Workshops and Events

“What if I fall?” Oh but my darling, What if you fly?” 

Erin Hanson

Restorative Yoga Workshop

September 25th 7pm

Restoration and Relaxation- an evening of Restorative Yoga. Restorative Yoga can be a valuable tool for self-care, especially in challenging times. Restorative yoga helps to regulate the stress response and rebalance the nervous system, enhancing our capacity to heal.

This evening will not focus on stretching or strengthening, but on releasing tension in the body through long-held poses designed to support and comfort. In this deeply nourishing practice we will relearn the art of relaxation, and develop the ability to self soothe.

Yoga in the Reserve Charity Event

September 26th 10am

Support Hayle Park Nature Reserve by joining our morning of outdoor Yoga. Practicing yoga in nature is an incredible experience, and can deepen our connection to nature and to ourselves. 

I will be teaching a gentle flowing class, focusing on exploration of movement and breath. Open to all abilities. Families welcome.

Nature reserves are vital havens to wildlife, and need our support. We are asking for a £10 donation to be made to the reserve.

Chandra Namaskar – A Moon Salutation Yoga Workshop

Saturday, 12 September 2020 from 10-11:30am

Moon Salutations cultivate soothing lunar energy, finding new equilibrium in our stressful, fast-paced world. This sequence invites you to draw your awareness inward and cultivate introspection, allowing you to connect to the ebbs and flow of energy.

In this workshop we will break down each pose, slowly building up to the full flow of this beautiful sequence. The workshop will include a Full Moon intention of Release and a guided relaxation to clear the mind and soothe the body. You’ll walk away feeling more confident in moving through the transitions of poses, developing awareness, alignment and mindfulness of movement. All levels welcome!

Autumn Recharge – Yoga Retreat Day

Saturday, 3 October 2020 from 9am-5pm

“Autumn whispered to the wind’ “I fall; but always rise again.’ ~ Angie Weiland-Crosby

I Love Autumn, it is my favourite time of year. It’s a time to nurture and recharge both body and mind. In this workshop you will have the chance to refocus, rebalance and restore, leaving you with a overall sense of calm, clarity and deeper connection for the new season ahead.

This yoga retreat day will consist of two yoga sessions (90 minutes each), a mindful, silent, walk through the beautiful Loose Valley, where we will connect with nature, a group session giving us the opportunity to share and connect as we discuss yoga philosophy, and how we can invite it’s teachings into our daily life, as well as meditation and pranayama practices.

The morning yoga session will be a slow vinyasa flow class, focusing on opening the heart and throat chakras. The afternoon session will focus on the natural element of EARTH, which will be more of a restorative / yin yoga class, focusing on grounding in the base chakras.

There will be a small break in the day, where you can have your lunch, take a break, do whatever you feel.

Finding Your Flow -Building a Home Yoga Practice Workshop

Saturday, 10 October 2020 from 10-11:30am

Are you ready to invite your yoga practice into your home (or anywhere outside of the studio!), but aren’t quite sure where to start? If so, join me in this workshop as we explore and develop a home practice that is right for you.

We will discuss:
*The benefits of developing a personal home practice.
*Setting up for your home practice
*How to dedicate the “right” amount of time for your practice
*How to build a balanced sequence to suit you day to day.
*How to find freedom in your practice.

Practicing at home can deepen your understanding of what yoga means to you personally, and allow your practice to evolve, connecting with your inner-teacher. After this workshop you will feel more confident and inspired to start, or build on, your home yoga practice.

This workshop is suitable for everyone. Please wear comfortable clothing. Also, you may want to bring a notebook or journal to take notes, or write down any ideas that you feel inspired to explore later on!

 “Shannon’s classes are always fun and her energy is off the scale! She always makes me leave smiling and ready to face the world!”

– Lindsay (Maidstone, Kent)
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