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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."
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."
Matt Roberts
"Had a fantastic healing session with Khalid. Very relaxing. Recommended!"
Kellie Cowlishaw
"Had an Indian Head Massage from Khalid. Very relaxing!"
Mr. K. Jobanputra (age 76, Kingsbury)
"After your sessions I felt more balanced and co-ordinated."
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."
Simon Dudley (age 27, Brighton)
"The classes were very relaxing and alleviated the tension in my body."


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Flexibility in your 40s – and beyond

Endrian yoga combines postures designed to improve balance and co-ordination with controlled breathing and meditation exercises, and every class begins with an extensive warm-up, followed by yoga dance.

The music of dance seems to have a beneficial impact on immobility and restricted range of movement.

Physical limitations can be overcome when dance is added.

The dances are taught in slow motion at the start of each class, using modified moves initially, to allow students to feel comfortable at all stages.

Dance has long been recognised as a therapy to improve mental health. It gives people the opportunity to express themselves. It improves their emotional state, exerting a positive effect on the mind, and elevating mood.

Yoga dance encourages students to exist in the moment and to focus – a sort of mindfulness.

The combination of yoga and yoga dance works very well in rebuilding confidence in whichever area, mental or physical, each person needs.


Khalid has been teaching yoga since 2003, and is also qualified in Kinesiology, the study of muscles and movement. The idea of incorporating yoga dance began when he was teaching for Kent Blind Association.

He has a Cert. Ed., and is a member of BCMA (British Complementary Medicine Association).

He has studied Cyberkinetics, Kinergetics and Chiron, and is a Master Reiki Healer.


Khalid Beg founder of The Institute of Endrian Yoga

Association of Systematic Kinesiology

British Complementary Medicine Association