If you are interested in becoming a bit braver in your yoga practice, explore your limits and fears within your practice or even just work on asanas you may find troublesome, then you can join me on this day in this amazing venue with EXCLUSIVE USE AND COMPLETE SECLUSION. I am going to be teaching at Folly Farm which also offers breath taking views across Chew Valley and the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Surrounded by wildlife and ancient woodlands, we will be able to absorb aspects from our yoga practice within nature.
Don’t be deterred by the length of these sessions, especially if you are a beginner – beginners workshops are for you! It’s the slow but steady nature of this practice that gives the strength and stamina for which yoga so well known. The workshop environment allows time to explore some of the deeper aspects of yoga practice. You will notice themes developing which will feed into your regular classes and practice . Different levels of experience will be catered for – the level of experience required will be made clear.
Saturday the 8th of May:
10:00–12.00 Yoga (asana practice)
13:00–15:00 Yoga (asana practice)
16:00-18:00 Yoga (asana practice)
18:30-20:00 Pranayama restorative
You will need to bring your own snacks and drinks for break time and your own equipment. If you don’t have your own equipment please email me so I can help out and lend you what you need, but no sharing of equipment will be allowed on the day. You will make your permanent station for the day in the hall and allowances will be made for a safe one way system and a 2m distancing.