Yoga WorkshopsThe Way to Extend and Expand Your Yoga Experience
Yoga workshops explore aspects of yoga in more detail during a 3 hour session.
Future Yoga Workshops
The next yoga workshop will be focused on..
The importance of counter postures in your yoga practice.
Saturday 13th March 2017
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
at Dyfatty Community Centre, SA1 1NB
Please contact me to book a place. (There are currently 9 spaces available, last updated on 20/4/17)
Provisional future Workshop Dates
Saturday 1st July 2017 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Saturday 19th August 2017 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
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Previous Yoga Practice Workshops
- Standing and Lying āsana
- Back bends and seated āsana
- Working with counter postures
- Variation and Modification of āsana
- Moving your spine and releasing tension
- Staying focused during āsana, prānāyāma and dhyāna – (postures, breathing techniques, meditation).
Yoga Practice Workshops
3 hour yoga workshop will include two 45 minute practice sessions, a theory session and a break. There will be opportunities to explore ideas through observation and discussion.
Yoga workshops are suitable for all levels of students including beginners. Please feel welcome to suggest a topic of a future workshop that you would like to study in more detail, e.g. group of postures, sequencing of practice, counter postures, breath in postures, specific work on an area of the body, etc…
Yoga Practice Workshop Costs and Details
£30 for 3 hour session.
Place will be offered on a first come basis, (min 6, max 12 students).
Bookings will be taken up to 4 days before the session, if there aren’t spaces in the yoga workshops you request to attend I will add your name to a reserve list. I will give at least 24 hours notice if I need to cancel a session.
I really loved the workshop thank you very much! I was initially a bit worried that a 3-hour session straight after work might be a bit much but I thought it was just right with the two 45-minute sessions of practice split up with the theory sessions and a break. It was good to meet new people and watch those who are more experienced and to learn more about the different types of asanas.Jackie
Thanks for workshop, I enjoyed it. It was good as a refresher for the things that I remembered from our one to one sessions, but also for new information. It’s surprising too the little things that you pick up like it not being important to keep your legs straight in the forward bend as posture being more about the back. It’s amazing that after years of practice, you can still pick up very useful tips that have evaded you. I like the style of yoga you teach and felt very relaxed after the workshop which I think was due to focusing on my breath in postures that I do not always manage to do.Chris