Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, The Primary Series is a valuable practice guide for the beginner through to Full Primary level practitioner. Take a 15-minute class with John Scott and begin your personal yoga journey, or follow John through a complete 90-minute Full Primary Series. John Scott is an inspired and advanced practitioner of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. He has been a direct and continuing student of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, South India since 1989. Certified to teach by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, John's teaching is very precise and follows the traditional method of counting through the correct vinyasa for each asana. This is a great opportunity to practice with a teacher who teaches from the heart. Join in and practice with John's dynamic balance of strength and grace; share his knowledge and enthusiasm for passing on the joys and techniques of this ancient form of yoga.
Ashtanga Yoga: The Practice - First Series with David Swenson - This DVD contains the complete First Series of Ashtanga Yoga preceeded by a 30-minute introduction explaining the foundations of the practice. David's delivery of the basic principles is clear and down-to-earth. He opens this practice to a variety of levels by offering varying degrees of approach.
Christmas presents a golden opportunity to present brand new music to wide audiences, and the role played by St John’s College Choir in this area has been significant, as demonstrated by new recording of traditional and contemporary choral works. The recording features Michael Finnissy’s John the Baptist, written for the Choir for its BBC Advent broadcast in 2014.
This sequence of music for Lent, Passiontide and Easter represents a journey through perhaps the most dramatic part of the Church’s year. It is a season which has inspired many composers to write some of their most potent pieces, and contrasts the seriousness of intent and poignancy found in, say, Lotti’s Crucifixus with the exuberance of music such as Philips’s Ecce vicit Leo.