Regular workshops, 'at-home' retreats and Yin and Gong Baths all shared online and in the studio when we can.
Three workshops to explore the key elements of any yoga practice, breath, bandha and drishti to cultivate presence of mind, focus and stability for a transformational practice.
- Suitable for all levels of practice.
- These workshops will be recorded and available for 7 days.
£20 or £55 for all 3.
- We encourage you to attend all three 90 min workshops although each will stand alone to improve your awareness.
- A workshop to learn the methods and layers of pranayama practices. To learn the beauty, subtly and profound benefits of a pranayama practice.
Sunday 24 January 9-10.30am book here
- Work deeply with the element of the three locks and concepts linking them to the breath and bandhas to find both lightness and a sense of grounding, not only in your practice but in your life too.
Sunday 21 February 9-10.30am book here
In this workshop we will explore the quieter aspects of practice. How gaze 'drishti' and sense withdrawal 'pratyahara' open the gates to a deeper perspective, stillness and more profound asana practice and readiness for meditation.
Sunday 21 March 9-10.30am book here
Weekend 'at home' retreats
Join Sarah Vaughan and Becky Pell for a unique 'at home' taste of our popular 'find your balance retreats'.
In this three hour home retreat, we will meet from opposite sides of the globe to begin your weekend in the best way possible.
Sarah will begin with some breath-work, pranayama and asana exploring the qualities and changing nature of the breath. Looking at how we can move both more subtly and expansively with greater awareness and connection to our breath. Becky will then lead you into a deep restorative practice from her home in Australia topped off with a deluxe Yoga Nidra.
We would love you to join us online to take this time to flow, rest, and reconnect with yourself.
8.15-11.30am UK time
Please arrive on your mat prepared with a blanket, a block (book or folded towel), a bolster (or tightly rolled large blanket) and extra layers to keep warm as we settle into the restorative and yoga nidra practice.
You may want to create a quiet sacred space for a blissfully peaceful morning, but please don't worry if family life interrupts you as we will all be on mute and inviting the world around us to settle and join in our bliss.
Sound Bath and restorative Yin practice
These are 'on hold' until we can come together in person again.
Come along and experience the profound energy and relaxation from this most amazing ‘sound bath’. A sound bath makes it easier to arrive in a relaxed state without complicating how to get there.
In the 40 minutes of the class Kate guides you through a restorative Yin sequence with the background of gently resonating sound.
We then shift seamlessly into the second half resting completely supported by blocks and bolsters and bathed in the warmth of blankets and therapeutic sound. Simon Walker 'Sound hearts' sound therapist, uses a variety of sound and frequencing with gongs, Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls and various percussion instruments.
The purpose, and our collective goal, is to induce relaxation and explore personal inquiry. A ‘gong bath’ is a form of sound therapy that cuts through mental chatter creating a meditative state and deep relaxation.
Spaces are limited to allow more space for appropriate distancing between mats - please bring your own equipment and let us know in advance if you need to borrow anything.
Forget silent meditation, ‘sound baths’ are the new way to get headspace
There’s no actually bathing involved…Evening standard
Book a class or course online
Please click here for our timetable, go to the date of your first class for booking. Contact Sarah 07703599609/ email@example.com if you have any questions.