Creating community through yoga

 

Our yoga studio on the North Cornwall coast delivers classes, workshops and retreats designed to calm, nurture and inspire.  Our experienced teachers provide guidance, knowledge and adjustment to begin or deepen your yoga and meditation practice in a safe and playful environment.  As well as weekly classes, One 2 One tuition and workshops, we are privileged to host some of the world’s most experienced national and international teachers for yoga retreats and teacher training right here in Cornwall.

 

With something to suit everyone whether beginner or experienced, we invite you to join us on a yoga journey that will be nurturing, thought provoking and above all fun.

Upcoming events

  • Navigating Transition – Meditation and Supper

    As human beings, we will inevitably find ourselves in times of change, whether it be in relation to our homes, families, work, relationships, or the surrounding world that we live in. How can we reduce stress and meet these changes in a calm and centred fashion? How can we manage times of change skillfully? In the teachings of the Buddha, ‘Anicca’ refers to the impermanent nature of all things. Meditation practice helps us to experience directly the way in which all phenomena in our lives are subject to change, as well as providing a practice arena for cultivating equanimity. With this understanding we can begin to minimise our suffering and establish a steady ground for ourselves.

  • Gong Supper Evening

    We invite you to bathe in the powerful vibrations of planetary, symphonic and sound creation gongs accompanied by singing bowls, elemental instruments, voice, the conch shell & shruti box. These sacred sounds realign us

  • Kathy Cooper Ashtanga Day Workshop

    Join Kathy Cooper for a morning led Ashtanga practice followed by lunch and two afternoon workshops exploring the intricacies of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga system.

  • Kathy Cooper Retreat

    Deepen your Ashtanga yoga practice by studying with a teacher who has been practicing continuously since 1976 and is one of a handful of practitioners who completed the Advanced A and B sequences

Latest Musings

  • Students find their way to yoga along many different paths, but in our experience they usually fall into two categories.  Those who want to prevent injury by becoming more flexible and those who want to recover from it.  So it was when Aaron rocked up,......

  • ‘So how long is your closing speech for the conference’ a colleague asked me on Monday.  Somewhat hilarious facial expressions ensued as my mouth opened and closed several times, whilst my brain scrabbled to remember what conference speech I was meant to be writing! As......

  • How many times have you set limits on yourself without ever realising you had done so? Recently I was doing my morning yoga practice and unsuccessfully attempted to get my legs into Padmasana (lotus) whilst in Pincha Mayurasana (Forearm balance). A fellow yogi who was......