Upcoming classes and offerings
Yin Immersion | Loving Kindness
Saturday 27 March @Yoganic 2-4.15pm
“If you lived in your heart, you’d be home right now.” ~ Rumi
The greatest gift we can offer ourselves and others is our loving attention. To be held with tenderness and acceptance each moment of our lives. Yet, often we allow the critical voice to narrate our lives rather than seeing ourselves through the lens of love and being kind to ourselves. Let’s discover a new way of being and relating to ourselves.
Give yourself the gift of your time and attention - enjoy an afternoon of nourishing yin poses, mindfulness meditations and healing breath practices to deeply relax your whole body and mind. Relish in a full body surrender and cultivate the capacity to be with ourselves and this moment with kindness. This is the pathway to peace, wellbeing and feeling ‘at home’ within ourselves each moment of our lives. Our heart knows no bounds - as we cultivate the capacity to embrace our whole self, we widen our embrace to hold others also.
To support your practice, please bring any props available, such as blankets, pillows, bolsters and/towels.
“The most precious gift we can offer anyone is our attention. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
1 Hour Yin Bliss classes @ Yoganic
💫 7.45-8.45pm Wednesday 24 March
💫 4-5pm Sunday 28 March
💫 5.15-6.15pm Sunday 28
💫 7.45-8.45pm Wednesday 31 March
Private and Group offerings
Allow me to develop and offer a one-on-one or group practice to suit your needs and goals. Private yoga is perfect for those new to yoga or seeking to deepen their practice. Whilst group offerings provide a wonderful opportunity for friends, teams, colleagues, students and families to come together to connect, relax and rejuvenate.
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She is warm & welcoming, empathetic and insightful, really well informed - and her passion for Mindfulness shines through in her work." Meditation & Mindfulness Living Student
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