Todd Crews, pictured, says Bermuda is lucky to have Noah Maze host a workshop. *Photo supplied
Todd Crews, pictured, says Bermuda is lucky to have Noah Maze host a workshop. *Photo supplied

THURSDAY, APRIL 12: Yoga enthusiasts will be in for a treat as a yoga workshop featuring a top instructor is in the cards at the end of the month.

Todd Crews is putting on the event from April 27 to 29 at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

One of the best yoga instructors, Noah Maze, will lead the workshop with sessions on mixed level Anusara yoga everyday.

In each session, attendees can expect clear instruction, progressive sequencing, strong work in fundamental poses and much more.

Crews said he hosts yoga workshops periodically to raise the awareness of yoga in Bermuda.

As for this workshop, he said: “First of all Noah is one of the very best yoga instructors in the world as he is asked to travel the world teaching.

“He has a strength to him like no other, while at the same time a softness to get everyone into the different asanas that he teaches through out his classes.

“He was in Italy as well as Japan in the last couple of months teaching yoga and if that doesn't say enough about him I'm not sure what would.

“We are lucky to have him visit us here in Bermuda.”

Crews has been practicing with Maze for the past two years as well as many other great yoga teachers.

"I am especially looking forward to practicing with Noah over his weekend here in Bermuda as he is one of the very best in the yoga world and I have witnessed the strength and flexibility of his practice as well as his teaching.

“I believe he will give all those attending the workshop the opportunity to advance their practices significantly with the alignment principles they will learn over the course of the weekend.

He will also lead the workshop in a fun and enthusiastic manner, so I'm sure everyone will really enjoy it.”

The early bird cost for the whole weekend is $240 and must be paid for by Friday.

Individual sessions are $80.

For more information, email or call 505-6310.