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Welcome to AntiFragility Yoga

Antifragility Yoga is a common-sense approach to getting stronger, fitter, more flexible, more resilient and inherently happier, healthier, more content, less stressed, (and hopefully) wiser and more fulfilled, a push to learn, to grow, to get better, to improve yourself and the world around you.

Try to build a regular practice. Real progress happens with a practice of steady, calm, stable, regular steps – pretty much the same way a tree grows.

What I do - take a look

Announcement: I am back from my sabbatical. Nose-to-nose classes and workshop are on indefinite hold.

Our Blog

11th November 2020 in General

Basic Daily Practice

This is my offering into these crazy times. This piece of work stands as a stand-alone-course and comes from some work I did recently, with…
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23rd September 2020 in General

The story of the master carpenter

Once there was a group of people who only know about and had hammers. They had invested their careers in hammers. A committee of them,…
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1st September 2020 in General

Back from sabbatical

I have been ‘on sabbatical’ from yoga for a while, from teaching and, to an extent from practicing. My practice hasn’t stopped completely. I’m not…
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I love going to Dale's yoga classes. I started as a total beginner and in a few short weeks I could recognise a real strengthening and improvement in my ability. Great relaxed atmosphere. I'd highly recommend.

JHStudent - General Class

I really recommend these classes. Dale and his wife Trish create such a kind and inclusive atmosphere, there is no pressure to compete or to push yourself into things you're not comfortable with, and they are very attentive to how you're doing - very different to other yoga classes I've been to. I always leave feeling more positive and relaxed, and also a lot stronger and healthier!

BBStudent - General Class

I recently completed the beginners course. I wasn't sure about the concept of anti-fragility beforehand; I didn't see myself as old or fragile! But I am sold now, and have continued the principles. It's about strengthening the mind as well as the the body, and investing in your future as well as improving your present. I already don't know how I survived without it! So much depends on the teacher/instructor I suspect, and all I can say is that Dale (and Trish) resonated with me having had a negative first experience with Yoga many years ago.Thank you!

PWStudent - Beginners Course