Sarah Fretwell

Yoga, Movement, Mobility, Wellness

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Grow Your Flow: A Beginner's Yoga Workshop

Saturday 14th April, 2:00 - 4:00pm at Zen Yoga Camberwell

Vinyasa means to place in a special way. Each movement is a gradual progression from one to the next. The movement is aligned and linked with the breath so that you move with each inhale and exhale, flowing like water with ease.

An at-home yoga self-practise is such a gift. You can practise when you want, for how long you want, and whichever poses take your fancy in the moment. Yes yoga classes are a fantastic way to deepen your practise under the guidance of an experienced yoga teacher, and to pick up new tricks, but a self-practise is so deeply personal to you. Your body. Your goals. Your mind. Your practice. 

This workshop will help you to take your practise from the studio into your own home. We will explore how to sequence a balanced home vinyasa-style yoga practise that gives you what you need day to day. We'll cover with the traditional elements that make up a vinyasa practise; the different approaches to yoga outside the classroom; a variety of sequences for both different seasons and energy-levels; how to practise when you're short on time; obstacles to a yoga practice at home and how to overcome them; finding inspiration for your own yoga practise; introducing yin yoga to your vinyasa practise and more...

This workshop is open to anyone – current yoga practitioners, beginners looking to understand more , or teachers wanting to grow their own practice – and will help you develop your at-home practice and more.


You'll leave with a greater understanding of the different types of yoga asana and how to create yoga sequences 

You'll leave inspired to start your very own self-practice

You'll leave with a greater awareness of your own fluctuating personal needs - body and mind - and how to practise in order to meet these needs, which change day to day

You'll leave with a knowledge of how the seasons effect our self and energy-levels and learn how to adapt your practise with the seasons. 

Sound good? Join me for a fun filled two hours!