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.

Yoga, Fascia And The Feeling Me: An Introduction to Satya

Saturday 9th November 2019
2pm – 5pm

Price £30

Yogaloft, Beethoven Street, London

Satya means truth and is the journey of guiding you back to ‘being’ movement’ rather than ‘doing’ movement.

Due to the whirlwinds of our outside circumstances, we get lost and separated from the source of our vitality and loose touch with who we are.

Satya is a flowing ‘yin’ style practice done on the floor without force. It opens doorways to our interior, providing new pathways of perception and feeling and connecting to our bodies somatic intelligence with awareness.

All exercises involve sliding, gliding and circular movements to reduce myo-fascial holding in the body, enabling connective tissue to realign, supporting the central nervous system and preparing the mind and body for deep rest in Savasana.

More information and to book, visit Yogaloft

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