Separate Together Retreat, Yoga

Sunday 20 September – Doing and Being (ONLINE)

A yoga practice for the Autumn Equinox including active and restorative practice and the philosophical theme of abhyāsa vairāgya, action and reflection or ‘doing’ and ‘being’. Monthly online yoga workshops with Lucy are open to all on an honesty box basis. Each session explores a philosophical theme and practices are chosen to be relaxing and accessible - suitable for curious beginners and experienced practitioners alike.

A Space to Be, Separate Together Retreat

Self Care Facial Massage

https://youtu.be/ecp2JKDmpJg Recorded live, July 26 2020. Self care face massage based on ayurvedic marma points.For relaxation and facial rejuvenation - grab your favourite face cream or essential oil.(8 min 46 seconds) This is an excerpt from the final Sunday Night Live class. To access the whole one hour class "Opening from Within" please register here.https://aspacetobe.thinkific.com/

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Opening from Within (aparigraha)

My classes this month have contained opportunities to explore opening and closing and what I have been describing as 'unfurling' - a journey from flexion to extension. For me, unfurling implies an opening that somehow seems to come from inside us. This is the way I understand aparigraha.  Aparigraha is the fifth of the yama, usually translated… Continue reading Opening from Within (aparigraha)

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Lines in the Sand (brahmacarya)

The fourth yama is brahmacarya. This Sanskrit word has various connotations in Indian culture. It means celibacy, but is also to do with the phase of our life when we are young and still learning and developing - a time perhaps we should be concentrating on our studies and avoiding distractions. I choose to interpret… Continue reading Lines in the Sand (brahmacarya)

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Online – Sunday Night Flow and Restore – Yama

Sunday evening online classes continue throughout July on the theme of yama. We will explore the yama through accessible asana and restorative practice. If you have any specific concerns about your ability to participate please contact me before the class. Typically the class will include some movement from standing or seated, followed by supported postures, relaxation and a meditative practice.