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Vinyasa Masterclass: A Christmas Cracker with Kevin Boyle
Top off your 2018 with a Vinyasa Masterclass! Unlike a regular 60-90 minute class, we’ll delve deep into some of the fundamental subtleties that often get lost in a high-speed flow.
There will be opportunities to discuss alignment and anatomy so that you can make this practice your own. You’ll learn how to progress and modify postures and sequences in a fun and creative way.… Read more
A combination of deep and dynamic yoga workshops which move through the entire body and chakra system opening, activating, and vitalising both the body and spirit, creating an awareness throughout and balancing the energy within.Who should do these workshops?
- If you are feeling an imbalance in energy – twired (tired and wired) or low in energy
- Those who are looking for time out for themselves/Those who are feeling stressed and or looking to relax
- If you wish to build and boost a healthier, happier more connected reserve of energy within.
Inverted postures revitalise us. The take the weight off the legs, improve circulation and stimulate the glandular system. They improve concentration and can help with disturbed sleep patterns.
In this master class we will work through a number of inverted postures from shoulder stands – Sarvangasana cycle. Sisasana – head stands and Ardo Mukha Vrksasana – Hand stands. We will learn about wrist anatomy and how to strengthen them. We will explore bone stacking and how to find our centre of gravity.… Read more
A combination of deep and dynamic yoga workshops which move through the entire body and chakra system opening, activating, and vitalising both the body and spirit, creating an awareness throughout and balancing the energy within. We will move through a strong, dynamic Yang morning practice for our lower chakras with a more meditative, reflective Yin afternoon practice for our higher chakras. Drawing on energetic asana, pranayama, meditation and relaxation, we will leave with new space, feeling lightened, balanced and calm, tuned in to our inner song.… Read more
If the mere mention of arm balances and inversions makes your heart beat faster and your palms sweat, don’t worry! Here’s 4 amazing tips to get your practice moving in the right direction.Move into it slowly
The most important thing to remember with any arm balance or inversion is to move into it slowly. A common mistake you see all the time is people powering themselves forward into these poses without taking the time to align hands, elbows, shoulders, pelvis and move from the core.… Read more