WELLNESS WORKSHOPS

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DEEP REST

WITH LYNNE

Friday 12th November 1900 -2030

£15 (Live)

£12 (Online)

A complete Hatha yoga practise, followed by a deep yogic relaxation (Yoga nidra).
The perfect way to end a busy week.

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YIN YOGA WORKSHOP

WITH MANDY

Friday 10th December

£15

Yin Yoga targets the deep connective tissues, bones, joints, fascia and ligaments of the body, increasing flexibility.

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FEEL GOOD FRIDAY

 Friday 22nd October

1900 - 2030

Friday 26th November

1900 - 2030

£15

Life and Soul Wellness with Gill presents

Feel Good Friday

A 90 minute journey to release the stress and pace of the week and slip into the weekend with a revived sense of energy and optimism.


This interactive workshop will include an exploration of a variety of wellness practices that supports your overall physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. 


Booking essential – dm me to book.

Please bring a Journal and pen.

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YOGA AND AYURVEDA FOR SLEEP 

WORKSHOP

WITH SU

Saturday 27th November

£25

In this workshop we will work out your own Ayurvedic make-up, how the increase in pitta energy may affect you, and specific yoga postures and pranayama breathing practices, to pacify pitta and reduce excess heat.

There will be a lovely yoga nidra at the end to leave you feeling calm and relaxed.

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FOUR-WEEK COURSE IN MINDFULNESS WITH PAUL COWPERTWAIT

Paul is offering a four-week mindfulness course, beginning on Wednesday the 10th November, 7.30pm

The cost of the course £30 (or £20 concession).

Clinical studies and research have demonstrated the value of mindfulness practice in improving general mental wellbeing and health, and mindfulness has become a recognised intervention procedure in the treatment of anxiety and depression.    The course aims to cover some of the fundamentals of mindfulness practice that include: bringing awareness to present moment experience, recognising the nature of thoughts, handling difficult emotional situations, and the development of kindness towards oneself and others.  


“I have maintained a regular daily meditation practice since 1985, originally learning mindfulness meditation through Theravada Buddhism, but having a range of experience in meditation and contemplative practices from different philosophical and faith traditions.  My main employment is in the corporate world of the UK water industry, but I am also a masters student in mindfulness practice and theory in the psychology department at Bangor University.  I hope to be able to share with you some of the benefits of mindfulness meditation practice that I have discovered through personal experience of the practice over the years.” - Paul Cowpertwait, October, 2021.