This four hour workshop explores what stress and anxiety are, how they affect us and how we can improve our resilience by creating balance through all aspects of a yoga practice. We discover how to rebalance our body and mind through yoga postures and breath work, using positive thoughts to change our vision of the present moment, and looking at how we view the food we eat as another way to reduce stress, taking inspiration from an Ayurvedic approach (the sister science to yoga and practice of natural healing) which enables us to feel more at peace and in harmony with our feelings.
All these aspects together create less internal stressors to help us let go and feel more at ease with difficult situations.
This workshop is for all levels and includes:
- 45 minutes breathing workshop
- 1.15 hours yoga practice
- Delicious vegetarian lunch, with a selection of homemade salads and bread.
- Workshop exploring stress and positive thinking to change our thoughts and approach
- 15 min meditation and closing visualisation
Tamsin Chubb first discovered yoga in her early twenties when her doctor recommended she start classes to help alleviate anxiety she was suffering due to bereavement. Within a short space of time everything changed, eventually leading her to take her teacher training course. She teaches traditional yoga, inspired by Sivananda and Yin practices. Her classes are for all levels and are tailored to suit an individual or group’s specific needs. She focuses on breath connection, relaxation, improving digestion and building core strength with a gentle flowing series of postures that are specifically designed to work on all physical and psychic centres of the body, provide complete flexion of the spine and balance the endocrine, nervous and parasympathetic systems. Leaving you feeling restored, energised and with a deeper sense of calm.
She has practiced varying styles of yoga and completed her 500 hour certificate in Southern India under the guidance of Swami Govindananda, Swami Tattvarupananda and Mani Raman at Sivananda Yoga Vidya Peetham.
She Founded Little French Retreat a centre for wellbeing, yoga and vegetarian cuisine in 2013, situated in South West France. She spends her time between France, India and the UK teaching, cooking and hosting retreats for other practitioners.
Dates: Sunday 07 May 2017
Time: 10.00 - 14.00
Price: £45 per person
Capacity: 10 people
Venue: Café Trafé, 38 Trafalgar Street Brighton, BN1 4ED - Directions here
Getting there: 5 mins from Brighton train station
Additional info: Bring your own mat and where comfortable clothes. If you wish to purchase a mat please email me and I will bring one along. They cost £25.00 for 6mm extra think quality.
Book: Click on the PayPal button to confirm your space.
If you have any questions about whether this is suitable for you, the style of yoga or how to reach the venue you can contact Tamsin at firstname.lastname@example.org.