This Andrea Jensen-led class is a 30 minute, Level 1+ option that’s both short and fun. A Vinyasa-style class, focus is on the shoulders and core as well as balancing poses and twists. The yoga class prepares you for moving into Garudasana, also known as Eagle Pose. In the Sanskrit language, the word Garuda is the name of the huge, white-headed mythical bird who served as Lord Vishnu’s transportation of choice. The bird is also the destroyer of Nagas, or mythical serpents representing inferior, dark, destructive forces.
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La Fille mal gardée is the only classic ballet from the 18th century that continues to be performed in international repertoire. Choreographed here by Heinz Spoerli, this comic tale of two lovers features guest star Valentina Kozlova and the Basle Ballet with John Lanchbery conducting the Wiener Symphoniker.
This study offers a radical reassessment of a crucial period of political and cultural history. By looking at some 400 songs, many of which are made available to hear, and at their writers, singers, and audiences, it questions both our relationship with song, and ordinary Britons' relationship with Napoleon, the war, and the idea of Britain itself.