Yoga Workshops, Retreats and Upcoming Events

Winter Moon Sequence Workshop

14th March, 2-6 pm @ St Alban’s Church Hall, Charles Street

An afternoon workshop dedicated to meditation, inquiry, movement and rest!  An opportunity to reconnect with the self and offer yourself some well-deserved nourishment and care at a time when energy is often depleted and pressures are high.

Spaces are limited, so please confirm your place by contacting me on: laura@ayurvedacorner.co.uk and transferring £45 to sort code: 089286; account no: 14276202.

Please bring your own mat, blanket and cushion.

Concessions are available and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch 🙂

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“I started practising yoga with Laura 3 years ago, at a time when I was adapting to the demands of motherhood and struggling to find balance in my life. From the first class I realised I had stumbled upon something special and quickly noticed significant improvements in my wellbeing.

Self-compassion and acceptance are central to Laura’s approach, and this influences every aspect of her teaching. The physical yoga is incredibly nurturing. It embodies both gentleness and strength, with Laura encouraging students to move intuitively according to their bodies’ needs. There is a significant focus on meditation and breathwork too, which I have found transformative. Her workshops are revitalising and her yoga nidra sessions are deeply restful.

Despite having practised other yoga styles for over 15 years, I can honestly say that through Laura’s nurturing and wise guidance I now have a much greater understanding of what yoga is really about. Laura is a gift of a teacher – warm, open, brave and inspiring. I would encourage anyone to study with her.” – Susie, East Oxford

Yoga Nidra Workshop

Yoga Nidra is an incredibly profound and transformative practice. By creating a warm, cosy and safe space, students are able to nestle into a place of comfort and rest, where they are able to simply receive. Yoga nidra is a practice that guides awareness through the sensations of the body, the movements of the breath and into a state of deep rest. Experiences are unique to the individual as they travel through their own journeys within, but frequently report feelings of rejuvenation, warmth and a sense of being held. The nourishing and nurturing qualities of Yoga Nidra are incredibly supportive and all are welcome.

Where: Yoga Quota

When: 6.30 – 7.45 pm on the 4th April, 2020

How much: £20, and can book by via the Yoga Quota link below