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Workshops

Chakra’s – Unlocking your spiritual wheels

A journey through the chakra’s from Muladhara to Sahasrara.
If you are thinking of coming on retreat with me this year this is the workshop for you. In this workshop we will begin to explore the chakras and take a look at the elements of each one.

Early bird price until 8th April £15, £20 there-after.

Please  Contact me or text 07958 299706 to book.

 

The Mystery of Transformation – The Butterfly Chrysalis

A two hour yoga workshop exploring hip & shoulder opening.  These are two of the areas in the body that we hold the most tension.  We shall explore how releasing such tension transforms our bodies and our lives.

We will practice some old favourite asanas’, meditation and relaxation.
Followed by the much looked forward refreshments, a selection of the lastest YogaLeggs & Neals Yard Remedies
This event must be pre-booked.
Investment £15 per person until Saturday 11th March, £20 thereafter.

 

New Year Intentions

In the India tradition what you do on the first day of the year sets the tone for your year ahead.

As such I am running on Thursday 5th January 2017 at 8 pm an Intentions Workshop.

Investment is £10 until 13th December and places are limited & pre-book only.

 

A Christmas Presence – A mindful yoga workshop

Please join me for a festive workshop to help prepare you for the holiday period.

This is a pre-book event and the investment is £20 – bookings before 30th November can enjoy a special price of £15 or two session on your loyalty card.  Places are limited so please ensure to book.

This will be the last class for 2016, classes resume on Tuesday 3rd January 2017.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support during 2016, wish you all a happy holidays and I look forward to seeing you on the mat in 2017

Bakasana

Join me from 9am on Saturday 26th May for a class exploring Bakasana.

Baka means crow or crane and asana means pose or seat.

It is so called as it looks like a crane standing gazing in the water, whilst fishing for its food.

As an arm balance, it strengthens the arms and wrists, stretches the upper back, opens the groin and tones and strengthens the abs.

This pose allows us to rise above our perceived limitations and take flight.  It is an arm balance where the hands are planted on the floor and the shins rest of the upper arms (tail feather is up), our gaze is fixed on a spot called ‘drishti’.

Please do let me know if you wish to attend by Contact form or by texting 07958 299706.

King Pigeon Pose

Join me from 9am on Saturday 30th April, for an extended class exploring the Eka Pada Rajakapotasana (King pigeon pose).

This pose is the perfect pose to balance our modern life style. Eka Pada Rajakapotasana (King pigeon pose) has the balance of being a hip opener and a back bend, it opens the hips and lengths the psoas muscle (the muscles that runs from the back of the hips around to the front of the body and down the groin, it is this muscle that often provides lower back pain). This posture provides ease in the lower half of the body.

Please book by emailing me through the Contact form or by texting 07958 299706.

If you have a block booking the class is included, otherwise the investment is £10.