'.......Just the soft creature of your body love what it loves..' Mary Oliver
Workshops are a wonderful way of exploring your yoga practise with more depth. Generally workshops will be 2 and a half hours or longer, which allows more time and space to dive deeper and find new openings, releases and connection.....
Awaken your mind, body and soul
Saturday 27th February 2016
10.00am to 1.00pm
Unit 4, Yoga Studio, 20 - 26 Roundhill Street, Brighton
All levels welcome, booking required
In nature, spring is the time of renewal, growth and a reaching up towards the light, we can support ourselves to be more in-tune with nature's rhythms by embracing these natural forces.
In this workshop we will be exploring how to awaken our body, mind and souls with an emphasis on working with the principles of levity in the spine, pranayamas that clear, awaken and rejuvenate and meditation practices that support clarity and stillness. When we are in stillness we can hear the quite whispers of our soul which help to awaken our sense of who we really are, allowing us to flow and manifest any creative ideas and bring about a sense of inner harmony, peace and joy.
"Every blade of grass has its Angel that bends over it and whispers: "Grow, grow." - The Talmud
To book email Suzy on email@example.com or call 07939 580743
For booking terms and conditions please read below.
Please note booking terms and conditions;
1) Full payment is required when booking a workshop, payment by cash, cheque or online transfer.
2) All payments need to be paid prior to the day of the workshop otherwise the drop in rate will be charged.
3) If for any reason you can not attend a workshop and full payment has been given, if notice is given one month prior to the workshop then the payment minus a £10 administration charge would be returned. If cancellation is within 2 weeks of the workshop then half of the payment will be returned. If cancellation is within one week of the workshop no refund will be given unless the person booking has managed to find another person to fill their space.