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Sankalpa – Yin and Meditation Workshop New Year Special

 

“An authentic intention comes directly from the heart. It comes from asking what is it that life wants, which is different from what I want.” – Richard Miller.

Where are you with your new year’s resolutions? Are you still sticking to them? Hopefully you are. However, most of them usually don’t last for a month, so you might need some support or maybe you need to redefine your resolutions to a deep resolve (Sankalpa) to keep for the whole year or even all your life.

Through these 2 hours of Yin Yoga practice and meditation exercises, we will focus on calming the mind and being in a state of full awareness, which will provide you with some tools in order to create or redefine your own Sankalpa.

 

When:  Sunday 17th January at 4 pm

Duration: 2 hrs

Fees: £14 minimum

 

To book please book online here or contact me

 

The Art of Transition in Vinyasa Flow – Workshop

The “in between” moments. Do you have the tendency to rush from one asana (yoga pose) to another, from one place to another, from home to work, from work to your yoga class? In our busy life and city, we are always rushing, and not paying attention to these “in between” moments. And we reproduce the same pattern on our mat. We focus our attention on the next pose and ignore the transitional moments and movements in between our poses. We try to avoid the uncomfortable places in our yoga practice in order to get to the final pose and enjoy the glory of it… according our ego.

Paying attention to the transitions is paying attention to the journey, to what is happening in our body, is to be fully present. Yes, transitions in yoga, as in life, can be hard. They challenge our brains and our bodies, our strength and our balance. Learning how to slow down in the transitional movements, builds our strength, opens and prepares our minds and bodies for the next pose.

As we tune in to transitional moments, we create the sense that the whole continuum of our practice can be a seamless process. The whole practice becomes meditative.

In this workshop, we will work by mini sequences, from basic to more playful and creative transitions through some transitions to more advanced asanas. We will learn how to follow and use the breath to ease the transitional movements.

Even though all levels are welcome, a minimum amount of Vinyasa practice would be recommended.

 

When:  Sunday 7th February at 4 pm

Duration: 2 hrs

Fees: £14 minimum

 

To book please book online here or contact me