Summer Stillness Breathing Space

Friday 17th July at 7.30pm – join me for a quiet hour of meditation and relaxation on zoom.

The Breathing Space is exactly that… a place to pause the momentum of everyday life and sit quietly and create calm and ease in your mind and body. Seated breath based meditation is followed by a guided deep relaxation called yoga nidra. It’s replenishing and re-centring. Everything we need in these changing times.

Create a quiet and warm space where you’ll be undisturbed, and have blankets and cushions to be as comfortable as possible. You can begin sitting on the floor or in a chair, whichever’s best for you.

I began these evening sessions as an extra way to support my yoga students and for now they are offered freely and with love. Donations are appreciated (whatever you can afford at this time) via Paypal or ask for my bank details.

Get in touch and I will send you the zoom link. Look forward to seeing you soon.

“The yoga nidra tonight was the perfect antidote to an interesting week. Thank you so much for all that you are thinking about, preparing and giving to us.”

“Wonderful… thank you. Very, very positive”

“That was awesome… you have a wonderful voice Tracey”

At the root of yoga is self-inquiry

Yoga is about exploring, looking inwards, finding your own rhythm of movement and stillness, finding your own way to health and wellbeing.

Yoga has a number of principles, one of the key ones being SVADHYAYA, self-inquiry, attaining self-knowledge. Another is AHIMSA, non-conflict. In terms of the body and the breath, we want to find ways to move that take us away from any conflict, any unnecessary pain or suffering.

In yoga classes, I invite you to ask questions that are answered in the body – How does it want to move today? To express itself? What happens when you allow movement to arise naturally? Can you feel and connect into your own inner rhythm of movement and breath?

The breath is our constant and moving reminder to be present in the moment – the rise and fall of a wave. Can you begin to notice how the breath and the body interact? How they relate to each other and to how you feel?

Are you creating restriction or freedom? Is there conflict? Can you move towards ease?

The whole thing is an exploration, an invitation to inquire, to play, to have fun!