Meet the Teachers
Graham Burns and the technology of yoga
Graham Burns gives a unique perspective on how yoga can help with the stresses of daily life: as a technology for quietening the mind and understanding our real purpose.
Exploring the Psoas - An Integrated Anatomy Workshop
With Mimi Kuo-Deemer
As one of the deepest muscles of the body, the psoas is responsible for a myriad of functions, ranging from creating stability and structure in the core of the body to facilitating greater freedom and rage of movement.
The knowing Self is not born; It does not die. It has not sprung from anything; nothing has sprung from It. Birthless, eternal, everlasting, and ancient, It is not killed when the body is killed.
Katha Upanishad (1.2.18)
With Kate Walker
In this 2-hour vinyasa flow workshop we will look at tricks and step-by-step guides to get into arm balances confidently.
Yoga, Qigong and Meditation (long) Weekend Retreat in Normandy, France
Listed as one of the ’5 Life-Changing Retreats of 2014’ by spafinder.com, this retreat’s blend of yoga and qigong is the perfect occasion to restore and rejuvenate in time for spring. Best of all, it’s just three hours from London.
Oasis of Sound: A Journey into the Heart of Sound
With Anne Malone
Join Anne every second Friday of the month for a sound bath to sooth you into your weekend.
“One becomes firmly established in practice only after attending to it for a long time, without interruption and with an attitude of devotion.” ~ Yoga Sutra I.14
Outlets are important to Paul and they aid further development of his bodywork experience. These may be of a physical nature or the appreciation of the arts.
Bandha and Mudra - The Destroyers of Old Age and Death
With Graham Burns
In many yoga classes, we are encouraged to ‘engage our bandhas’ – but what does that really mean?
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