We are all the leaves of one tree. We are all the waves of one sea.
The natural comfort and joy of our being is expressed when the body becomes steady.
Sit still. Ride the breath into the feeling-tone of you and feel the energy you are made of. Stillness = peace = joy = love.
1st trimester “I am pregnant!”. 2nd trimester “I am going to have a baby!”. 3rd trimester “I am going to be a mother (for the rest of my life)!”.
‘It is not enough to realise that there is somewhere to go, you must also be really interested in taking the step.’
‘You are not alone… Feel that you are supported and guided by wonderful and everlasting friends: your breath, the very earth and space around you.’
Group classes with Helen hold a space in which you can explore yoga as a means to moving and breathing creatively, toward a greater sense of overall health and well-being.
Exploring a personal practice is one way for you to deepen your understanding and relationship to yoga. A personal practice can enhance your life and bring about a greater sense of support, physically and emotionally.
Yoga during pregnancy is a wonderful way for you to develop an awareness toward your ever-changing body whilst deepening your bond and love for your growing baby.
Experiential workshops pave the way for an exploration of yoga through practice and theory. Creative and insightful, workshops are an opportunity to take time for ourselves in a peaceful environment.
Expect to explore postures in a creative way and connect to the breath as your friend. Learn to fully relax and find stillness whilst enjoying some philosophy to maintain your curiosity. It is important to me that yoga is accessible and inclusive to anyone who may wish to start.
I teach an approach that is focused around the breath, we move within it’s capabilities because it will be the first to tell you if something is too much, or not enough.
This is how we begin to learn about ourselves. We connect through our movement in postures that are carefully designed and adapted to move you towards something that is more subtle.
After each sequence or part of the practice we offer ourselves time to observe the shifts that have occurred within us. The breath allows us to observe our response.
Then we give ourselves time to listen more inwardly based on our experience.
What do we feel in this precise moment? Finally we reflect. What do I need more of? What do I need less of? In order to move through life with ease.