These longer sessions are an opportunity to get your teeth into some of the elements of yoga in a more in-depth session, or to try a taster of something new.
A combination of yoga and physiotherapy to relieve
common shoulder issues
Saturday 21st October, 1pm-5pm
Cathays Methodist Church Hall,
Crwys Road, Cathays, Cardiff CF24 4NE
*Reduced price if
booked and paid for before 30th September,
or if living on a
Do you struggle with shoulder
problems or injuries,
experience stiffness, pain or restricted
range of movement?
This session will improve knowledge and awareness, to reduce pain, improve range of movement, heal injuries and build strength.
This is a joint
workshop, bringing together the combined knowledge and experience
from yoga (Tori Lang) and
physiotherapy (Emma Hoskins, BSc hons, mscp), to explore common issues, compensatory patterns and then techniques to help your shoulders.
This session will
combine knowledge and theory, physical exploration and practical movement practices. Please bring your
own yoga mat.
To book or for more information, please
Tori 07816 154850, email@example.com or http://www.yogawithtori.co.uk
26th February Partner Yoga Workshop (Free for BWY members, £15 for non-members) suitable for everyone with some yoga experience, no complete beginners sorry. Swansea Vale Resource Centre.
Book via BWYWales.org.uk
Partner work - finding union together. A chance to exlore some fun and more challenging partner work variations. (not suitable
for beginners - minimum practice required).
This is a longer partnered asana practice designed for students with at least 6 months yoga experience (not suitable for beginners).
Partnered practice, (sometimes known as contact yoga) can be a great way to deepen your practice, to go further with asanas with assistance, and is great fun! The great philosopher Plato said, “You
can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.”
Playing is a powerful way to gain insight into yourself, too.
Union is the basis of yoga: mind, body and spirit, but also union with each other and with the world around us. Partner practice,
synchronising breath and movement, supporting each other in our exploration of practice improves awareness and brings new elements to the practice. It can help to improve communication, trust,
open-heartedness, freedom, confidence and joy.
This session is not specifically a ‘couples’ session (although it can be lovely to practice with a romantic partner) you are welcome
to come with a friend (as long as they are at least 6 months experienced in yoga asana) or on your own and be paired up on the day.
Please bring a mat and whatever other yoga equipment you usually use (blocks, strap, blanket).