The 5 Elements for Living by Emily Reed
Emily Reed has studied ancient eastern wellness (mainly Ayurveda & Yoga) for over 15 years and teaching for a decade. In this blog post she explores how the 5 Elements (earth, water, fire, air & space) and the science of Ayurveda can reduce and alleviate suffering for the individual as well as communities and society overall.
With Tanja Mickwitz
Join Tanja a special Mythical Flow workshop combining inspirational story-telling of the Indian myths with a creative vinyasa practice and ending with a long, deep savasana to fully relax.
We’re simplifying our pricing options from 1 April. Read on to find out more.
How to Meditate - 6 Week Course
With Laurent Roure
Join Laurent Roure for this modern, non-dogmatic and unique meditation course. A great opportunity to experience a broad range of techniques which are derived from the universal teachings of Mindfulness, Spanda, Advaita, Vedic and Eastern/Western spiritual philosophies.
Meditational Sound Healing Journey with Cacao
With Sonia Anderson
Sonia Anderson creates a beautiful sanctuary where you can come to deeply relax by listening to the wonderful sounds from her crystal singing bowls, Gongs, Tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, shamanic drum, chimes and rainstick.
Easter Yoga Retreat
Over the Easter Bank Holiday, Norman Blair and Dina Cohen are again offering this wonderful opportunity to practise together in the beautiful space of Oxonhoath. Space where we can bend, extend and mindfully mend.
Relax + Restore + Stillness
With Adelene Cheong
Join Adelene for this regular event every third Friday of the month to relax into the weekend.
These courses are suitable for complete beginners and for anyone looking to brush up on their yoga basics. So if you are new to yoga, or simply curious our beginner yoga courses are a perfect way to get started.
We are currently recruiting for a Yoga Manager and a Finance Assistant. Read on to find out more about these opportunities to join The Life Centre team.
Embracing Quiet: A Yin Yoga Workshop
With Anna Taylor
An afternoon of yin and restorative yoga to drop inwards, quieten and revive.
Facial Reflexology is a method of stimulation of energetic points on the face. Sharing the same principles as Foot Reflexology, Face Reflexology works to identify, through palpation and consultation, imbalances within the body and then aims to rebalance through a planned sequence of techniques. Using hands and fingers, facial muscles and nerve endings are stimulated and re-invigorated, opening up the energy (Chinese Meridian) channels throughout the body.
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