Article Category - "Yoga & Meditation"
Have you reached that point in your practice where you want to do yoga at home, as well as in the studio? Maybe you’ve been toying with the idea of starting a home practice but you’re not sure where to start or maybe you’ve even begun a home practice already, but not sure if you’re doing it ‘right’? Or perhaps you want to deepen your knowledge of different yoga asanas and find out more about how to sequence a yoga practice?… Read more
“A symphony of body and soul – absolutely divine”
Caroline is a registered sound therapy practitioner with the Sound Healing Academy, which is accredited by the British Complementary Medicine Association, and a registered AURA-SOMA® Practitioner with ASIACT UK, with many years’ experience of teaching relaxation and facilitating meditative classes and workshops.… Read more
Join Rohan for an opening and lengthening masterclass to unwind, relax and gently develop flexibility. With an emphasis on the breath, we will minimise the physical effort and maintain an overall calm and softness while gradually moving deeper into each asana. This slower approach will help to develop an awareness of where the body is holding onto tension and how to safely let it go.
We will cover shoulders, hips and hamstrings before working into classical backbends, twists and then forward bends to wind down.… Read more
A 2-hour Yoga practice devised to explore and develop the intricacy of the flow in Vinyasa. This class is styled to create dynamic and fluid yoga transitions choreographed to a strong connection to the rhythm of your breath with a soft flowing soundtrack. Learn to travel in your practice and bring effortless glide to each movement, from seated, standing, balancing and more.
Expect a strong, sweaty and fun practice where we will equally engage and relax the body.… Read more
Even at the beginning of spring winter still seems to exert a stronghold over us. We are still answering to winter’s call for hibernation. And yet, a more restless energy begins to represent itself as we long for more warmth, sunlight and the final blooming of spring. We begin to dream of and yearn for adventures and new avenues to open up in our lives. Often in winter we become less active and are low in energy as we accumulate more than we are able to process.… Read more
We know that sometimes despite our best intentions we don’t get to make it to the classes and workshops we really would like to. Restorative Yoga classes are my favourite to teach, so I thought I’d share some of my favourite asanas or poses with you, so that you can have an insight of what asana you can introduce to your classes. Try out the poses for yourself. Even 1 pose can make your day a little bit better.… Read more