“Womb Yoga brings us home to ourselves as women. To honour the natural cycles of our womb life, is to dance in time with the cosmic rhythms of the universe” Uma Dinsmore-Tuli
Womb Yoga is an evolving therapeutic approach to yoga specially developed to support women’s health and healing over the past 13 years by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli.
It is a simple subtle practice, helping woman to re-connect joyfully with their naturally arising inner wisdom and self-expression. Womb yoga is suitable for all women, from pre-menarche to post-menopause, throughout pregnancy and postnatal phases, for women with or without wombs.
Come relax, renew and feel connected to your womanly self and join us for a profoundly empowering, healing and nourishing practice!
Then join us the third Friday of each month @ Yoga Mamas – £10/£7conc
Please come and join us for our monthly Brighton Yoga Satsang:
Sunday 19th May at 7.00pm
- 7:30pm – Kirtan – Led by Narayani and any other willing singers
- 8pm – Meditation
- 8:30pm – Discussion – The Four Main Paths of Yoga – Bhakti, Karma, Jnana and Raja – what they are and how we can work with them in Western Culture.
- 9pm – Tea and chat
All welcome! FREE or small donation if you can afford it.
Brighton Yoga is a non for profit community organisation aimed at bringing the wider teachings of yoga to Brighton and offering a place for the community to meet.
Most people know yoga asana to be yoga but this is just a small part of this amazing science. Yoga also includes Bhakti Yoga (the yoga of the heart i.e Kirtan) Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga and Raja Yoga (of which asana are part of) there is also Hatha Yoga (which asana are also part of).
Brighton Yoga is a community of yoga teachers, Kirtan singers and yoga practitioners. All are welcome to join us. www.brightonyoga.org
Ying Yang Yoga Workshop with Lucy Deere
We will explore yoga postures and techniques that Yin and Yang qualities. Yin postures are held for around five minutes and allow us to sink down deeply, relax, and tone the connective tissues. Yang postures are more dynamic and concerned with stamina and strength. As with all yoga practice the emphasis is on breath awareness and the present moment enabling us to let go and release mental tensions and emotional worries whilst also leaving us feeling physically nourished and recharged. By learning how to balance Yin and Yang postures we gain a greater understanding of how we can create a yoga practice that suits our ever changing, daily needs. Open to all levels. Refreshments provided.
Booking essential (07811 720592 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
With Lucy Lindner
£18/£22/£26 (no/low/full wage)