Enjoy total relaxation in this class introducing the principles and benefits of Yin Yoga, a slow static Yoga discipline for deep release and tranquillity. 

The benefits of yoga extend far beyond flexibility and strength, with practitioners enjoying reduced anxiety, boosted immunity and an improved quality of life.

Rebecca Riley took to yoga as a teenager, learning from photographs in an old paperback book, and went on to complete her 200-hour Ashtanga teacher training before establishing Yoga Limba, her professional practice in Leeds.

Please bring your own mat or contact us if you need to borrow one via boxoffice@bradfordlitfest.co.uk

About The Host

Black and white shot of Rebecca Riley, in a yoga pose.

Rebecca Riley

Yoga has always been a place I feel joyfully strong and whole.  I encourage students to embrace the opportunity to be fully present, to feel each moment in its entirety and seek stillness within. 

Combining a background in dance and fitness, with a passion for philosophy and mysticism, the core of my teaching seeks the true integration of body and mind.  I believe practising as a group allows us to recognise our essential interconnectedness, as we heal and transform together. 

In my classes alignment is key – always recognising the individuality of our anatomies.  I teach from the principles of truth and kindness.