Bringing ease and joy to body, heart and mind
"Your teaching is so playful and kind, I fear you have spoiled me for any other teacher now!" Sky, Yoga holiday participant
Make sure you have something to look forward to when the long summer days have passed: with not one but two cherishing Autumn Yoga retreats to choose from, including day guest options for Cornwall locals, it's time to reset and reconnect more deeply to your inner being.
"I always think you should leave a good yoga class with that smiley woozy feeling you have after a great massage
and this was definitely that kind of experience.
Best not to operate heavy machinery for a while!"
Sophie, day workshop participant
And... an invitation to dive deep
An immersive course of 6 beautiful one day gatherings, accompanied by recommended reading and home practice.
Explore the true essence of yoga as it relates to your body, your mind and your soul. Journey with a small group of like-spirited others into what yoga really means, learning how you can evolve your own practice and deepen your knowledge of its subtle energies and transformative powers.
Oceanlight Yoga creates the space for you to be, softly immersed in your own experience, letting go of daily pressures and tapping into a deeper you, where calmness, comfort and joy have the chance to grow.
Come with me, Julia, on an inward journey to the very essence of yoga. Inspired by Vanda Scaravelli's instinctive approach, you will move your body in ways that feel good, opening gently for your breath and energy (prana) to flow. Giving room to your mind to let go and rest. A rare and much needed treat in today's demanding life.
Discover how yoga can go beyond fixed ideas of posture and breath. A place where there is no right or wrong and instead an invitation to feel, sense and find new freedom. A freedom that has been waiting just under the surface for you to glimpse. It is absolutely suitable for beginners and equally valuable for experienced yogis.
Postures (asana), breathing (pranayama), mindfulness (dharana) and meditation (dhyana) merge together in a dance that will lead you towards greater harmony in mind, body and soul.
Want to know more? The only real way is to try for yourself.
"And I said to my body, softly 'I want to be your friend.'
It took a long breath and replied,
'I have been waiting my whole life for this.' "