The kettle is always on and there’s always a smile to greet you at the door. Let this be your little slice of heaven in your week.
Is it perfect? No! Is it warm and comfortable? Yes!
We go to great lengths to ensure the energy is protected and nurtured. It is a living space after all. Filled with air purifying plants, featuring a beautiful alter and burning only 100% natural incense you can breathe deep, and breathe clean. The space is cleaned physically and energetically on a regular basis. The energy in the studio has to be experienced to be believed.
Fully stocked we will have you drowning in props and sinking into relaxation.
Lots of people are teaching yoga classes. We will teach you about yoga. Yoga was traditionally a self-practice, done in solitude to allow the practitioner to explore their body, mind and soul. Our intention is that you leave each practice inspired, motivated and educated to dive deeper into your own yoga practice. Learn about your body, how you can incorporate yoga into your lifestyle and about the rich history and teachings of this ancient philosophy.
We are social creatures, whether you feel like it or not! We thrive in close community and sadly, we often live our lives quite disconnected from those around us. Through food, yoga and community events we endeavour to show you ways to connect with like-minded people, burst outside your habitual social circle and delve deeper into what it means to be human.
Yoga starts in the kitchen. Food can be our primary source of nourishment. Food is created by nature, we are made from nature and we live in nature. We are all connected. The more we connect to what we eat and the more mindfully we eat the better we feel and can live in harmony with nature. You may only get to one yoga practice a week but you’ll eat everyday. We will show you how yoga and food connect.
Yoga means Union. To unify the mind, body and soul. It is an ancient physical and spiritual practice originating in India now widely practised around the world. It combines Movement, Mantra, Meditation, Philosophy and Breathwork to leave the practitioner feeling blissful and more deeply connected to themselves and their surroundings.