Good Friday Kirtan @ Living Peace
Join us at Living Peace for Kirtan with Hanuman Das, Ginny, and Richard. Enjoy a beautiful afternoon of live music, chanting, meditation and spiritual discussion.Find out more »
Cultivating Aum Workshop
Deepen your understanding and experience of the sacred sound and symbol - Aum (Om)Find out more »
Restorative Yoga – Teaching the Art of Rest
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 »
Yoga for Beginners Course
These 4 classes during May are specifically for those who are new to yoga or haven’t done yoga for some time and would like to reconnect to the healing principles of yoga.Find out more »
Yoga for Back Care – 4 Classes
The aim of this practical 4 week program is to empower you with information about the spine and your condition. Then we will provide yoga therapy techniques to aid in the management of your issue.Find out more »
Teaching Chair Yoga
Using props in a yoga class can be beneficial for all students. Chairs are particularly useful for those with injuries and for the more mature student with limited range of movement. However, chairs can be extremely useful for able bodied students also and can help anyone to deepen their experience of asana.
This workshop would be useful for yoga teachers, students, health care professionals and carers who want to share the power of movement and breathing with students and clients.