Workshops and Self Practice Ashtanga Week
Unlimited Online Yoga
29th June - 6th July 2024
Weekend Workshops & 7 Day Teacher Training
with Ali Gunning - Seasonal gatherings of healing sound and nourishing food
Monthly Workshops only at Lime House
Weekend workshops and 5 Mysore practice mornings
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We offer a range of yoga classes suitable for all, from beginners to advanced with new students starting each week. We love the fact that our students are an eclectic bunch so we offer a range of yoga styles for everyone. From gentle restorative to dynamic vinyasa there’s something here for you. We are located close to Truro and Redruth and within easy reach of the holiday destinations of Newquay, Perranporth, St Agnes and Crantock.
Ashtanga Yoga is an ancient systematic practice of yoga that slowly builds in difficulty to allow students to safely access their full potential. Focusing on breath, balance, and energy allows students to bring all their attention to the flow of postures in a moving meditation.
Many people think that they need to be flexible to begin yoga, but that’s a little bit like thinking that you need to be able to play tennis to take tennis lessons. Our Beginners yoga class is a friendly introduction into yoga.
The Vinyasa practice links body movement with the breath in a flowing sequence of asanas (postures). Vinyasa translates to ‘place in a special way’. Literally to move in a way that synchronises your breath with the movements of the body.
No matter how long you have been practicing there is always something new to learn and by stripping everything down to the foundations and rebuilding is a wonderful way to learn new things and sometimes remember things we have forgotten.
We have three distinct Ashtanga classes on our schedule, Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings 7-9am Self practice (Mysore), Tuesday Evening Ashtanga Inspired and a Saturday Led half primary class
In Aimee’s Restorative Yoga class, we explore the passive release of the body from the support of various yoga props and supports. Receive deep rest and rejuvenation from this floor-based practice. An ideal session to relieve tension and stress and a great class for heading into the weekend after a busy week!
A light hearted slow vinyasa flow class with lots of options so you can choose what suits your body and your energy levels. The class is often themed around a biomechanical alignment principle, so we evolve our understanding of the postures. Pranayama (breathing practices) and meditation are woven into the fabric of each class.
Whether you are new to yoga or a yogi with an existing practice, consistent yoga throughout your pregnancy will help you maintain strength, flexibility and stamina. It will help you to keep up your fitness levels but also be of great benefit during labour and can help with faster recovery post-birth.
Louise is Mum to three children so teaches from a place of lived experience. In Louise’s own words, ”It’s a space for Mums to practice yoga without having to find a baby sitter. I will guide you through a gentle vinyasa class and help out with the little ones as much as possible.”
Our studio on the North Cornwall coast delivers Classes, Workshops, Retreats & Teacher Trainings designed to calm, nurture and inspire.
Our experienced teachers provide guidance, knowledge and adjustments to guide you on your yoga and meditation journey. Practice in a safe and playful environment with a yoga community that really feels like an extended family. In a stunning bespoke studio set in beautiful gardens over looking Holywell Bay, we are just 4 miles from Newquay and 8 miles from Truro and Redruth. As well as weekly classes, workshops, teacher training and retreats we are privileged to host some of the world’s most experienced international teachers right here in Cornwall.
With something to suit everyone whether beginner or experienced, we invite you to join us on a journey that will be nurturing, thought provoking and above all fun.
Workshops monthly throughout 2023. Amazing aerial workshops that let your inner child play! A mix of yoga, pilates & dance using a hammock. Defies gravity for easier poses. Guaranteed to leave you happy and refreshed!
Transform body & mind with the Wim Hof Method. Learn the 3 pillars of Breathing Technique, Cold Exposure, and Meditation/Commitment from certified instructor Samuel Boot. Explore the physiology and philosophy behind this effective method.
Ashtanga yoga offers a therapeutic methodology designed to promote healing on many levels. It is a curriculum that involves freeing and strengthening the body, breath, and mind, through repetition and gradual augmentation of specific practices. Each person moves through a prescribed series of breath synchronised movements in the form of classical asana at an individual pace.
Seasonal Gong Bath and Supper Evenings. Join us on for an inner journey of sonic healing and deep meditation, food and connection with Ali Gunning.
David Swenson began practicing yoga in 1969 at the age of 13, learning it from his older brother Doug.
Gregor Maehle began his yogic practices 45 years ago. He has studied with various yogic and tantric masters, traditional Indian sadhus and ascetics. He spent fourteen months in Mysore, and in 1997 was authorised to teach Ashtanga Yoga by K. Pattabhi Jois. He has written 8 books, that have been translated into eight different languages and has authored over 300 articles on yoga. This is your chance to study with a true yogic master.
We run a 300hr Teacher Training for those wanting to be become a Yoga Teacher (Next start date February 2024) as well as a variety of CPD courses for existing teachers wishing to increase their knowledge.
If you want to further your knowledge of yoga in an inspiring location with passionate senior teachers but don’t want to become a teacher then check out our 4 Day Yoga Immersions.
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