RM Yoga


Winter Solstice Yoga Workshops
Sunday 21st December 2014
2-4pm and 5-7pm
The Scouts Hut, Springfield Lane, Weybridge, Surrey

As the year draws to a close and before the Christmas festivities begin in earnest, take a little time out to nourish yourself on the Winter solstice weekend. We’ll practice mindful movement, soothing restorative yoga, pranayama (the movement of energy with breath) that will create equilibrium in the nervous system and meditation to focus us on santosha (contentment). Our practice will cumulate in a blissful guided savasana.

These workshops are suitable for all levels of experience and places are £15 in advance. To book please email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ].

Please note that the 5-7pm workshop is now full, there are spaces available at the 2-4pm session. 

Journey Through the Chakras Yoga Workshop, Sunday 31st August, The Scouts Hut, Weybridge

Join me on Sunday 31st August from 5pm – 7pm for a yoga workshop to explore the seven chakras at The Scouts Hut on Springfield Lane, Weybridge.

In this workshop we’ll take a journey through the seven energy centres, or chakras, that reside within the subtle body. We’ll work up from the base to the crown and look to create balance and harmony through the whole system, with a combination of mindful movement, gentle core work, restorative yoga, meditation and pranayama.

Places are £15 each in advance and the workshop is suitable for all levels of experience. To book please please email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ].

This year’s Yoga Garden Party in aid of The HOPE Foundation takes place on Saturday 26th July at Commonwork near Sevenoaks, Kent. Now in it’s fourth year, our yoga event has raised over £23,000 which goes directly to improve the lives of the street and slum children in Kolkata, India.

There’s a great selection of yoga classes to try with some of our favourite UK teachers including Simon Low, Liz Lark, Catherine Annis, Fiona Agombar, Colin Dunsmuir, Gill Lloyd, Tuesday McNeill and more plus a real variety of classes to try from a gong bath to vinyasa flow, kundalini yoga to vedic chant.

In addition there’s a host of well being treatments to induldge in from Indian Head Massage, Reiki to Bowen, delicious fresh food and drink, live music, kirtan and fun stuff and yoga for kids.

The day is only £25 per person (kids under 16 are free) or you can make a whole weekend of it for £295 (includes two night accommodation, some meals, the Garden Party on the Saturday and day of yin and yang yoga with Simon Low on the Sunday).

To find out more about the event check out www.charityyogaday.org.uk and you can see for yourself what a special day it is from this video from last year’s event here .

It would be wonderful to have your support, if you can make it please do come along!


Candle-lit Winter Solstice Yoga Workshop – SOLD OUT! 
Sunday 22nd December
The Scouts Hut, 20 Springfield Lane, Weybridge, KT13 8AW

As the year draws to a close and before the Christmas festivities begin in earnest, take a little time out to nourish yourself on the Winter solstice weekend. This deeply rejuvenating candle lit restorative yoga workshop will prepare you for the festive period feeling peaceful, compassionate and full of gratitude.

For more info and to book please call Ruth on 07956 244177 or email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ].

£15 in advance or £20 on the night (places are limited). All levels of yoga experience welcome.

25 % profit will be donated to Leuka, the Leukemia cancer charity.


The human body, at peace with itself
Is more precious than the rarest gem
Cherish your body, it is yours this one time only
The human form is won with difficulty
It is easy to lose
All worldly things are brief
Like lightening in the sky
This life you must know
As the tiny splash of a raindrop
A thing of beauty that disappears even as it comes into being
Therefore set your goal
Make use of every day and night
To achieve it

Thank you to yoga teacher Norman Blair for sharing this beautiful poem by 14th Century Tibetan Meditation teacher Tsongkapa