The theme of April’s Yin Yoga workshop is a Spring Clean…

As we (finally) leave winter behind, we already may be feeling a surge of newness and energy through our body. Just as nature enters a cycle of renewal, growth and expansion, so we do too.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Wood is the energy of spring and this represents the Liver and Gallbladder. We’ll therefore work towards nourishing our Liver and the Gallbladder which support the body’s natural digestion and detoxification functions. This helps us to ensure we move through spring with renewed energy and vitality.


Have been coming since October and Yin Yoga is my absolute favourite!

The workshops are amazing!

Our Yin workshops are seriously indulgent and delicious!

These 2.5 hour sessions work at reaching parts of the body that other yoga doesn’t quite manage. Despite it’s chilled and relaxed appearance YIN yoga is both mentally and physically challenging BUT it in an incredibly supportive and nurturing way.

Yin poses are mainly seated or lying down and blankets, blocks & cushions are used to support the safe & comfortable opening of the body as the poses are held for several minutes.

Yin yoga works on so many levels. On a physical level it releases stiffness in the joints and muscles. It works with the meridian lines of our body to help Chi (energy) flow freely. On an emotional and spiritual level it begins to release layers of baggage and junk that we weren’t able to fully process at the time.

It’s a truly freeing type of yoga that I believe everyone will benefit from.

Feel the layers of suppressed emotion and excessive tightness start to unravel and release so you can EXPERIENCE YOU AGAIN.

These workshops are designed to make you feel AMAZING.