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Candlelight Restorative Yoga – Calm Your Christmas with Mary Williams
Embrace the Christmas season as you release into this deliciously peaceful and calm restorative yoga practice. Enhancing each pose with the use of different Aromatherapy oils, we will move through gentle restorative twists, heart openers, hip openers and a guided relaxation to finish this practice.
Yoga calms the mind and moves stagnant energy. Aromatherapy oils balance the body, energising, or soothing as we need.… Read more
We will begin with a guided meditation to bring you into the space before moving the body through a slow flow with uplifting music. Moving down to the earth, gentle restorative poses with optional hands-on Reiki healing. Finishing the practice with yoga Nidra to leave you in a state of complete relaxation. This workshop that you will leave calm with more awareness of the inner self and more present in your being.… Read more
We will begin with a guided meditation to bring you into the space, before moving the body through a slow flow warming the body from the inside out. Moving down to the earth, gentle restorative poses with the use of aromatherapy oils to calm and relax the mind and body. Finishing the practice with Yoga Nidra to leave you in a state of complete relaxation.… Read more
Restorative Yoga is a slow mindful mellow yoga that will help to support you during times of stress, fatigue or if you’re just plain overworked! Working with supported and quieting forward bends and gentle twists, this is the perfect antidote to a busy, stressful lifestyle.
Cultivate deep relaxation with reclined breath awareness and meditation to begin the practice. We will then work with a combination of props and some very restful poses to soothe the nervous system and rejuvenate both mind and body.… Read more
Our Sunday Roast workshop is the perfect way to invite heat into your practice and feel invigorated, as the temperature drops outside, allow that inner glow to flow!
The class will begin with some soothing breath work and inward reflection, moving through to warm-ups to wake up the body followed by vinyasa flow, invigorating asanas and wrapping up with a blissful yoga nidra.
What are the benefits?
Practicing yoga in a heated room assist in warming up the muscles, increases metabolism and your heart rate, this allows your blood vessels to become more flexible, making circulation easier and increases blood flow to the limbs, building up a sweat to help with weight loss.… Read more