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Yoga Workshops are a great way to expand your understanding of the yoga tradition and deepen both your asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing technique) practice. 

Upcoming & Past Events

  • Bliss in Greece Yoga ReTREAT
    Sat, 26 Jun
    Aegialis Hotel & Spa
    Join me for 6 days at the 5-star luxury resort Aegialis Hotel & Spa. With yoga twice a day, a complimentary massage, delicious organic meals and plenty of activities to enjoy on the island and within the resort, you can be sure this will be an experience you don't want to miss out on!
  • The Science of Presence - experience the gift of getting calm
    Sat, 26 Sep
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    This workshop is for anyone who: • Has a busy life/ busy mind • Has been feeling anxious/ ungrounded • Wants to feel more stable & calm • Isn’t sleeping or digesting well • Feels quick to anger/ or gets lost in emotional charge
  • Got Ya Back! - Backbend Workshop with Rebecca Hannah
    Sat, 19 Sep
    Chute Pavillion
    A fun exploration of dynamic stretching, active flexibility drills and techniques and how you can integrate them into your yoga/movement practice not only to gain flexibility but also strength in your new range of motion.
  • Wellness & Crafts Fair
    Sun, 31 May
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Join us for a day to connect with like-minded beings, learn some techniques and practices to improve your well-being, try out essential oils to assist you in your daily living, gift yourself a therapy, get to know amazing people behind small local businesses who are creating great things
  • PLAY ~ Practice Lightness, and Amuse Yourself
    Sat, 25 Apr
    Chute Pavillion
    Come play with us in a fun light-hearted workshop aimed towards arms and hand balances and inversions. We will pay particular attention to transitioning in and out of postures =)
  • Budokon with Anneke
    Sun, 29 Mar
    Chute Pavillion
    Mobility, Flexibility, Strength, Animal Locomotion. Slow, controlled movements. Techniques are learned through repetition & precision, the emphasis being on transitions from posture to posture.
  • Candle-lit Yin 19:30~Pranayama Yintegration
    Fri, 06 Mar
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.
  • Candle-lit Yin 18:00~Pranayama Yintegration
    Fri, 06 Mar
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.
  • Winter Rest, Reflection & Restoration ~ Yin Yoga & Sound Bath
    Fri, 21 Feb
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
  • Fusion Flow ~ Dragon Dance
    Sat, 08 Feb
    Chute Pavillion
    A fluid, energising practice that focuses on repetition, fluidity, coordination and the cultivation of strength and flexibility. A set sequence that gets better and easier every time you do it.
  • Candle-lit Yin 19:30~Niyamas Yintegration
    Fri, 07 Feb
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.
  • Candle-lit Yin 18:00~Niyamas Yintegration
    Fri, 07 Feb
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.
  • Myofascial Release Workshop
    Sat, 25 Jan
    Chute Pavillion
    Discover techniques to clear up tension in your bodily tissues to prepare yourself to get deeper into your yoga practice and feel less constricted in your life.
  • ᔕᗩᑕᖇEᗪ ᑕᗩᑕᗩO ᑕEᖇEᗰOᑎY
    Sun, 12 Jan
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Explore ways of connecting to our deepest, truest natures, the rhythms of the earth and cosmos & allow our unique and abundant feminine gifts to overflow as we create a rich experience of life we are worthy of. Yoga and embodied movement, meditative journeying, sound healing, mantra & much more!
  • Fusion Flow ~ Dragon Dance
    Sat, 11 Jan
    Chute Pavillion
    A fluid, energising practice that focuses on repetition, fluidity, coordination and the cultivation of strength and flexibility. A set sequence that gets better and easier every time you do it.
  • Candle-lit Yin 19:30~Niyamas Yintegration
    Fri, 03 Jan
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.
  • Candle-lit Yin 18:00~Yamas Yintegration
    Fri, 03 Jan
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.
  • Candle-lit Yin 19:30 ~Yamas Yintegration
    Thu, 19 Dec
    Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures (mainly passive floor postures) are held for longer periods of time (between 3 to 5 minutes) which allows us to work the deeper "yin" tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones.