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Give yourself the time to restore the self in this deliciously restful, rejuvenating restorative yoga practice.
As we begin to ease out of winter give yourself the space to feel warm, cosy and calm on the inside and out.
Through this practice, you can enjoy a mini-hibernation to restore your mind, body and energy. We will begin with a guided meditation to bring you into the space, staying low to the earth, moving through gently supported twists, heart openers and supported forward folds.… Read more
Candlelight Yin Yoga & Yoga Nidra with Anna Olsson
Do you need to unwind after a long week? This workshop is the perfect antidote to a build-up of stress and strain.
We will begin with a guided meditation to allow ourselves to arrive at this dreamy practice, a combination of Yin yoga and Yoga Nidra. This workshop will consist of a series of passive floor poses working into the lower part of the body, energetically improving and enhancing the flow of chi in the body.… Read more
On the shortest day of the year as we begin the return to light, in this practice together we will rest, relax, and restore, as we turn inwards to honour and nurture the light within. By setting intentions at the Winter Solstice, we are building a path that lights the way through the darkness of winter and guides us toward our brightest future.
As this transition space between Autumn & Winter can be tough, this often leads to both physical and mental exhaustion.… Read more
Rest, restore, release and let go with this deliciously peaceful and calm restorative yoga practice.
Enhancing poses with the use of Aromatherapy oils, we will move through gentle restorative twists, heart openers, hip openers and guided relaxation to finish this practice
Yoga calms the mind and moves stagnant energy. Aromatherapy oils balance the body, energizing or soothing as we need. We will complete this dreamy practice with Yoga Nidra which aids restful sleep.… Read more
Hot Yoga is an ever growing yogic trend these days, but what’s it all about?
A typical hot yoga class begins with breath work and inward reflection, moving through to warm-ups to wake up the body followed by vinyasa flow in a heated room, invigorating asanas and wrapping up with a blissful savasana (lying down meditation).
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
Candlelight Restorative & Yin Yoga with Mary Williams
Embrace the spirit of renewal.
After a winter rest, restore and reconnect with this sweet mellow practice. This is the
season to look ahead and make new plans with a calm clear mind.
We will begin with a guided meditation to bring you into the space. Staying connected to the earth, we’ll explore various supported restorative poses with optional hands-on assists and the use of aromatherapy oils to soothe and calm.