Winter Balancing Yoga Workshop

Winter Balancing Yoga Workshop
Lucinda Pimlott
Sat 1st February

This workshop is designed to help bring balance and wellbeing for the winter season.

According to Ayurvedic philosophy, we as humans are a microcosm of the macrocosm, meaning all that is happening in the outer world will affect our inner world. Winter is the season of ‘kapha‘, in other words cold and wet, so to restore balance we need to to create inner heat, as well as open the chest to allow the prana to flow freely in this area and prevent stagnation. Expect an invigorating, heart opening practice!

– approx. 2 hours of yoga, pranayama and meditation

– a brief introduction to Ayurvedic principles

– teachings on how to balance kapha in lifestyle and diet

About your Teacher


Lucinda is a Senior YAP registered yoga teacher and has been working in the field of natural health and wellbeing for 20 years. Her interest in Ayurveda, a sister philosophy to yoga, has steadily grown over the years as she experienced the healing potential of this wonderful system in her own life. Lucinda’s passion lies in understanding how the teachings of Yoga and Ayurveda can help us at many levels and she brings this to her students in a way that is both accessible and inspiring.


Her formal training to become an Anusara Inspired Teacher included intensive study with Bridget Woods Kramer, Carlos Pomeda, Sianna Sherman and Beth Shay. She has been teaching for 11 years and in order to deepen her knowledge and continually find new ways to bring the benefits of yoga to her students, she regularly trains in yoga and meditation. With a background in dance, teaching and natural healthcare, Lucinda is also a Registered Bach Flower Practitioner.

Suitable for all other than complete beginners.


If you have any questions please contact us on 01872 572620 or email


• Sat 1st February 2020


• 2pm – 5pm


• £35

• £90 for all three Ayurveda workshops

– Summer Balancing July 11th
– Autumn Balancing Oct’ 10th

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