Workshops

Family yoga and mindfulness workshop with Jayne Miller




Bring your kids along for a fun session of yoga stretching, stories, laughter and games. Learn some poses you can do together and variations that will be beneficial for young bodies - and minds. Become animals and discover some of the stories behind favourite yoga poses, play yoga games and sing as you tune into your breath! Yoga helps to boost self confidence, improves balance and agility as well as building strength and aiding good posture. It's also a fun activity to share!

Great for kids from 3 to age 8 and their parent/carer.

Please email to book or for queries













When: Saturday January 25th
Time: 2.30-3.30pm
Cost: £13 per adult and child
          £16 for one adult and 2 kids
Teacher: Jayne Miller

Astanga yoga 2 hour taught class with Nigel

Astanga yoga involves a sequence of postures combined with controlled breathing, and can be a very powerful practice if done in the correct way.  Nigel has been practising and teaching for many years, and has developed his own way of teaching group classes in a fun, easily accessible and rewarding way.  This class is mainly for those who are familiar with astanga yoga, or some form of yoga, but all levels of experience are able to take part.  Please get in touch if you want to book a spot or if you have any questions.

nigel@yogajunction.co.uk  -  07725950683








When: Next date t.b.a.
Time: 4.30-6.30pm
Cost: £20
Teacher: Nigel Jones






The Lost Āsanas of Eighteenth-Century Rajasthan


When: Sunday January 26th 
Time: 2.00-5.00pm
Cost: £45

a workshop with Jason Birch and Jacqui Hargreaves

Jason Birch (DPhil. Oxon) and Jacqueline Hargreaves (BE Hons.) will present a three-hour interactive session that will focus on a collection of 84 āsanas that was practised in Rajasthan in the eighteenth century. Many of these āsanas were unknown to the gurus who transmitted yoga to an international audience in early twentieth century. This workshop will offer historical information on this unique collection, which has been gleaned from textual and visual material that Jason and Jacqui collected from libraries in Rajasthan during their extensive fieldwork for the Hatha Yoga Project. It will provide an opportunity for participants to practise some of the more accessible āsanas, along with the breathing and gazing practices associated with them. In addition, workshop participants will be invited to an exclusive tour on January 30th of the exhibition, Embodied Liberation, which will show case the research of the Hatha Yoga Project, and is open to the public from 16th January to 21st March at the Brunei Gallery. The time of the tour (on Jan 30th) will be decided during the workshop.









Yin and Yang workshop with Freddie


There many types of yoga nowadays. Most could be described as either having a yin or yang quality, according to which energy they cultivate. A yang practice consists of steady, unrushed, warming movements, while a yin practice consists of longer-held, restorative, cooling poses. Ideally, we should try to incorporate both practices into regular weekly classes. Often though, due to time restraints, one is prevailing.
A longer workshop can integrate the reinvigorating effect of yang and the grounding effect of yin into a balanced whole practice, which helps us maintain optimal health and wellbeing. Invest in an afternoon with yourself and experience how a comprehensive yang into yin journey through movement, poses, mobility and stability, breath-work, mindfulness and relaxation can allow you to restore a sense of balance, and feel nourished, calm, at peace.






When:  Saturday 22nd February 2020
Time:  3.30-6.00pm
Cost:  £30




Suitable for students with some experience of Hatha yoga and/or dynamic styles of yoga.





2 more individual workshops throughout 2020. Theme and further details about these will be provided nearer the date of the workshops. - Dates and booking opposite




When:
Saturday 20th June 2020
Time: 3.30-6.00pm
Cost: £30

When: Saturday 21st Nov 2020
Time: 3.30-6.00pm
Cost: £30

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A workshop on Prithvi - the Earth element - with Jane Farrimond




Prithvi - earth, the most dense of all the tattwas, creating mass, form and structure in our physical body, teeth nails bones and muscles. Explore the earth element in asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha, walking meditation and yoga nidra.



When: Sunday Feb 23rd 
Time: 1.00-4.00pm
Cost: £35
Teacher: Jane Farrimond
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Iyengar yoga workshops with Tessa Bull

Iyengar Yoga teacher, Tessa Bull, runs regular workshop at Yoga Junction. These provide an opportunity to explore your yoga practice in greater depth as well as take on new challenges. Further details about the individual workshops will be provided nearer the date of the workshop.

Workshop Dates:
2020
Jan 25th
March 21st
October 3rd
November 21st









When: Saturday mornings
Time: 10.00-12.30pm
Cost: on application
Teacher: Tessa Bull

For more information, or booking, 
contact Tessa on 07973 279 741 
or email tessa.bull@gmail.com



First Aid Courses with MGM Training

Our first aid course is open to all, make sure your certification is up to date. To book and pay, please click on the course you prefer and you will be taken directly to the booking page.

Syllabus:
-Insight into Health and Safety(First Aid) Regulations
-Managing in incident - Priorities of First Aid Resuscitation
-Blood loss - Treatment of an unconscious casualty
-Treatment of shock - General discussion on Studio based injury/illness
-Treatment of burns and siezures

To book see links below -    





Certificate issued: Emergency First Aid at Work certificate which is valid for 3 years.

Next course: 9 February 2020

(All courses run on Sundays 12.30-6.30pm)

Cost:   £75.00