Autumn Yoga Day

Releasing and Letting Go

Sunday 2nd October 2022

Join us for a Full day of Yoga, Meditation and Relaxation from 9.30am - 4.15pm. Take time out for yourself

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Schedule and Theme

Yoga and The Power of Letting Go

9.30 – Welcome and Registration

9.45 – 11.00 – Yoga, The Iyengar Way.Static, Deep Stretch Postures

Tea Break (Refreshments provided)

11.15 – 11.45 – Pranayama (Yoga Breathing)

11.45 – 12.30 – The Power of Extension Postures on The Spine

Lunch Break (please bring your own lunch)

13.00 – 13.30 – Mindful Walk 

13.30 – 14.30 – Yin Yoga Seated postures for rest and recuperation

14.30 – 15.00 – Yoga – Strengthening the core 

Tea Break

15.15 – 16.00 – Gentle Flow and Yoga Nidra – Deep Relaxation technique

Autumn Yoga Day

Joint partnership with Karuna White

Karuna Hall ( née Karuna White ) is a second generation Yogi as she is the daughter of Ruth White internationally known student of BKS Iyengar himself.   Karuna qualified as a Yoga teacher 27 years ago and has been teaching both in the UK and abroad ever since.  She is able to adapt to the ever changing needs of her students and she is well known for helping her students relieve back and neck aches through alignment, posture and core strengthening.  Karuna has a Bsc in Human Physiology and her dynamic teaching allows you to reach a deeper state of relaxation that leaves you feeling revitalised in mind, body, and spirit.

Karuna and Suzy’s teaching complement each other greatly as our dedication to the Iyengar style of Yoga and its fundamental principles remain the same.

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Autumn Yoga

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Following the Autumn equinox on the 22nd September this year, we look forward to the coming of Autumn and all that it brings for us on an energetic level. The Autumn equinox marks the start of a (usually spiritual) journey inward that will last a few months. 

Time to go within 

During the Autumn season, we spend more time inside with loved ones and generally move at a slower pace than in Summer. We are offered the opportunity to regroup, contemplate and return to that deep inner well of power. It is a time for us to decide what we wish to create and be thankful for all that we already have.

Spiritually, Autumn is a time for releasing what no longer serves you, honouring your inner growth, and of course the equilibrium of day and night encourages us to balance the light and darkness within our own lives. The trees are shedding what they no longer need and so should we. What or who are we ready to release from our life? What will we not be taking with us into this new season? How will we navigate letting go of these things for good?

Harvest time 

Autumn also brings with it the harvest, the fruits of our planting and hard work at the beginning of the year. It is a time for us to be thankful for all that we already have, a time for gratitude. In the same way that farmers honour their harvest by gathering crops, we should be honouring our own harvest by looking back at the intentions we previously set and acknowledging how they’ve come to fruition. 

Yoga Day Testimonials 

I enjoyed the pace throughout the day, and the connection to the group that was brought together from the yoga. A truly calming and grounded experience, a spiritual event because of the instructors 

~ Lesley B. March 2022 ~

Suzy and Karuna provide a broad spread of techniques, giving a nice combination of deep work and gentle relaxation. A beautiful day! 

~ Adam B. June 2022 ~


Date and Time

Sunday 2nd October  2022
9.30am – 4.15pm



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