Each month we offer extended classes and workshops that give you an opportunity to go deeper in to the parts of your practice that are most compelling, demanding and fulfilling.
Our workshop content is designed with breadth in mind, we’ll cover a wide range of somatic and theoretical matters from how to use yoga to help manage mental health challenges to working towards a stronger physical practice.
A unique opportunity for mothers-to-be and their birthing partners to learn useful breathing, movement and massage techniques, each one designed to support you through every stage of labour. Amanda, an exceptionally experienced yoga practitioner with special interest and expertise in pre and post natal work, will guide you both through ways in which to conserve energy, relax and regulate during the birth. Prepare and equip yourself with the tools you need to experience as much comfort and ease as possible during your labour.
Follow-up notes from the session will be provided so that you can practice the techniques together in the lead up to delivery, a positive way to connect and work together as birth mother and birthing partner.
All are welcome (from week 13 of pregnancy onwards) and no previous experience of yoga is necessary for either participant.
Testament to the value of this work: the words of a past participant “It is without doubt that all the yoga and breath work helped me through and made for a calm birth and consequently a very calm little girl – so thank you.”
£30 per couple
Give yourself some time to play with, explore and experience yoga in your body in a brand new way during this liberating afternoon of mobility inspired movement. Babs will guide you to move from your bones strongly but softly, you’ll be encouraged to let go of rigidity and gripping and instead seek fluidity, expansion and light.
This open level extended practice will ask you to feel beyond the familiar and to shake off your fixed understanding of what yoga expects of you, you’ll learn to work with the body, not against it.
All levels of experience, as always, are welcome.
Strong but slow classical yoga followed by a nourishing, meditative relaxation; fulfilling, spirited and inclusive. This monthly class is open to members of the LGBTQIA+ community who perhaps don’t see themselves fully represented in ‘traditional’ or conventional yoga spaces.
Friends, family, partners and allies alike are welcome to join us find comfort and confidence through an exploration of yoga in an environment free of judgement and expectation.
In this workshop Clare will share a collection of practical methods for managing and pacifying anxiety. You’ll explore ways in which to cultivate grounding and settling by using mantra, breath work, physical yoga sequences and mindfulness practices that can be applied to daily London living.
The workshop will wind down with a breath work and restorative yoga practice that’ll soothe your nervous system and leave you feeling contented and calm for the week ahead.
It must be noted that this workshop is not a substitute for professional advice. All content is based on personal experiences of anxiety management.
“I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.”– Joan Didion.
A medley of three: space-creating, healing and connection-cultivating practices.
Yoga, writing and supported rest have the potential to be highly potent tools for self-healing. They offer a sense of physical and mental spaciousness and stoke the fires of self-connection and creativity. Just as the mindful movement of a yoga practise offers a powerful way of cultivating awareness and a greater connection to self, so does the act of putting pen to paper and laying down to rest.
Writing doesn’t have to be something that’s done for others to see, it can be a practice solely for you; to reflect, release and reframe. It is a way of releasing concerns and ideas that might be swirling around in your mind onto a page that can be seen from a different perspective and therefore understood more deeply. Turning up to the page, like turning up to a yoga mat is a way of opening up a dialogue with yourself.
Showing up to rest is also deeply therapeutic. Our doing should be balanced with non-doing. Rest isn’t idleness, it’s an act of self-nourishment and recognition of the fact that we are living, breathing human beings who need time to recover and recharge.
This ‘Move, Write, Rest’ workshop will begin with an embodied movement practice so that you can dive in, stir up and shake out before sitting down to explore some free writing and journaling practises. The session will end with an extended relaxation to let the dust from the day settle.
You don’t need to have any writing or movement experience – just bring along a notepad and a pen.
A practical and informative workshop designed to offer yoga teachers a comprehensive set of modifications for pre-and post-natal students who are attending general or open yoga classes.
We will examine the considerations that should be taken when working with pre and post natal anatomy and explore the most effective ways in which to deliver accurate information to the student, concisely and with kindness.