Monthly Meditation Workshops with Kama
Sunday’s   3.00pm – 4.30pm

Take 1.5 hours at the start of each month to set intentions, set goals and focus on your health and well being. Throughout this series of monthly workshops you will learn and implement meditation techniques and simple strategies to relax the mind and find inner calm. Looking after your emotional well being is an important piece of the health puzzle. No matter where you are in your physical, mental and spiritual journey, you are welcome to join us in the relaxed, friendly setting.

Each session will include an introduction, some discussions, 2-3 meditations, some gentle stretching and intention setting for the month. Herbal tea and some healthy nibbles provided.

September 9th – Meditation for Well being
October 7th – Mindfulness & Meditation for Stress Relief
November 4th – Meditation for Relaxation & Self-Care
December 2nd – Keeping Calm for Christmas
Book in now

6 Week Beginners Course

Last Beginners course for the year so if you or someone you know have been thinking about it,
Why not book now, rather than wait for your next New Years resolution.
Term 4
Monday  7.30 – 8.30pm

  • October 22nd
  • October 29th
  • November 5th
  • November 12th
  • November 19th
  • November 26th

Annette is going on holiday
She will be teaching till Tuesday 2nd October
and returning Tuesday 6th November
Unfortunately at this stage her classes will be cancelled,
We will miss her amazing teaching but she is planing a Chakra Workshop for us when she returns.
Details to come

Remember Rachel Grant?
Rachel has been having a break from yoga teaching for a while now and has been running Mandala Meditation Workshops in town.
Intrigued and want to learn more
I am happy to say she is going to run a workshop for us at Keen on Yoga in Bridgewater
While we are still working out a date and time around October
we would love you to express your interest by email so we might have a idea of numbers.

How to Find YOUR Perfect Downward Facing Dog

Adho mukha svanasana, or downward facing dog, is one of the most frequented posture in yoga—especially vinyasa classes.

Many teachers often refer to downdog as a “resting posture,” which may sound absurd to those who struggle to hold the position. But when practiced regularly, with healthy alignment, downdog may really start to feel almost effortless as you use the structure of your skeletal system to support the weight of your body.

In Ashtanga yoga, the gaze is traditionally focused toward the belly button in downdog.


We look forward to sharing yoga with you soon