Seasonal Yoga Workshop – Autumn

Saturday 17th November, 1.30-5.00pm, Evergreen Wellness Centre, Letchworth


Autumn – the nights are drawing in, the temperatures are dropping and the leaves are falling. In seasonal yoga the Autumn is associated with the element of metal, and the energy channels of the Lungs/Large Intestine. The energy channels are in the arms & shoulders so Autumn features lots of arm/shoulder & chest movement, as well as having a big focus on breathing and ventilating the lungs. This is the time to breathe deeply in and out – and let go of what no longer serves you!


Join me for an Autumn - oriented Yin/Yang Yoga practice, including pranayama (breathwork), relaxation and meditation. We will briefly discuss the seasonal approach and end the afternoon sharing a drink, snack and a chat.


Price: my weekly students £25 (in advance), others £28 (in advance) £35 on the day.


For further details or to book your space, contact me.


Yoga Retreat 2019

Tuesday 21 – Thursday 23 May

Dower House, Hexton, Herts


Join me 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 in to 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 in the pretty village of Hexton. 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.


The food provided is vegan; delicious, nourishing and plentiful.


All-inclusive price includes accommodation, yoga practice and discussion groups, food (from dinner Tuesday to lunch Thursday), unlimited drinks.

Spaces are limited to 12 people.


Contact Rachel for full details.


“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

© Ahimsa Yoga 2018