Tai Chi Workshop

Tai Chi Workshop

This Tai Chi workshop is suitable for new students and more experienced students looking to improve their knowledge of the slow powerful movements of the Yang Style Tai Chi health system. You will come away feeling physically energised and mentally relaxed – a perfect a remedy for London life.

Mindfulness Made Simple Workshop

Mindfulness Made Simple Workshop

Would you like to know more about mindfulness? Did you know that, with practice and a little bit of time, mindfulness can bring about some brilliant benefits? Come along to our Mindfulness Made Simple workshop with our resident hypnotherapist and CBT coach Fiona Worthington. Everyone is welcome; from beginners to those who have been practising for some time.

Stretch Workshop with Cherie Lathey

Stretch Workshop with Cherie Lathey

Are you looking to increase your flexibility? Then this stretch workshop is for you. Many people, whether they are elite athletes or desk bound office workers, need to spend more time stretching to increase their range of motion. Lots of injuries and back problems can have their roots in tightness or in balance in the muscles or stiffness around the joints. This workshop is loosely based on the Yin Yoga principle of holding stretches for 3 to 5 minutes, thus also stretching the fascia that surrounds the muscles.

Fit to Ski Workshop

Fit to Ski Workshop

The ski season is almost upon us. Learn how to reduce your risk of injury and, at the same time, increase your fitness and strength levels to best prepare for the slopes. Our Fit to Ski Workshop focuses…

September Candlelit Yin Yoga Workshop

September Candlelit Yin Yoga Workshop

Yin Yoga is a gentle, slow-paced yoga practice that can help you to deepen your range of motion. It has a specific focus, which is to release the connective tissue of the body. Through this deeper access to the ligaments, fascia and joints, we stimulate the energetic flow within the body. In our yin yoga workshop we will practice floor-based poses in a warm candlelit studio. These poses can be held for up to five minutes, depending on your level of experience. By holding these poses, we encourage relaxation and release in both the mind and the body. We will finish this yoga practice with a Yoga nidra meditation (yogic sleep). You will leave feeling stretched, calm and relaxed.

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