Sat 11th & Sun 12th May – a weekend with international Senior Teacher Bobby Clennell in Lyme Regis.
Bobby will be visiting us again this year to give us the benefit of her amazing energy, her profound yoga teaching and wisdom. Her teaching is completely accessible: whatever you think you can do, I can guarantee you will be delighted by her ability to bring out the best in you!
The Masonic Hall in Lyme is in the main street, Broad Street, overlooking the sea. There is a long-stay car park in Pound Road – Holmbush – a ten-minute walk from the hall through Langmoor Gardens and along the sea front. Bring your own lunch or pop out to one of the many cafes and shops. If you want to make a weekend of it, there are good vegetarian/vegan restaurants and B&Bs. See HERE.
Venue: The Masonic Hall, Lyme Regis DT3 3QE (Through the alley next to The Galley cafe.)
Cost: £80 for the weekend (inc. refreshments)
Suitable for students with two years’ yoga experience.
Click HERE for booking and payments.
Bring your kit and let me know if you need anything.
Saturday 11th May: 9.30 – 16.30
AM: Toward Padmasana: Opening the hips. “The hips are the seat of wisdom” B.K.S. Iyengar. Understand your hips. Guard against stiffness and immobility and learn to balance freedom with stability. This sequence will include some of the lateral Standing Poses.
PM: Improving the Inversions: A regular inversions practice helps us cultivate insight, develop mental discipline and widen our spiritual horizons. These challenging but rewarding poses also help us develop strength (particularly in the neck, spine and arms) and poise. In this class, we will learn the principles of alignment needed to begin and sustain a safe and secure inversions practice.
Sunday 12th May: 9.30 – 16.00
AM: Separating the trunk as building blocks for backbends.
PM: Active restorative sequence: Depression is a disease of the emotions and mind as well as the nervous and endocrine systems. Lift your chest to elevate your emotions and lead your mind to a lighter state. Create room for prana to move freely around the heart area. Keep your eyes open and focus primarily on your inhalation, the bringer of life.
Read more about Bobby and have a look at some of her other workshops HERE.