• Workshops Saturday 10am - 5pm 10th of August 2019


    We all feel great after our 90 minute yoga class don’t we? But usually, just as we are feeling more relaxed, the class is over and we are left feeling like we wanted more. In a full day yoga workshop you have the chance to stay and enjoy deeper, longer lasting benefits. Attending these workshops will help you to crystallise strong, new, healthy patterns in order that you can cultivate strength in that newly discovered reality. Through a longer, all day immersion, you incorporate this knowledge to a degree that is not possible in regular yoga classes.

    You will experience stretching and opening of the muscles and connective tissues (myofascia), and safe exploration of the contours of your joints that will facilitate healthier, more sustainable movement patterns.

    You will experience freedom in the most dense structure of your body: the skeleton. If the skeleton is freed, then the breath is freed and the physical and energetic bodies are closer to harmony. It’s a wonderful and more lasting feeling.

    • All our workshops are suitable for all levels of practice. That is because our focus is on what the posture is meant to produce in your body and how it feels, rather than focusing on how the posture looks. We call this a ‘functional’ approach to yoga. It is based on your unique skeletal structure. In this way we teach you how to maximise the benefits of each asana.


      Yin Yoga Immersion 2 (Spine and Upper body emphasis*)

      Come and experience deep healing and insight with Yin Yoga

      Date: Saturday 10th of August 2019   10am - 5pm

      Price: £80

      Teas and biscuits included

      Limited spaces available, booking in advance is essential

      Now taking bookings for this workshop

      In this workshop we will have a full day of exploration of Yin and including some more yang practices to stretch the miofascial tissues of the pelvis, the spine and bringing a special focus, and taking time, for analysis of the upper body function. We aim to develop a basic understanding of Functional Anatomy of the spine and upper body. If you are a teacher you will learn how to focus to start teaching functionally. It will also be helpful and instructive for your practice at any level of experience in Hatha Yoga, Dynamic Vinyasa flow, Iyengar, or any other style of yoga or sports that you are currently practicing.

      Yin yoga promotes mindfulness and healing, targeting mainly the connective tissues of the hips, thighs, pelvis and spine. In simple terms yin yoga, as taught by my teacher Paul Grilley, involves postures that are held for 3 or more minutes, without muscular tension, whilst encouraging adaptations to suit your uniquely shaped skeleton. 


      Come and join us for this summer holiday workshop. I feel drawn to share with you the amazing healing benefits of yin yoga. We will focus particularly on the Spine and Upper body this time. I have been incorporating Paul’s teaching into my work for some time and now I’d love to share more of his latest research and discoveries with you in another full day of yin yoga. 

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