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The Sattvic state is the goal of yoga practice. Bringing breath, body and mind into a united balance that brings health and clarity to the whole system. This 3 Part series offer practices to move us to sattva....

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Join Jill for this Winter Weekend Retreat in Hepburn Springs, embracing the inner reflection of Winter, and paving the way to the abundance of Spring....

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The doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) are the three bodily intelligences according to Ayurveda and Yoga. When we understand how they manifest and organize in our body we begin to know what balances or imbalances us and can take better steps to self care. This 4...

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Structural Yoga Spring Series explores the body in specific parts, offering a practice to support and stabilise each area and link with the elements of nature that support our system....

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Pranayama for Mental Wellbeing - A 6 week online course exploring the benefits of conscious breath and understanding of the techniques....

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Yoga For Sleep - Rest and Digest. A short practice to encourage relaxation....

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Structural Yoga Series explores the body in specific parts, offering a practice to support and stabilise each area and encourage expansion and space through the use of asana and breath....

Wind. Movement. Dry. Mobile. Cool. Light. Subtle. These are all the qualities of the Vata principle according to Yoga and Ayurveda. We are currently in the midst of Autumn (the season where Vata dominates) so it is a worthwhile time to stop and notice the rising...

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Experience the healing power of chant in these monthly workshops....

What is meditation? At its essence it is a space of reflection around external life and a special listening 'within'. We embark on meditation via the instrument of the mind. Yet by the nature of thought, we are using the mind to reflect on itself!!...

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Life Drawing Yoga is a combination of yoga practice followed by life drawing - a creative practice to inspire body and mind....

The path of yoga is never a straight line. Most of the time it’s more like a winding road with some stop signs, the occasional traffic light and at it’s most liberating – a freeway that flows with ease. Our bodies are finely tuned mechanisms...