Workshops at Sadhana Yoga & wellbeing

Happy Hips and Hand Balances

Saturday 22nd April

Time: 14:00 – 16:30


Join Bridget Woods Kramer for a vinyasa practise focusing on the alignment of the hips, lower back & hamstrings.

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In this 2 hour workshop you will enjoy a playful practise with pranayama and storytelling along the way. With a few playful hand balances and a practise that will create more freedom for Hanumanasana (spirits).

Variations will be offered for all abilities where necessary.

Bridget Woods Kramer began her yoga practices in India in 1975 and embarked on an intense program of study to become a senior teacher.

Interweaving her visionary background within the fitness industry together with her love of meditation and yoga asana, Bridget teaches with enthusiasm, sensitivity, and insight, conveying yogas potential to support us in living and serving with love.

You’ll enjoy an inspirational and dynamic, yet playful class with a mix of flow and strong alignment principles, entwined with yoga philosophy.

The Magic of Yin

Saturday 13th May

Time: 14:00 – 17:00


This three-hour Yin yoga workshop is a precious chance to slow down and to soften.

Norman Blair is one of the most experienced Yin teachers in UK and he has been teaching these workshops since 2003.

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This practice of mindfully bending and gently moving can be remarkably rejuvenating for our body-mind-heart.

Yin yoga gives us the space to slow down and stay with our experiences rather than always rushing and striving to achieve. The floor-based postures are held for several minutes.

Norman began practising yoga in the early 1990s and he has been teaching since 2001. His practice and teaching embrace both Ashtanga yoga and Yin yoga as well as mindfulness meditation.

Through significant periods of training with teachers such as Alaric Newcombe, Judith Hanson Lasater, Richard Freeman and Sarah Powers, he has gained the Yoga Alliance 500 hour accreditation. He believes that yoga is accessible to all of us and through regular practice we can experience profound changes in our mind and body.

His own experience has taught him that yoga is an enjoyable way to release and make available energetic potential to enhance our lives.

Yoga can help us to become more flexible, physically stronger and improve our stamina, focus and awareness.

Norman teaches intuitive/dynamic flow yoga and Yin yoga classes and workshops throughout London, as well as leading retreats. His Yin yoga training courses are respected and popular. He has run yoga teacher mentoring groups for more than ten years.

Description: Yin yoga is a meditative practice. The emphasis is on staying in ‘shapes’ for significant periods of time. Stillness and attention are prioritised above ‘achieving’ a pose.