Archive for 2019

Upside Down! – Handstands Workshop with Aga Chojnacka

Upside Down! – a handstand workshop Let Aga turn your practice upside down, in this excellent 2-hour handstand workshop. We invite all levels of experience to attend, where you will focus on building your shoulder and core stability, while also developing your skills and confidence when approaching those super fun inversions. Aga will incorporate her […]

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A Bridge Too Far With Bev Porrino

This interactive mixed ability workshop with Bev will take a look at why some students find backbends challenging. With the use of foam rollers, balls, our own hands and yoga postures, we will lubricate and release the connective tissues so that we can move from gentle backbends to deeper postures with ease and with strength. […]

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5 Surprising Health Benefits of Qi Gong

Qi gong is a system of energetic and meditative practices that originated in Ancient China, however it’s efficiency in repairing and improving the body are still as effective today. The simple movements of Qigong help balance the flow of Qi (life force energy) so that physical, energetic and spiritual vitality can be restored and maintained. […]

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Reconnect Body & Mind through Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a gentle way of being present and seeing clearly what is happening in your life. Being aware of what you are doing while you are doing it. Have you ever gone for a walk and realised at the end of it you were so completely consumed with your thoughts you never took in […]

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New Moon in Aquarius with Martha Ryan

As we enter the first week of February and the beginning of Spring, we are met once again with a powerful new moon on Monday 4th – this time in the sign of brave and imaginative Aquarius. You may be feeling a little more hopeful now that January, and the darkness of Winter, has finally […]

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Chakra Spring Clean with Tess Purcell

Join Tess on this very special leap year Vinyasa class. The 29th of February only comes once every four years, it’s when time is given back to us and we find space where it once wasn’t. This leap year Tess will be guiding you through a special candlelight Chakra meditation, where we will ignite our […]

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SPD During Pregnancy – Our 5 Tips!

Throughout your pregnancy or after birth, you may have experienced SPD aka Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction – A common disorder of the pelvis caused by the body’s inability to adapt to the stretching and loosening of ligaments caused by a hormone which is ultimately designed to support your baby’s gentle growth. However, some women face difficulty […]

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Neck & Shoulder Stabilisation Workshop with Joseph Devlin

Neck & Shoulder Stabilization Workshop Participants will develop an understanding of the relationship between their Cervical Spine and the Shoulder girdles. You will develop a pain-free relationship with your own body using simple techniques that can be applied at home or shared in a class environment. Physical Therapist & Movement physiology teacher Joseph Devlin continues […]

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Acupuncture for Adult Acne

Acne, unfortunately, doesn’t just affect teenagers. Adult Acne can appear when you are in your 20’s, 30’s or even 40’s. Because the causes of acne can be affected not only by hormonal changes in the body but also by your stress levels, your diet and lifestyle choices. So while you may have escaped with the […]

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Try acupressure points to help labour progress

Many women receive acupuncture treatment to help them through the different stages of pregnancy, it is an ideal treatment during pregnancy as it is non-invasive and drug free, and will not cause any harm to the baby. We see many women in our clinic for acupuncture whilst pregnant with the majority coming into us to […]

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