Lara Stapleton |  07946 663 443
International Yoga Teacher and Aromatherapist with a speciality in back pain and injury

Lara Stapleton
07946 663 443
International Yoga Teacher and Aromatherapist with a speciality in back pain and injury

Workshops

Workshops

Attending a workshop with me is a great way to deepen your knowledge and understanding of the practices I teach as there is more time to go into practical and philosophical detail, answer questions you may have that haven’t been bought up in an open class and it’s a deeper immersion and experience of the practice. A workshop can be anywhere from about 3 hours to a full day. Workshops are mainly themed and focus specifically on an area of the body for example the spine, the psoas or diaphragm. They can also focus on an element of the practice which I feel my students would benefit hugely from, such as therapeutic yoga and the use of props, the art of healing, exploring gravity and beyond.

The Art of Slowing Down

Workshop with Lara Stapleton

13th October 2018 – from 3.30 – 6pm

Price £30

This Satya workshop is an invitation to slow down. Satya involves the foundation of mindfulness. This beautifully deep and nurturing practice is a slow flowing floor sequence where your body is resting on the floor. The movements are done via spirals and rotations which serves to open up the core interior of our being. Spiralic movements help to propel flow of blood and lymph through the body, for there are no straight lines in the body. By opening up new neurological pathways we can start to move out of rigid patters of pain, injury and emotional trauma.

All levels welcome, this is a practice for everyone!

Evolve Wellness Centre
10 Kendrick Mews
South Kensington, London SW7

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