Wednesday 17th August, 7.15 – 8.45pm
This workshop focuses on the meditation aspect of yoga, and everyone’s postural alignment.
Everyone will be different and have to work on different aspects of hip extension / flexion to be able to sit comfortably in meditation.
During this in-depth workshop, we will look at postural alignment types, and look specifically into how to remedy your bodies specific ailments to allow you to sit comfortably in meditation.
Thursday 25th August 2 – 4pm
Our breath is something we feel, taste, smell, hear but rarely see except on winter mornings. Jayne Wilton artist and yoga teacher will lead a workshop about how people from Palaeolithic times onwards have found ways to make the breath visible.
In this workshop, open to individuals and also parents with a child of age between 5 and 13, we will look at ways artists have tried to make the impermanent breath, permanent.
We will explore some yoga poses which allow us to feel and work with our breath and we will all have an opportunity to take a print of our breath (this would make a unique and excellent present to give to relatives!!)
Come and enjoy 2 hours of creativity and movement focused on the breath.
£28 per person, £35 adult and child.
Sunday 4th September, 11am-2pm
Come and try just a little of what our amazing studio has to offer at our Yoga medley day on the 4th of September.
We're going to run a small selection of classes so you can give them all a try. This is a great way for people new to yoga to see what we have on offer, but also allows more seasoned yogi's the chance to try a taster of classes they wouldn't usually attend.
We love the sense of community our studio offers, and they'll be a little break in the middle for some tea, cake, and conversation.
The classes will be as follows:-
Pam with Vinyasa Flow from 11 - 11.30am
*Break for tea & cake*
Jayne with led Ashtanga from 12.40 - 1.10pm
Jayne with restorative from 1.20 - 1.50pm
We would love to see you there!
Wednesday 7th September, 7.30-9pm
Relax to the beat of the drum with Natalie Walker
During this workshop, we will connect with the drum. We will learn about how it is used and what we can gain from drumming and it's healing properties. There will be a drum meditation, and some reiki healing.<p> </p>
On our drum journey, you will be invited to set an intention around what you want the journey to be about. When we are intentional about something, our focus is in the moment : who we are, what we do, why we do it. Let's see where the drum takes us!<p> </p>
We will end the workshop with a deeper drum meditation, where we will balance our chakras, (the seven main energy centers of the body) and look to enjoy an awareness of renewed energy so that we leave the workshop feeling in tune and connected with ourselves.<p> </p>
About Natalie<p> </p>
Natalie is a reiki master teacher, of Usui and Holy Fire as well as a reiki drum master teacher, and meditation teacher.<p> </p>
Natalie's journey started in 2018, when she was looking for answers about what she should be doing with her life. She has 2 young children, and wanted to be the best Mum she could be, but the guilt about taking time for herself was all consuming.<p> </p>
Being attuned to reiki Natalie found that being able to heal herself on many different levels was what she needed, so she kept learning. She became a master reiki teacher, and is now able to teach and help others at a deeper level.<p> </p>
The drum came into her life this year and took both her and her clients healing experiences to a different level.<p> </p>
“I'm so excited to meet you all and share this with you”<p> </p>
In Studio £25<p> </p>
Book before 17th August for Early bird discount £21<p></p>
Saturday, 10th September, 1 - 2pm
Go from stressed to relaxed in just 60 minutes
Join this beautiful gong relaxation, where you simply lie back and let the healing sounds of the gong cleanse, renew and rejuvenate you. The gong is a powerful tool for clearing the mind, reinvigorating the nervous system and stripping away any negative thoughts.
In this workshop, we’ll practice a few gentle yoga postures or meditation for about 15 minutes before a lovely long gong relaxation for the rest of the hour.
You don’t need any experience of gong or yoga - just an open mind.
(Those who are pregnant should only take part if they’ve experienced the gong before and feel comfortable with it.)