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Jivamukti class with Emily Lacy

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Jivamukti Yoga is a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. The Jivamukti Method is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word asana meaning “seat, connection” – our relationship to the Earth, implying all life. The yoga practise become a way to improve one’s relationship to all others and thus lead to enlightenment – the dissolution of...


Restore, Repair, Reframe, Reconnect – an online restorative class series with Dia Penning from California

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Restorative Yoga Social Justice reading hour. Join Dia Penning for a special restorative class series. Each class is designed to support a renovation of your nervous system, while you listen to the words of the greatest minds in social justice and anti-racism. Dia will be shariing a text with us from start to finish and will leave us with a...


Ayurvedic & yoga workshop – perimenopause and menopause – POSTPONED NEW DATE TBC

Falmouth YogaSpace Studio 33 Killigrew Street, Falmouth

Join Keren and Jo for an afternoon workshop delving into an Ayurvedic approach to women's health and in particular moving into perimenopause and menopause. In this 3.5 hour workshop we will look at the Ayurvedic approach to this stage of a women's life, including how it impacts the three dominant doshas differently. We will look at routines, remedies and lifestyle...


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

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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...


Let’s chat about chaturanga – the online version

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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...