Workshops

We found 10 workshops that are available

Aerial Yoga Workshop

Aerial Yoga Workshop with Martyn Blacklock

Aerial yoga uses a low hanging fabric to support the weight of the body and is an amazing experience. The additional support provided by the hammock enables practitioners to work deeply into the poses to achieve postural alignment. This workshop is suitable to all levels whether you are an experienced practitioner wanting to develop your practice […]

Relax and Restore Yoga Carlisle

Yoga for Stress Relief with Janet Richards

Our society today works at a fast pace and this can leave us feeling tired, drained and unable to sleep or quieten the mind.

During this workshop with Janet, our founding teacher, she will share her experiences of struggling with stress and anxiety, explore the body’s response to stressful situations and help you discover coping strategies to manage stress on a daily basis.

This workshop will include pranayama (breathing practice), physical yoga postures designed to reduce the effects of stress and the session concludes with meditation and Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep.)

A perfect opportunity find some space in your day.

Yin Yoga and the Bhagavad Gita with Rebecca Shepherd

3000 years ago there was great battle in India at Kurukshetra (“The field of the Kurus”) between a family of brothers – The Pandavas (Pandus) – and the House of the Kauravas (Kurus).  Part history, part allegory, an epic poem – the Mahabharata – arose in India to tell this tale and one of the […]

Dynamic Flow Yoga Carlisle

An Introduction to Budokon Yoga with Martin Scott

Budokon is translated from Japanese to English as “the way of the spiritual warrior”. Budokon yoga is a fluid, lively form of movement that has been developed in the United States, this millennium, by Cameron Shayne, a martial arts expert and a devoted yogi. He was looking for a creative combination of traditional yoga asanas […]

Forrest Inspired Yoga Workshop with Anne-Marie Pearson

Forrest Yoga is a modern transformational system of yoga developed by Ana Forrest for modern day bodies with modern day issues. This workshop is inspired by this practice. The four pillars of Forrest Yoga are: Breath, Strength, Integrity and Spirit. It is focussed on accessing a deep, expansive and efficient breath to support you in […]

Yoga Mala – 108 Sun Salutations for the Summer Solstice with Janet Richards

Celebrate the Summer Solstice by taking part in a Yoga Mala. A Yoga Mala comprises of 108 Sun Salutations consisting of a combination of both Sun Salutation A & B. There are many benefits to sun salutations including: Strengthens and tones abdominal muscles by the alternate stretching and compression of abdominal organs. Ventilates the lungs, […]

Charity Open Day for International Yoga Day

We are delighted to be opening our doors again in support of International Yoga Day. With a full timetable of yoga on the day with a variety of styles and teachers, suitable for all levels. Our timetable will be confirmed in January but the schedule will look as follows: 10:00 to 11:00am       […]

Restorative Yoga and Sound Healing with Emma Vasquez

Welcome to an afternoon of pure bliss! This workshop is focused on releasing deep layers of tension stored in the physical and energetic body. A combination of restorative and gentle yoga poses along with sound healing to allow the mind and body to rejuvenate and return to a calmer, clearer state.  Emma will then guide […]

The Yoga Studio Carlisle

Yoga for Stress and Anxiety with Martyn

Join Martyn, an experienced person centred counsellor and yoga teacher at The Yoga Studio. Martyn integrates the healing benefits of his counselling practice with yoga to help clients learn how to navigate challenging situations, find their authentic voice, and gather inspiration for a better relationship with themselves and close ones; helping bring about peace, which […]

Yoga Philosophy Course (20hrs) with Ruth Westoby

During this 20 hour philosophy programme, Ruth integrates the history and philosophy of yoga with a keen appreciation of the questions and concerns of curious yoga students and working yoga teachers. Ruth will offer five history and philosophy sessions and one practical workshop focused on weaving these ideas into sitting and moving practices.