Vinyasa Workshops
Meditation in Forest

Join Will Fenton and learn the foundational meditation technique of Body Stillness - Kayastairyam. 

Kayastairyam meditation is a foundational yoga practice that incorporates basic tenets of meditation and is suitable for beginners and experienced yogis alike. 

It allows you to enter a meditative state through pratyahara (sense withdrawal) into dharana (concentration). 

During this 4 week course we will discuss the theory & philosophy of meditation from a yoga perspective as well as learning about the science underpinning meditation.


Every week we will learn pre-meditation asana to prepare the body for stillness and engage with an ancient and accessible yoga practice, leaving you with a practice that you can take with you into your own home.


Annemieke Harmonie and her harp join us to weave sound, words and intentions that will take you on a journey within yourself. This healing workshop will allow you the space to safely explore internal intentions and create energetic healing within the body.

This workshop will be a beautiful way to start 2020 and set intentions that can carry you into the new decade.

"Vinyasa is derived from the Sanskrit term nyasa, which means "to place," and the prefix vi, "in a special way"— as in the arrangement of notes in a raga, the steps along a path to the top of a mountain, or the linking of one asana to the next. In the yoga world the most common understanding of vinyasa is as a flowing sequence of specific asanas coordinated with the movements of the breath" - Shiva Rea 2017

Join me as we delve into the history of Vinyasa Yoga and how the co-ordination of movement and breath can spill off the mat into daily life.

Session 1 February 6th - we discuss the history of the practice, the importance of breath, and break down common Vinyasa poses including Chaturanga Dandasana.

Session 2 February 13th - we discuss how we can bring the flow of breath into everyday life, practicing leading with the body instead of the mind and build a strong Vinyasa flow that you can take home and practice daily.

Cost: $29 per session (attend one or both)