WORKSHOPS

We are delighted to host workshops with our akarmalife and guest teachers. Workshops are a great way to enhance and deepen your practice, bring new insight and take the time to explore things there isn't time for in class. Get a taste for what's on below then click the links for more information and to book your place. Payment is required in full to secure your place via our online booking system.

Please read terms and conditions before making your booking.

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Tai Chi
Monthly Meet Up

Stuart McCabe | £14

Martial Arts and Pushing Hands
 

Learning the Forms of Tai Chi is a beautiful process, learning the martial application and Pushing Hands drills allows you to better understand the way you move and why. The principles behind correct action, what can be applied to real life scenarios and why we hope that being informed will bring an awareness so that the need never arises. The Philosophy of the martial art can be applied to conflict resolution whether in relationships, the work place or the boardroom. If you think you know Tai Chi come along and learn Tai Chi Chuan.

Thursday

27/02/20

8.15-9.30pm

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Anatomy and Movement Workshop Prt2

Stuart McCabe | £55

Looking at the spine as an engine, the pelvis, back pain, the pelvic floor, anatomical variations, compression vs tensility, tensegrity, communication, firing patterns and pain. This workshops serves as a standalone or can be viewed as an extension to the previous workshop, again a tour de force of the body system we inhabit as well as how we move or don't move.

Saturday

07/03/20
12.30-5.30pm

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Gong Bath Evening

Graham Jolly | £14

A Gong Bath offers a rare opportunity to lay down in a safe, group environment, close your eyes and switch off from your busy life. Following a Gong Bath, people often report feeling soothed, calmed, relaxed, energised and grounded.

What's the difference between a Gong and a Sound Bath?
Sound Baths include a range of instruments and tones and therefore make for a more varied relaxation, whereas the Gong Baths focus on the gongs, which offer fewer changes in tones and have potential for a deeper relaxation to be achieved.

Sunday

01/03/20

6-7:15pm

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TRE Monthly Practice Group

Olena Baker | £14

Want to learn a simple way to release stress and tension from the body?

TRE will start to retrain you to naturally disperse tension and stress through tremors or 'shaking'. This provides a way for the nervous system to function as an integrated, balanced whole in everyday life; returning you to a more relaxed and calm state of being, ready to meet life's challenges with resilience.

Friday

13/03/20

7-8.30pm

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Monthly Meditation
Meet Up

Olena Baker | £14

A monthly meet-up for people who have attended the introduction to meditation course or who have some experience of meditation. A place to re-ignite your practice, stay on track, get guidance and practice meditation in a group setting.

Friday

6/03/20

7-8.30pm

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Sound Bath Evening

Graham Jolly | £14

A Sound Bath offers a rare opportunity to lay down in a safe, group environment, close your eyes and switch off from your busy life. Himalayan singing bowls, gongs, crystal bowls and therapeutic percussion are played live in the room to create soothing sounds that will wash over you.

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What's the difference between a Gong and a Sound Bath? Sound Baths include a range of instruments and tones and therefore make for a more varied relaxation, whereas the Gong Baths focus on the gongs, which offer fewer changes in tones and have potential for a deeper relaxation to be achieved.

Sunday

05/04/20
6-7:15pm

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