Welcome to my yoga events page where you can find out about all the events I’m involved in either teaching or a supportive role.
Even if you are very new to yoga, I would highly recommend attending an extended class or workshop. When we have to limit our time to experience ourselves on a yoga mat, we are often in danger of missing things.
At a yoga event, we have time to deepen our understanding considerably. I enjoy monitoring how I feel during a yoga session, what sensations I first can recognise, and as I move through asana or movement sequences, how I change.
As yoga teachers, we must be honest with ourselves and our students; are the asana sequences I teach safe? Even why do I teach them? At a yoga event, I host, either a workshop or retreat we can pick apart the biomechanics and neurological effects of what we call yoga in the 21st century.
I promote a sensitive, intelligent approach to yoga practice, informed by contemporary understanding of how humans work and differ. This is the way forward.
I have been very fortunate to work with some leading figures in contemporary yoga. And I continue to develop my yoga practice and understanding. The following teachers come highly recommended who also run yoga events worth considering. Peter Blackaby, Marc J Acquaviva, Diane Long, John Stirk, Gary Carter and Catherine Annis.
There are, of course, many more teachers who practice and teach informed yoga. These teachers I have worked with and know to be amongst the best.
|14th – 16th February 2020||Yoga Retreat with Erling|
|6th – June 2020||Breath Workshop||ONLINE – BOOK NOW|
|30th – May 2020||Yoga Brunch at Emma’s The Log Shed||CANCELLED|
|18th – July 2020||Movement theory in a modern yoga practice –||ONLINE-|
|6th – June 2020||Awakening Festival Weston Manor||CANCELLED|
|11th – 12th – July 2020||Rhythm Tree Festival Workshops||CANCELLED|
|26th – September 2020||Yoga for Bhopal Breath Workshop||ONLINE- BOOK NOW|
|14th – November 2020||A Compliant Spine in Yoga||ONLINE- BOOK NOW|