Our approach to yoga is one of mindfulness. To develop Awareness. To cultivate an inner listening of how the body feels, how the body moves, how the body breathes and how we react to any given situations.
Without any preconceived ideas of what we can or can not do, we find ourselves peeling away any labels of good or bad. We invite you to allow the postures to unfold gradually, without force or strain, finding the balance within, an ease of being. Instead of feeling a body dense and resistant we discover a body open, light and spacious.
There is no end goal, always reminding ones self to acknowledge that each posture, each practice will be different, no one moment ever the same, to embrace whatever you bring to your practice.
“We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time”
– T. S. Elliot
Although we are interconnected on a subtle level, we need to acknowledge that we are all individual, with different bodies, emotions and abilities. Approaching our practice with mindful awareness, and sowing a thread of kindness throughout, to oneself and others, we shall begin to realise our true nature, our true self, our interconnectedness, our interbeing.
“When we feel love and kindness toward others,
It not only makes others feel loved and cared for,
But it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace.”
– Dalai Lama
By finding time and making space in our busy lives for the practice of yoga and meditation we will be open to a much greater space, a greater awareness to live our lives in wholeness.
This is our path of practice, we hope that you will join us on the path.
“Friendship is based on the oldest and most intrinsic human awareness
That there is more to life than just our selves.”
– Christopher Hansard