10 Stress Free Travelling Tips To Adopt This Bank Holiday

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Whether you’re travelling by plane, train or bus, being on-the-go can take its toll on your health and wellbeing. The upheaval that comes with travelling – lack of sleep, adapting to time zones, being surrounded by the unfamiliar – can put stress on your body, mind and immune system. However, travelling doesn’t need to be a stressful experience!

With a little forward planning and preparation, you can save yourself unnecessary stress and protect your immune system in advance. Below we have ten tried-and-tested ways ...

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Yoga + Desire Map Retreat Early Bird Ends Midnight 30th April

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Yoga + Desire Map Retreat Early Bird Registration Ends Midnight Sunday 30th April

Do  You  Want  To  Feel  Good?

In your daily life, every intention, action, and decision is being driven by your desire to feel a certain way. So why not get clear on how you most want to feel and design your outer life to match your inner desires? That’s Desire Mapping.

The Desire Map, the best selling book by the divine Danielle LaPorte, is ...

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Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra with Pamela Galbraith

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Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra Workshop with Pamela Galbraith

Are you feeling Stressed? Overworked? Need a break from the fast pace of daily life?

Come relax and rejuvenate with us at Yogalilies. During this workshop you will be guided through a calming sequence utilising props to support and gently open the body. Breath work, guided meditation, and energy work will be incorporated to promote deep relaxation and healing.

Restorative yoga is about BEING rather than doing. Bolsters and blankets offer complete support to ...

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10 Sanskrit Yoga Terms Explained

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Occasionally, the teacher who guides your meditation group, or yoga classes may use Sanskrit yoga terms without identifying what they actually mean.

We’ve all been there: “The what now? What did she say? Does everyone know what that means except me? Where is my Moola Bandha what?

You’re Not Alone

In your yoga asana classes, you can tell if it’s a posture name based on the word ending with “asana” meaning “pose”, but all the other sprinklings on that yummy cupcake might be lost on you ...

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Celebrate The Spring Equinox – A Season Of Renewal

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Spring Equinox is celebrated as the first day of Spring, when day and night are equal in both hemispheres. All of nature is stirring now and showing signs of activity after the Winter sleep. Buds are bursting on the trees, Spring flowers are coming out and seeds are germinating.

The power of the Sun is increasing, the days are lengthening and the nights are shortening. We begin to feel empowered to reach out for what ...

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Yoga & Mindfulness 4 Week Course

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Yoga & Mindfulness course starts Thursday 16th March 5:30 – 6:30pm

Investment In You: £50

4-Week Mindfulness Course

Modern life is stressful, and we are all doing our best to cope. However, sometimes our coping mechanisms can compound our feelings of low-mood anxiety or inadequacy.

Mindfulness Meditation & Yoga 60 minutes: As defined by Jon Kabat-Zinn, mindfulness is paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally, to the unfolding of experience moment to moment. Our time together is a combination of gentle ...

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Newbie Yogi 4 Week Course

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Newbie Yogi 4 Week Course Starts Tuesday 14th March 5:45 – 6:45pm

A Yogalilies Yoga Beginners or Foundation Course is the ideal (but not the only) way to begin your practice and discover yoga in a safe and fun space. It is perfect for beginners and suitable for anyone looking to revisit the fundamentals of yoga.

The practice builds week-by-week, introducing you to the basics of yoga postures (asanas), sequencing, healthy alignment and breath techniques (pranayama).

Instruction in meditation and relaxation techniques will ...

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Restorative, Yin & Yoga Nidra Workshop

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Restorative, Yin & Yoga Nidra Workshop Sunday 5th March 11:00 – 12:30 £25

Join Pamela for a wonderful wind-down from the week We will move through a short gentle flow yoga to get kinks out of the body, followed by a very restful yoga nidra practice. Yoga nidra (or yogic sleep) involves relaxing in savasana with bolster support as the teacher leads you through guided relaxation and visualisation. Yoga nidra is excellent in reducing stress, blood pressure, and setting positive intention. ...

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Newbie Yogi Workshop

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Newbie Yogi Workshop

A 2.5 hour workshop for introducing the basics of yoga. Explore alignment and breathing along with basic asana (poses) and relaxation techniques. Geared for the brand new beginner or those curious about yoga. 1 week unlimited yoga classes included – the week immediately following the workshop only.

If you want to try yoga but don’t know your down dogs from your cat curls, then this workshop is for you. The beginners Yoga workshop is an introduction to Hatha Yoga in ...

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