When energy flows freely along the energetic pathways you can experience vibrant health in the body and mind and spiritual awakening. However, factors such as dietary choices, pain, stress, lack of movement and physical exercise and not dealing with or holding on to emotions or thoughts can result in the chakras becoming energetically deficient or excessive which creates a blockage in the stream of energy.Read More
After studying with different schools and teachers there is very little emphasis put on this tool that you possess that allows you to pass on your knowledge…YOUR VOICE! It’s crucial that you train it, look after it and most of all learn to use it.Read More
121 yoga tuition is a luxury, however at Studio One we look to make it affordable for everyone, so we structure our prices to reflect that. Think of it like going to have your hair cut…(bear with us!)...you can choose to have an appointment with a newly qualified hairdresser or with the senior stylist and you’ll pay differently based on experience. The same applies here…Read More
We’re always working to create new things for our students and as such our timetable changes and adapts to bring you the BEST offering around with the best teachers employed to deliver them! Check out what’s changed below and scroll further on down to see which of your favourites are returning…Read More
The beauty is that you get to choose what you would like from each session by setting an intention at the start of every practice. So if you’re feeling sluggish, you can set an intention around enhanced energy and vitality; if you’re feeling tired, you can choose to find deep rest.Read More
We are a family of climbers and skiers/snowboarders, so as we’re approaching a trip at home or abroad we tend to change up our practice a little to prepare our bodies with a little more focus. Our yoga poses for climbing are super simple and we add them to our regular practice along with some viloma pranayama (breathing) practice. More on this later!Read More
Take a breath. Breathe. Inhale. Exhale. Fill the lungs up. Let the air out.
I’ve no doubt after you’ve read that first sentence you’ll feel a little different; hopefully better. Possibly the one defining element yoga has when compared to any other form of physical activity such as gymnastics or calisthenics is the connection of movement to breath.Read More