Workshops/Retreats

Yoga workshops run in conjunction with Phoenix Yoga Studio

Rest, Restore & Reset ~ Time Out For You ~ Sun March 24th 2.30 – 4.30pm

We will enjoy a slow and relaxing yin and restorative yoga practice. We have long holds in poses supported with bolsters and props to ensure total comfort and ease, wrapped in cosy blankets. The practice will end with a lovely yoga nidra, also known as yogic sleep!

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The Hibernation Sessions – Rest, Relax & Renew – Sunday’s Dec 16th & 30th from 1-3pm

In the Celtic calendar, Autumn Equinox represents a point of balance, when day and night are of equal length. It marks the beginning of the more dormant phase of the year, where we move from active (yang energy), to a more restful and reflective (yin) state. This practice will facilitate this shift, and help you attune to what it is you need at this time to be healthy, grounded and vibrant for the season ahead.

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Become Present – Yoga for Grounding -1-3pm, Sunday October 21st 2018

The theme of this yoga practice is to bring us into the present moment.  Often we live very much in our minds, spending vast amounts of time  planning ahead or thinking back, this yoga practice can help us become more at peace by relaxing in to the here and now, otherwise we often miss the beauty…

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Sunday Slow Down -Yoga to Rest, Relax & Renew 1-3pm Sunday Aug 19th 2018.

This workshop combines three practices, Yin Yoga , Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra. One practice flows into the other and the design and intention of the practice is for you to experience a deep sense of peace and wellness in body, mind and spirit. These are the 3 most relaxing practices within the Yoga tradition.

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Become Present – Yoga for Grounding -1-3pm, Sunday 27th May 2018

The theme of this yoga practice is to bring us into the present moment. Often we live very much in our minds, spending vast amounts of time planning ahead or thinking back, this yoga practice can help us become more at peace by relaxing in to the here and now, otherwise we often miss the beauty in the present moment.

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