The intention of these gatherings is to bring a sense of connection for our whole well being. Bringing gentle and mindful practices to reset, restore and relax.

Through mindful meditation we can encourage intuition, compassion and kindness to oneself.

We will have time to move and explore through gentle and slow flowing movements to feel the freedom and ease within the body.

Through the practice of pranayama we will have freedom to feel the life of the breath.

Practising the art of deep rest through Restorative Yoga (with the help of plenty of props) and Yoga Nidra (Deep Yogic Sleep) we can then settle into stillness, to pause and completely surrender.

Through Yoga Nidra an effortless practice that provides you with what you need. Yoga Nidra helps with containing the obstacles and distractions of the mind whilst at the same time relaxes the mind. With this practice you are invited to join us in a cosy comfortable position, do nothing and let this healing practice work its magic. Come home to yourself, come to a place of self-acceptance.

Through all these yogic practices, we will have opportunity to reflect, refocus, relax, to be kind and to let the mind go.

There is invitation for you to just be … welcome home to yourself just the way you are.

“The practice of yoga induces a primary sense of measure and proportion. Reduced to our own body, our first instrument, we learn to play it, drawing from it maximum resonance and harmony”   – Yehudi Menuhin

Yoga in Glossop classes are taught in small groups with a non-dogmatic approach aimed at all levels, ages and stages of life. You need to be able to get up and down off the floor unassisted to attend. 

If you are coming for the first time, please complete and bring this Yoga Registration Form with you.

You are very welcome to borrow from a wide variety of props and equipment.

Let’s make time so we can be kind on ourselves, so we can have the resources to practice patience and extend it to our loved ones. In turn this kindness will spread further and further; expanding outwards with no boundaries, so we can reach out to as many humans and as many creatures as possible on this Earth. We live in a world that needs protection urgently, it is a world that is vulnerable right now; it is a world that is moving so very quickly. We owe it to ourselves to pause and make the time…