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Upcoming Events

 

March 2018 – Seasonal Yoga Workshop - Spring

 

Saturday 24 March, 2-5pm

Evergreen Centre, Works Road, Letchworth

Price: £23 (my weekly students), £25 others

 

A balancing Yoga Workshop delving into Yin and Yang yoga practices,

pranayama (breathing) and deep relaxation.

Seasonal yoga harmonises yoga practices with the energy of the season –

as nature intended.

These practices will focus on the energy channels (meridians or nadis) of the liver and gall-bladder, embracing the rising energy of Spring; transition & growth.

A Spring practice includes plenty of side bends and twists to refresh and energise the mind & body after the long Winter.

 

We’ll end our afternoon with a nourishing snack and hot drink to fortify us.

 

To book your space contact Rachel: yogateacher@ahimsayoga.co.uk

 

29-31 May, 2018 Yoga Retreat with Rachel - Hertfordshire

 

Join us for 2 days of yoga, meditation, good food, companionship, peace and quiet. Time to wind down and re-energise. Time to just be.

 

You’ll get to delve deep into your practice – experiencing a balance of the dynamic and energising with the restorative and meditative. There will be plenty of free time to relax inside the house, or outside. There are also countryside walks nearby.

 

Our venue, the Dower House, is a large but homely Manor house, set in its own beautiful gardens. We will have exclusive use of the house and grounds during our stay. There is a spacious and light room in which to practice yoga, and 10 large bedrooms over 2 floors. The bedrooms share 5 bathrooms. There are countryside walks from the Manor.

 

The in-house caterer has a reputation for excellent vegan food.

 

All-inclusive price includes accommodation, yoga practice and discussion groups, food (from dinner Tuesday to lunch Thursday), unlimited drinks. £75 deposit (not refundable) secures the place.

 

“The fruition of a committed yoga practice is the capacity to deeply relax the inner struggle with life’s paradoxes. Someone who is steeped in yoga is better able to tolerate the extremes of heat or cold, agility or immobility, sadness or joy, free from psychological confusion, resistance, or struggle”.

                                                                                               Sarah Powers