Pause: Embracing Quiet Yin Yoga with Jay Foo

As the festive busyness begins to kick in, set aside some time to step out of the frenzy, and step in to a quiet, nourishing space to slow down, drop inwards, quieten and revive.

Eastern traditions recognise that emotional and physical wellbeing comes from balancing the opposing energies of yin (calm/cooling) & yang (dynamic/fiery). Modern culture often promotes striving and achieving over resting and reflecting – can often make this hard to achieve. This workshop will enable us to redress the balance, inviting us to drop into the stiller, quieter practices of yin yoga.

This is the perfect opportunity to slow down, to pause just long enough to give your systems a reboot and to integrate more joy into your being. In Yin Yoga, poses are held at a comfortable edge for several minutes. Using props to support and enhance the practice, these longer holds give us time to sit within ourselves, to just be still to be attentive to shifting our internal landscape as we gradually soften and open at our own pace.

Come exactly as you are. Leave feeling lighter. Suitable for all levels. You do not need to do yoga, or have done yoga ever in your life to attend this workshop. Mats, bolsters, block, props provided. We will finish with delicious treats and tea. 
Investment: £20 per mat space
Block of 3 workshops for £50, please contact for more information: