RM Yoga

New Year Yang and Yin Yoga Workshop
Friday 4th January 2019, 7-9pm
Scouts Hut, Springfield Lane, Weybridge

Join me for a special New Year candle-lit vinyasa flow yoga to strengthen the body followed by floor based yin sequence and supported poses to promote openness and clarity. The workshop will culminate in a sweet final relaxation to soothe and settle the nervous system and time to set your intention(s) for the year ahead.

Places are £20 in advance, please email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ] if you’d like to book your place.

 

 

Candle-Lit Sunday Night Restorative Yoga Workshops at Scouts Hut, Weybridge

Sunday 23rd December 5-7pm
Sunday 20th January 2019 5-7pm
Sunday 24th February 2019 5-7pm
Sunday 17th March 2019 5-7pm

In these super mellow candle-lit restorative yoga workshops we’ll practice mindful movement, soothing restorative yoga, pranayama (the movement of energy with breath) that will create equilibrium in the nervous system and seated meditation. The practice will cumulate in a blissful guided savasana.

In these super mellow candle-lit restorative yoga workshops we’ll practice mindful movement, soothing restorative yoga, pranayama (the movement of energy with breath) that will create equilibrium in the nervous system and seated meditation. The practice will cumulate in a blissful guided savasana.

Restorative Yoga is a quiet, contemplative practice where a state of active relaxation is cultivated through a sequence of supported poses, mindful movement and breath awareness. Props such as bolsters,blankets and yoga blocks are often used to create optimal support as positions can be held for several minutes at a time to encourage deeper release and opening within the body, mind and breath and feelings of tranquility and peacefulness.

These workshops are suitable for all levels of yoga practitioners from complete beginners to the more experienced. Pre booking is essential, places cost £20pp, to book email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ], thanks!