with Raphan Kebe

Sunday 30 October

10.30am-1pm // 2-5pm at Happy Om Studio

Space & Flow movement masterclass
Suitable for all levels, including adventurous beginners

£40 (or book both the masterclass and workshop for £90)

Join us for a morning of soulful, poetic and meditative movement, which is sure to expand your horizons to new possibilities in flow, as well as offer tools and ideas as to how you can further your own personal practice and movement vocabulary.

We’ll begin with a somatic exploration and the Space & Flow Dynamic Warm Up, before moving into a steady, uplifting and rhythmic vinyasa flow, exploring together where somatics and asana coincide. We’ll test how linear patterns can become circular and harness the natural spirals within the body, all while aiming to move through space from the inside out. Our work will finish with a deep rest and relaxation.

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Art of sequencing workshop
For experienced practitioners and teachers

£60 (or book both the masterclass and workshop for £90)

In this workshop, Raphan will be sharing some of his perspectives on vinyasa sequencing, and how somatics and biomechanics can inspire and infuse your own practice and flows. We’ll work with the understanding that we are spherical beings and that we move through three planes or dimensions of motion. As such, our yoga practice can become the creation of sacred geometry in action, an expression of unity, integrity and resilience. If you feel ready to explore something new in your teaching or practice, this will be a perfect opportunity to do so in a collaborative and supportive environment.

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“Liz made me fall in love again with yoga. I hadn’t practiced for a while, really enjoyed her classes. She makes everybody feel welcome, regardless of their abilities and knowledge. Thank you!” – Julie

“Liz is one of my favourite yoga teachers, her classes are a great mix of challenging and relaxing poses and there is a playful quality throughout. I am really enjoying the online classes at the moment but look forward to be able to practice in person again soon!” – Abi

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