Workshops & Events

The Yoga House hosts workshops on a variety of topics giving you the chance to immerse yourself in your yoga practice.  

This term.......

WINTER THAWING

Workshop with Liz Lark

Friday 2nd March 1230-1430 £25

Welcome the dawning of the Spring with experienced teacher Liz Lark who will creatively guide you through a vinyasa practice with relaxation and meditation. CONTACT LIZ@LIZLARK.COM TO BOOK

RELAX INTO JOY- YOGA NIDRA

Workshop with Julia Maitland

Friday 9 March 1230-1430 £27

Join Julia for this two hour immersion into the ancient art of Yoga Nidra - the Sleep of Awakening.  This workshop is all about finding a state of effortlessness and ease.  The workshop will take you through different methods of relaxation including gentle movement and we will explore the ways that Yoga Nidra can offer healing and strengthening.  If you are feeling frazzled after the festive period and would like to detox, revitalise and rejuvenate all by simply lying under a blanket then this is the workshop for you! The session will finish with a long session of guided Yoga Nidra to take you to a deep state of relaxation.  

Please wear warm layers of clothes and bring socks and a pillow to this session.  

BOOK ONLINE OR CONTACT JULIAYOGA@OUTLOOK.COM

AWAKEN INTO SPRING

Workshop with Lolly Patenall

Friday 23 March 1230-1500 £30

Join Lolly for a deep, immersive session to re-emergence this Spring.  A three part workshop including slow yin flow, vinyasa, meditation, pranayama and relaxation.  Twisting in our practice can help to lift our spirits, get stuck energy moving and connect deeply to our breath.  We will also include hip stability which can help ease lower back discomfort.  These workshops are suitable for all levels.

BOOK AT LOLLY@LOLLYYOGA.COM/07595 831048  FACEBOOK LOLLY YOGA

YIN YOGA AND MEDITATION

Workshop with Lucy Lucas £25

Friday 20 April 1930-2130

Come and wind down your weekend with 2 hours of candlelit yin yoga and guided meditation.  Yin yoga is a mindufl, slow form of the practice with long holds of up to 2 minutes.  The intention of yin yoga is to open connective tissue and joints in a safe, relaxed way.  There are no standing poses, and most of the time is spent lying or sitting.  Yin brings us into our relaxation mode, away from our stress response, making this a great practice for coming back to the body and relaxing.