Yoga Workshops in Guildford
Deepen your yoga practice with GuildfordYoga workshops
These are held on Sunday mornings in Bramley Village Hall, Guildford every 6-8 weeks.
As a longer session (2.5 hours) workshops allow you to deepen your yoga practice, covering postures and techniques that cannot be accommodated in the regular group classes. Each workshop covers a different topic, just ask if there is something you’d like to focus on.
Workshop places are limited so prior booking is highly recommended.
The next workshop…
Date: Sunday 21 January 2018
Cost: £22, booking recommended
Location: Bramley Village Hall
Topic: Natural De-tox
Christmas and New Year is a time for family and pleasure, but it can leave you feeling a little… sluggish and over-indulged. Join us for this energising session. We’ll focus on yoga practices that stimulate the body’s natural cleansing processes. Starting with Bhastrika, a pumping bellow’s breath, to strengthen the abdominals and create heat to stimulate elimination. Then we’ll continue with sun salutations and standing poses to speed up metabolism and burn-off fat. Backbends and abdominal stretches will follow to stimulate the liver and spleen, then twisting poses to squeeze and release the gut – helping to relieve that ‘I ate too much over Christmas’ feeling. We’ll then slow down with forward bending postures to stimulate the kidneys; before finishing with a deep relaxation to restore energy levels.
- This will be a strong session suitable for all, except pregnant ladies.
- Equipment is supplied, please bring a blanket, cushion and eye pillow.
- To reserve your place complete the booking form and return with payment by 16 Jan.
- Payment options: cash or cheque (payable to Luci Phipps) in class or pay online.
Future dates for GuildfordYoga workshops
4 March, 22 April, 24 June, 23 September, 11 November
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“… thank you for January’s workshop which I attended. I obviously did something to thoroughly ‘de-tox’, as I’ve discovered that I am now pregnant!”