What’s happening at The Space to Breathe Collective?
Soulpreneurs Event - Saturday 26th October @ 3.30pm - 5.30pm.
After the amazing success of our Soulpreneur event in September, we bring you the second workshop in this series. Whatever tools you use to be of service and allow people to heal, be happier and live fuller, you are a Soulpreneur. Whether you are just starting off sharing your gifts with others, or long into your service, this is a space where you can find people who are at similar stages in their healing practice. We will meditate together, share our successes and challenges and inspire each other.
Restorative Yoga with Emma - Every Monday @ 7.45 pm
Emma will guide you through restorative yoga poses and how to properly use props to set up poses and modifications
Emma will help you find peace in a chaotic world and each class includes a strong and transformative savasana.
Film Evening - THE LAST DALAI LAMA? ... presented by director Mickey Lemle.
Sunday 10th November @ 6.00 pm. £12
Director Mickey Lemle will join us to present his new documentary 'THE LAST DALAI LAMA?'. His incredible films (including 'Ram Dass FIERCE GRACE') are 'stories about human beings who represent the potential for transformation in each of us.' We established The Space To Breathe to offer the physical resources to support the realization of this potential, so it is a gift to have Mickey join us and share his intimate portrait of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.
The Collective teachers are friendly and enthusiastic and offer a wide variety of yoga, which is great, but we know the choice can be bewildering and too much choice can make you feel like doing nothing. Click on the button above to find a class that is a perfect fit for you.
Yoga Therapy for Anxiety & Stress: Create Your Calm
For more information or to book a one to one assessment click below
“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity”
―John Muir, Our National Parks
Taking time for yourself, each week, while you need to, and bringing whatever you want to bring, can open up the space to think and reflect on where you are, how you got here, and where you want to be.
Working with children (8 and over), young people and adults.