Week-long Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga – a morning Mysore Intensive, 11-15 November
To kick start our regular morning Mysore program, we’re having another five date intensive. During the week, students will learn the basic how-to’s of starting a Mysore-style of practice. Students with existing practices may also attend. We will focus on breath, alignment and review all practicalities that are required when commencing a long-term, healthy and stable daily ashtanga yoga practice.
Two Sessions: Sign up for one. Not interchangeable
£60 for five days – Monday through Friday:
6am – 7.30am
7.30am – 9am
Maximum 20 places – Booking Essential
Guest Teacher Melanie Frome will be doing a one off Vinyasa Elemental Flow class this Wednesday at 7pm.
This Vinyasa flow yoga class will begin with the earth element allowing everyone to connect with their inner strength. Slowly waking up the body by drawing on the element of water with fluid and progressive sequences synchronized with the breath. Building the heat within & igniting your fire by concentrating on the core of the body & moving with the increasing tempo of the music. After reaching the peak, we will cool down by incorporating the air elements before we finally complete our journey and finish with a deep restive state that allows us to draw on the final element of space.
For all levels of students, as most asanas will have modifications to allow each person to apply to their own abilities.
Melanie is assistant studio director at 5 Elements Yoga in Brampton, Canada and is currently a student of Rod Stryker (ParaYoga), and has taken workshops with Seane Corne and Sadie Nardini. She is also beginning her journey towards becoming a Certified Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist through the Himalayan Institute studying with Kathryn Templeton.
Week-long Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga – a morning Mysore Intensive, 14-18 October
During this five date intensive, students will learn the basic how-to’s of starting a Mysore-style of practice. Students with existing practices may also attend. We will focus on breath, alignment and review all practicalities that are required when commencing a long-term, healthy and stable daily ashtanga yoga practice.
Two Sessions: Sign up for one. Not interchangeable (if you sign up for the early slot, you stick with that slot).
£60 for five days – Monday through Friday:
6:30 am-8 (Arrive between 6:30 and 6:45 am – finish your practice by 8 am).
8-9:30 am (Arrive between 8-8:15 am – finishing your practice by 9:30 am).
Martin and Laura Davison are offering a workshop on Saturday October 5 looking at how shiatsu can support yoga practice.
Saturday 5 October, 1000-1600, Cost: £45
Bookings through 01224 662878 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re really looking forward to a lovely day of yoga and deep relaxation with Martin and Rebecca on Saturday 20th July at the studio.
In the morning we will do a strong and invigorating Ashtanga practice followed by Yoga Nidra, paying particular attention to the physical effects we experience. After a break for lunch, we’ll open, release and relax with a Yin Yoga practice, followed again by Yoga Nidra, this time focussing on the energetic.
Both the morning and afternoon asana sessions will work towards Yoga Nidra (deep yogic relaxation) with a view to exploring the different effects on the state of the body and mind as we take different avenues towards relaxation.
The workshop now has ONLY 1 PLACE LEFT – booking essential – contact us if you’d like the last place!
Saturday 20 July, 1000-1600. £45 or £35 concession.
There are a series of workshops on at the studio every month going forward, have a look at our workshop and courses page for details.
We’re pleased to share the happy news that our lovely fellow teacher Karen Rennie has successfully completed her degree in painting at Gray’s School of Art. Her degree show is now on, open to the public from 1000-2000 through the week and 1000-1700 on the weekend.
For more information, see here
I’m deeply saddened to report the passing of a regular and well-liked attendee at the studio – Paul van Lamsweerde was unfortunately killed in a ski accident in the south of France.
Paul was out skiing on his own in one of the resorts which is glaciated and he hit the wall of a crevasse and died from the impact.
His friend Ross Hewitt has written a lovely eulogy which you can access here – http://rosshewittblog.wordpress.com/tag/paul-van-lamsweerde/
Our favourite laid-back, Yin-tastic, ‘be-with-how-things-are-now’ teacher and studio owner is back from his well-deserved trekking holiday in Bolivia.
We’ve missed him and we’re glad to have him back sharing his grounded stability and gentle, open-hearted teaching!
Make the most of the chance to learn from his vast experience in either his deeply-opening Yin classes or his fun, explorative Dynamic classes. Both have the potential to take your practice to new depths and heights!
Natalia Alvarez will be starting a new Yoga Dance Class on Wednesday mornings from 0930 to 1040.
Expressive and Corrective Yoga Movement (ECYM) is a very active and dynamic Dancing Yoga that helps build flexibility, strength and body awareness. Classes are a fun and effective way to get fit, improve posture, become more flexible, look after your mind and body, relax, express yourself and view life more positively.
Every class focuses on a specific chakra, exercising and stretching different muscle groups to get that specific energy flowing better. When this happens, not only does our body benefit, our mind and attitude to life can improve too.
Natalia is an experienced Dancing Yoga teacher and an accredited Body Therapist under System of Centers of Energy (Sistema de Centros de Energía) Dr. Hugo Ardiles School, Buenos Aires. She also holds a PG Certificate in Coaching (University of Aberdeen).
For more information, contact her on email@example.com