Dangerfield (age 80, Bickley)
"After only a few sessions of the meditation I could see different colours (of the chakras) with my eyes closed. I love the slow, graceful movements and feel them to be beneficial in my everyday life."
Matt Roberts
"Had a fantastic healing session with Khalid. Very relaxing. Recommended!"
Simon Dudley (age 27, Brighton)
"The classes were very relaxing and alleviated the tension in my body."
Mr. K. Jobanputra (age 76, Kingsbury)
"After your sessions I felt more balanced and co-ordinated."
Kellie Cowlishaw
"Had an Indian Head Massage from Khalid. Very relaxing!"

 

Body mechanics

Dynamic meditation

Breath and energy work

Relaxation

Stress

Ease of movement

Kinesiological techniques to enhance performance

Extensive and progressive warm-up

(Small groups and individual lessons)

Private Endrian Yoga Lesson

Endrian yoga is mainly Hatha yoga with aspects of Silat (Indian/Indonesian martial arts). This type of Silat has its roots in yoga. It has slow, graceful dance-like movements which are performed with breathing (No martial arts are practised)

Khalid Beg founder of The Institute of Endrian Yoga

Association of Systematic Kinesiology

British Complementary Medicine Association