Monday 1st January: 10.00am-12.00pm
£40 (in-person & online)
The only constant is change.
Bad news — there’s a good chance your new year’s resolution is going to fail! In a world world fixated on achievement and outcome, the desire to do more, be better, be the best, get it now, can often lead to disappointment, disillusionment and despair.
The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient Indian text and a source of yoga wisdom that speaks of karma, or action.
“You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.” (Chapter 2, Verse 7)
“On this path no effort is wasted, nor is there any danger of adverse effects. Even a little practice of this Yoga protects one from great fear.” (Chapter 2, Verse 40)
We move cyclically through this world — it might sometimes feel like you are chasing your own tail, repeating the same patterns over and over. But once on the path, everything you do (or don’t do) is in service of your liberation. We are spiralling upwards, whether we realise it or not.
Everything could change completely with your next breath. So begin 2024 by showing up to yourself. Embrace change, practise, work hard, breathe and expect nothing.
This workshop is a powerful, fun, uplifting vinyasa practice to clear your mind and keep you revolving and evolving.
Everyone, no matter where you are in your practice, is welcome!