Earlybird offer: £17 before midnight Sunday 10th September
Investment after 10th September: £20
Amid today’s society expecting “Go, go, go!” as our default setting, our body, mind and spirit are tipping off balance leaving us exhausted, stressed and burnt out. We need proper rest to function at our optimum physically, mentally and emotionally. Here is the antidote…
This 2 hour workshop gives you permission to let go completely and fully into proper rest & relaxation through guided meditation (Yoga Nidra), calming breathing techniques and gentle mindful movement. This is an effortless practice perfect for anyone at any stage in their life.
This workshop will include:
- 2 soothing Yoga Nidras (guided meditation)
- breathing techniques to calm, energise and help change our outlook
- gentle mindful movement including some yin yoga to nourish and release
- delicious and healthy raw energy treats lovingly handmade by me!
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is open and suitable for anyone at any stage in their life.
What to bring?
Please wear comfortable clothes including socks to keep your feet warm during Yoga Nidra. And please do any extra cushions and covers you might want. I provide a supply of mats, pillows and lovely Tibetan blankets.
How do I book?
Pre-booking your spot for this workshop is essential. You can book your spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note there is an early bird offer of £17 if booked and paid for before midnight Sunday 10th September. Thereafter, the workshop will be £20.
Last updated Aug. 8, 2017, 11:17 a.m. UTC
Mindful movement, meditation and massage have become integral to my life. I believe that looking after ourselves through yoga, massage, proper rest and eating well helps us all to attain optimum health and well-being. I have used yoga and massage to complement many stages of life: from the day-to-day; to times of stress, upheaval and uncertainty; to complementing my sporting disciplines in running, cycling and swimming; and during my travel adventures. Yoga and massage consistently ground, energise and centre me.
My regular yoga practice started in 2006 and has taken me all over the world from the UK to New Zealand to Hawaii to to Morocco to India, and I am very fortunate to have experienced different wonderful teachers & styles, which have honed my own unique yoga practice.
My style of yoga is a non-dogmatic, playful Vinyasa flow, influenced by the safety and alignment that BKS Iyengar’s teachings support. I qualified as a yoga teacher in June 2013 with Still Flowing Yoga led by Gemma Mallol and Marcela Wakeman. In 2014, I trained in Yin Yoga under the proficient guidance of Norman Blair. In 2016, I trained in Pregnancy Yoga with the wonderful Uma Dinsmore-Tuli & Lisa White. I continued my study further with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli & Nirlipta Tuli in the amazing art and practice of Yoga Nidra.
Learning never finishes, so I attend regular workshops and teacher trainings as well as having a daily self-practice.
I hope to successfully share the wonders and many delights of yoga and massage with you, to help you find more energy, joy and awareness.