Join us for a special Easter celebration. Join together in song and spirit on this special day of the year. Kirtan is the sacred and ancient tradition of chanting mantras in call and response style. It is a beautiful, heart-opening experience and a great way to meditate as it gives your body something to do (e.g. chant), and gives your mind something to focus on (e.g. the music and the mantra) and therefore the practice can quickly help to quiet…Find out more »
Always wanted to know what’s happening ‘down there’ but never dared to ask?
Join anatomy and yoga teacher Marie in this yoga practice dedicated to your pelvic floor, hips and mulabhanda (root lock).
Explore the movements, feel the stillness and discover how this amazing part of your body relates with the rest of your anatomy.
This 6 week course will provide you with practical tips and techniques to get you started on your meditation journey.Find out more »
Restorative yoga is a slow and mindful practice, which usually involves the use of props such as bolsters, blocks, blankets, straps and walls, to aid the student in holding a pose for an extended period of time. Using props allows the student to feel “supported” and “safe”, and therefore, the unconscious and habitual muscle tension has a chance to be dissolved and released. This practice leads the yogi towards a more healing and recuperative experience, achieving a deep level of relaxation in body, breath and mind.Find out more »
Learn how to stretch safely using techniques such as PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) to take your flexibility to the next level.
Learn how to release unnecessary muscle tone from the muscles, joints and connective tissue to help the body rest and rejuvenate
Practice yogic techniques to aid in stretching and releasing
Enriching a yoga asana class by weaving philosophy and symbology can be stimulating and educative for both the teacher and the student. It also exposes the students to the incredible depth and breadth of yoga and reminds them that yoga is so much more than just asana. The first two limbs of Ashtanga Yoga, the Yamas and Niyamas, supply us with the ethical guidelines of a yogi who is living a yogic life, a life filled with integrity, honesty, consideration and kindness for all beings.Find out more »
This workshop will help us to find the blue prints for this life. It will give us a fix on our current position and a clear route home to our inherent nature. Having a more complete, truthful and unclouded understanding of the nature of this birth sets us up to vanquish ripe karma, unfurl an impeccable dharma and remove the unhelpful samskaras of this incarnation.Find out more »
This course is for any yoga teacher or experienced yogi wanting to know what is happening to the body while moving in yoga asanas. During the 2 days we will learn about musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology in order to feel the body from the inside out. If we follow the osteopathic principle, structure governs function, we realise that we need to look at our bones and joints to understand movement.Find out more »