Anyone fancy doing their Ashtanga practice on stage during a DJ set at a dance-music festival this weekend?
This week I’ve really been feeling the words spoken by Lisa, our Off The Mat victim for the February Newsletter. To the question “What do you enjoy most about your practise?” she replied “That it’s always there, and that you are able to hook into this amazing network of people wherever you are.” I was […]
A big welcome back to Sarah, who is looking far too tanned, rested and healthy quite the opposite to how I am feeling. To have someone teaching every day who knows your practice so intimately is a real privelige and appreciated. it is particularly interesting how teachers can differ in their approach but it us up […]
(Title adapted from Ghostlight and the Parliament of Birds, Nick Evans 2009). On Saturday we had a little gathering to bid farewell to Nick Evans who’s been teaching at the centre for the last 3 months. It’s not been his first visit teaching in Brighton and I get the feeling that he’s had a great […]
The centre is kindly allowing us to use the space for self-practice over the festive season, after it has officially closed on Saturday 19th December. Laura will be opening up every day at the usual time (6.30-8.30am weekdays, 8.30-10.30am Sundays), with the exception of Saturdays, Moon Days, 22nd Dec, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New […]
Tomorrow will mark the end of Nick’s first week teaching in Brighton. This morning he was joined by Katya so we were blessed by having two authorized teachers in the room. Numbers have been on the quiet side this week which has made for an intimate experience as we all get to know each other […]