What’s happening at The Space to Breathe Collective?
Film Evening - Evelyn 5th October at 5.30 pm
EVELYN is a deeply personal film from Academy Award® winning filmmakers of THE WHITE HELMETS and VIRUNGA. It is the story of how a family survives the unthinkable.
Fourteen years after the suicide of their son and brother, Evelyn, the family decide to walk the length of the UK and try to talk about him - something they had failed to do in over a decade.
This poetic feature documentary explores the fabric of grief and the longevity of love. Part quest film, part road-trip, part memoir, EVELYN is an exposition of the taboos of mental health and male emotion, and a tribute to our times.
September Gong Bath with Jackie Searle
Soul Sister Yoga, Gong & Holistic Therapies Yoga, Gong & Holistic Therapies. You may not have experienced the Gong before and it really is a therapy which everyone should try.
On a physical level, the gong releases tension and blocks in the body, it stimulates a higher functioning of the glandular and nervous system, it increases prana, our vital life force and improves circulation.
Yin Yoga and Mindfulness - Saturday 12th of October 2 - 4.30 pm
Emma from So Hum Yoga https://sohumyogaleicester.co.uk has teamed up with Stuart Carter from Simply Mindfulness to bring you this workshop at the Space to Breathe. There will be a talk, take some mindful movements, meditate and do some blissful yin yoga
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.