Upcoming Workshops, Courses & Events
Do you want to transform stress or worry into focus, clarity and action? Or do you want to stretch and strengthen your body? Or do you want to bring peace, calm and purpose into your life? Or do you just want to feel great and be in the company of like-minded people?
Kundalini Yoga is often described as the yoga of awareness, it uses different combinations of asanas (posture), pranayam (breathing), mantra (sound), bandha (body locks) and deep meditation to connect the mind, body and soul.
Qi Gong exercises do not require any special physical training or special conditions. Anyone can do it. The key to the effectiveness of the training will be your determination to exercise regularly.
You can join the course anytime from the 4th December to 18th December, Tuesday from 8:30 am to 9:30 am.
The aim of this class is to develop balance, co-ordination and special awareness.
Qi Gong exercises do not require any special physical training or special conditions. Anyone can do it.
Start the New Year with good intentions, enjoy some gentle restorative and energising yoga to come back into the body.
Hilary Totah has over 35 years of experience in teaching yoga and bodywork. She is approachable and knowledgeable and her classes are always enjoyable.
After the busyness of the Christmas period, make some time for you: to rest, replenish, reflect and set your intentions for the year ahead.
The workshop will begin with guided mindfulness practices to support an inward focus and the settling of body, mind and emotions. From this place of clearer vision you will then be invited to reflect on the year behind and the year ahead, taking note of what really matters to you and allowing this to guide you in your aims and choices for 2019.
No previous experience necessary, all are welcome.
This is a once a month extended yoga class (on the second Sunday of the month).
The focus of the class is on awareness of the body and the breath and you are invited to discover for yourselves a more natural and less tension driven way of working, exploring some familiar postures and allowing the body to unfold slowly.
The class ends with a deeply relaxing guided meditation.
A Mindfulness course is a chance to take a pause, to reflect on what’s important to you and to take care of yourself. The course integrates traditional meditation techniques with elements of cognitive behavioural therapy, yoga, chi gung and recent research into brain physiology and the effects of stress on the body.