Most of us begin our yoga practice with an interest in āsana (pronounced ah-sana) - otherwise known as postures. Practicing āsana allows us to develop a better relationship with our body, to really feel our body and learn how to use it and move it wisely. For many of us this deepening relationship with our body begins an enquiry into other aspects of ourselves, like our breath, our thoughts, our feelings and our spirituality. Whether or not that's what we intended, we find ourselves on the path of yoga and we might start to seek for a map of the territory.
Imbolc is a wonderful time to consider the first of Patanjali's eight limbs of yoga - Yama - as this guidance is all about our relationships. As we move through the gate out of winter hibernation to be more 'in the world', we can perhaps bring more awareness or consciousness to how we treat ourselves… Continue reading Imbolc / Yama
Join us here in Shilbottle for yoga, massage and quiet retreats in our Airbnb accommodation. Just a few miles from the beach, we have beautiful sea views, open countryside, big skies and a well equipped yoga studio with underfloor heating.
Established in 2009, our mission has always been to create a space for yoga, wellbeing and quiet retreats – a space to ‘just be’.
We are often asked this, and the short answer is "Yes!" but it does depend how far you are willing to walk.This picture is from Buston Links - which, at 3.6 miles walking from our front door, is the closest piece of beach we can access on foot. It took me three hours round trip last… Continue reading Can you walk to the beach?
During the current COVID-19 public health crisis, we have had to close our doors. However, Lucy is teaching some classes online, and we invite you to join us in committing to a daily practice of 20 minutes deep relaxation via our Separate Together Retreat.