What’s happening at The Space to Breathe Collective?
Sound healing and kirtan with Sarah & Mukti
A rare treat this August bank holiday, as musician and sacred activist Mignon Mukti joins us from Australia to host a concert and sound healing workshop. Mukti is joined by co-host, hatha yoga teacher and musician Sarah Heeley. This special event will combine magical mantra, gentle hatha yoga and kirtan with healing crystal bowls. Sarah and Mukti are graduates of the ‘Heart of Sound’, Rishikesh (the world’s first teacher training focused entirely on the transformational power of sound!)
Sunday August 25th 4 - 6 pm at The Space to Breathe on Rawson Street
Book all your Rawson Street classes online
Online booking for all classes at The Space to Breathe Collective Rawson Street City Centre home is now available at www.spacetobreathecollective.co.uk and direct from our Facebook page.
We hope this makes viewing classes, times and prices easier and guarantees you a space at our Rawson Street Space. Please use the easy online booking system to help us manage the space. Payment for classes is on the day direct to the teacher.
A chance to practice crow, handstand and peacock in a safe encouraging space - who knows what shapes you will pull …
Come and spend time with Tom and Marcel as they share the secrets of the dark art of inversions in.a friendly and encouraging space. They are running two stand alone workshops which last 2 hours and cost £25.
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.