Sit still. Ride the breath into the feeling-tone of you and feel the energy you are made of. Stillness = peace = joy = love.
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.
Through movement and breath, sound and stillness we will explore just some of the many possibilities that yoga can bring both on and off the mat.
To celebrate the longest day of the year, and our chance to come together in community I am offering two events to honour this special occasion:
A guided, peaceful walk to one of the highest and most iconic viewpoints around; Mellor Cross. Some of this walk will be taken in silence and form a walking meditation as we absorb the sounds of nature and notice the subtle changes in light as we go. Upon reaching Mellor Cross we will take in the view and the power of dawn breaking. We will practice a short meditation, reflecting upon the qualities of the sun and our deep connection with nature.
When we have completed I will guide a short movement practice to prepare ourselves for the walk back to our meeting point, or you are welcome to take yourselves peacefully home in your own direction.
This walk will be accompanied by Karen Webber who will help me to co-ordinate the group, numbers are limited to 30.
You will need a head-torch and suitable footwear for this event. Please read the full disclosure before confirming your place.
Celebrate the Summer Solstice in a guided yoga workshop inspired by the Sun.
This transformative afternoon will be anchored in the deep tradition of yoga and inspired by nature, creativity and seasonal change.
The Summer solstice is as an opening into the second half of the year and provides us with an opportunity to pause and reflect upon the journey so far. As the sun stands still and changes direction so to can we, noticing the beauty of nature’s response and that of our own.
Through yoga we can take a mindful approach towards connecting to our internal rhythms and breath, whilst generating heat and inner strength before setting time aside to let go and listen inwardly to our own transformations.
This is space and time for self-care; to connect to intention, to uplift and to celebrate wholeness. Transformative practices enable space to boost confidence, energy and lift mood as well as expand our own sense of potential and possibility.
Community fee: £32 for people who need financial assistance – Use code FRIEND8
Sustainer fee: £40 recommended fee for each class
Supporter fee: For those who can afford to pay a bit more, use the tip option and choose your payment. This enables community members requiring financial assistance to join at a lower rate.
There are a limited number of spaces available for this retreat with social distancing measures in place allowing only 9 people to book on.
Please provide your own equipment for this workshop including a yoga mat, blocks if you have them a blanket and or cushion. I can make sure I have clean yoga mats and blocks for you to use should you need to borrow them.
In every yoga class Helen invites us to move and breathe in ways that are supportive and joyful, connecting to new and helpful movement patterns whilst letting go of deeply held tensions.
There is always time spent in some form of breath-work, meditation and deep stillness as well as the option to use sound and mantra. You will also have the opportunity to share and discuss your experiences as a group.
Contact Helen if you have any questions about this workshop, you can also sign up to her mailing list, read more about Helen’s approach, and practice with her on YouTube to have a greater understanding of her offerings.
I recently attended a yoga workshop with Helen. She is so calm, open and knowledgable. A true Yogi. I would highly recommend a class or workshop for anyone interested in finding out more about the amazing benefits of yoga.