Yoga Workshops with Adam

by | Oct 15, 2018 | workshops

Yoga Workshops with Adam

Saturday 19th January 4pm to 6pm Heavenly Hips and those Tight Bits

The perfect antidote to modern life this first of the Yoga workshops with Adam is ideal for most people. Especially if your daily habits include hunching over iphones or desks. In this workshop we’ll work on increased flexibility in the stiff bits and strength in the weak bits. Though a controlled vinyasa practice with some deeper static elements, attention will be given to shoulders, chest, hips and legs. Finding that fine line between resistance and mild discomfort. Take home some useful ideas on how you can find more balance in you body, and how through some daily stretches you can begin to find a sense of equanimity.

Book your place here, tickets are £35 per person.

Sunday 20th January 10.30am to 1pm The Big One Vinyasa Masterclass

Sunday morning wake up call to enjoy a longer lasting class, The Big One is a long and luxurious, full vinyasa practice, tackling the whole body, especially those niggly tight bits that we often don’t get the time to get deep in to. Expect time to explore poses, understand poses, and acknowledge the sensations of the body

With time for Q&A on alignment and anatomy of common postures. Time for exploring  float backs, handstands, and arm balances. This workshops varies significantly depending on the students present in the room on that day, everyone will be welcome to join in this uplifting workshop.

Book your place here, tickets are £35 per person.

Sunday 20th January 3pm to 5pm – Leg Mobility exploring Flexibility and Strength

As modern yogis we often love to throw our legs around, focussing on how it looks rather than how it feels, at whatever the cost. Whilst this is great for making pretty shapes, it’s not necessarily the best thing for your body, especially in the long term. In this workshop, our attention will be drawn to the concept of mobility. Combining flexibility, strength, and control. This isn’t to say we won’t be also exploring poses like hanumanasana, but we’ll be doing so with an anatomical understanding of what benefits the pose is working towards. Through a composed vinyasa practice, we’ll explore the anatomical subtleties of more traditional asana. Bringing in dynamic movements to find depth and strength around our legs and hips.

Book your place here, tickets are £35 per person.

About Adam

With a varied  background from boxing to a law degree, and over 10  years Yoga experience. Adam brings a distinct perspective to his non-dogmatic Yoga teaching.  Adam helps students to gain a unique understanding of their bodies with his friendly and easy to follow teaching style, he’s a popular teacher. His classes feature: intelligent alignment, anatomical precision and creative sequencing that give focus more on mobility rather than flexibility.

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