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January 2021

New Year 5 day cleanse with Keren (Ayurveda Falmouth)

January 25 @ 8:00 am - January 30 @ 5:00 pm
Your Home
£35

Winter is Vata season and what with the richness of the festive season behind us and then the stress of the current environment - combined this may be leaving us feeling anxious, frazzled and not our most vibrant selves    Join Keren for a 5 day cleanse with a focus on getting grounded, rebalancing the gut and adding immunity boosting foods to our diet. This is nt a 'new year new you' thing and the focus is not weight loss.…

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Winter Seasonal Yintrospection workshop with Keren via ZOOM

January 29
Your Home
£20

Feeling frazzled? and in need of some stillness and rest? Come join our winter yintrospection for 2hrs of yin, ending with a long and sweet Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation) that calms and rebuilds strength. With the Vata season upon us, which goes from late fall into early winter, the weather becomes dry, cold, windy, variable, and inconsistent—qualities associated with the Ayurvedic elements space and air. This energy can lead to an imbalance, which can look like stagnation, insomnia, dry skin,…

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February 2021

Balancing on our hands – a two hour workshop via zoom with Daphne Driscoll from LA

February 20 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Your Home
£25

Description of workshop: Balancing on our feet can be challenging and tricky at the best of times and when we turn upside down and stand on our hands that is a whole other story, it can be scary and daunting but also extremely exciting. This 2 hour workshop will take you through an exciting journey of inversions and arm balances.  You will discover everything you need to know to turn your practice upside down. This workshop will give you the skills…

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March 2021

Let’s chat about chaturanga – the online version

March 20 @ 11:15 am - 1:15 pm
Your Home
£25

Chaturanga is perhaps one of the most over used poses in yoga and as such, can be a cause of shoulder or lower back injury when done incorrectly repetitively. So what's good about it? Well, of course it can build shoulder strength and muscle strength in the back of the body and if you are looking to play with arm balances of any sort, than chaturanga is an essential first step but of course, as with all yoga, we have…

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