Recalibrating the nervous system. A floor based 60 minute yin yoga practise. A session that acts as a soothing balm, a decompression chamber, for your brain and spinal cord – our central nervous system.
Suitable for pre and post training for all levels. This is a great practice for deep stretch, improve mobility, pre-train motivate, post-train relax.
A soulful relief of a slower flowing, lubricating 60 minute class. The solace of turning inwards through a gentle and quieter practise, inviting solutions to arise and awaken from within.
A slow moving, completely calming series that is focused on self-love and self-care. We spend between 2-6 minutes in each posture, going deep into relaxation and breath focus to create space for both the body and mind to soften.
Learn how to use myofascial and trigger point self- release using props, combined with targeted stretching and postural adjustments both if you already have shoulder pain, or to prevent it from happening.
Rose will be guiding you through a relaxing yin practice helping to release tension from hamstrings, hips, shoulders and spin and calming down the nervous system.
Clare will take you through different and simple techniques that help you open up he nose and the sinuses. Make this your morning routine before starting your day.
Starting by connecting to your breath through pranayama, invigorating the energy within the body and finishing with the So’ Hum meditation. Suitable for all levels.
In this short tutorial, Mirthe will teach you a simply yet effective strategy on how to switch over from the fight-or-flight nervous system so many of us are in constantly, to the healing ‘rest-and-digest’ nervous system.
Alix will guide you through this pranayama session, which is a control of the breath, of the expansion of the life-force energy, to calm the mind and prepare for meditation.
Mirthe will teach you some simple yet effective techniques on how to engage and train your deep core muscles both after injury and to prevent low back issues
Harvest the power of long held yin postures to release your diaphragm and hip flexors to find more space to breathe. This sequence is perfect to end a busy day and find calmness.
Join Athena for a class brimming with self-care, commencing with a gorgeous foot massage, then some simple and soothing stretches to release tension from the neck and shoulders, followed by the rest of the body.
Start your day with a deeper connection to yourself and infuse your morning with peace, grounding and radiating self-love.
Starting at the root, we begin grounding with forward folds stimulating the vagus nerve and the parasympathetic nervous system to calm the body and mind.
Particularly beneficial for those who suffer from back pain which is very common in pregnancy. The ligaments in your body became softer and can put a strain on the joints of your lower back and pelvis, which can cause back pain.
Martyna will take you through this simple breathing exercises to improve your mental and physical health.
In this session Mike will lead a meditation moving through the seven chakras, the spinning energetic wheels located along sushumna, the central nadi, using the biji (seed) sounds.
During pregnancy stretching can offer many benefits. It can help you stay fit, relaxed and prepare you for labour as well as helps ease some of the aches and pains you might experience.
Sound vibration and chanting elevates and opens the heart. Siri Sadhana Kaur leads simple kundalini mantra chants as a way to access the self as the stringed instrument.
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