Here is a list of our Yoga and Wellbeing Workshops in Stirling

February 19th – Womens Circle



Energy & universal flow 

‘You are never alone or helpless. The force that guides the stars guides you too.’ Shrii Shrii Anandamurti 

February’s circle is all about energy – feeling that healing connection to the universe – and letting the good vibes flow!

Join us to quiet the mind, relax into now, and let inspiration in.
The hour will conclude with a calming guided meditation.

The women’s circle is a welcoming space to be yourself, and share some supportive feminine energy

Email Lisa to book

Drop in spaces also available.

February 29th – FREE Post Natal Wellness Workshop

10am – 11am

Come along to a fun, interactive session that will cover the following:
Returning to exercise after having a baby!
Core and Pelvic floor considerations
Healthy Eating for recovery and fat loss in the post natal period
15 minute Taster Exercise Session
Opportunity to ask questions and chat with other mums!
All attendees will receive 10% off the March Block of 6 sessions!
Please bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes and trainers.

Contact Jennifer for more information and to book

March 1st – Kundalini Yoga and Gong

11:30am – 2:30pm

£20 in advance £25 on the day

Jen and Julie invite you to a session of deeply refreshing and relaxing kundalini yoga, meditation, deep relaxation and therapeutic sound. Nourish yourself with practices to boost your physical, mental and emotional well-being. Then lie down and relax as you are taken on a gentle sound journey with the vibrations of the Himalayan bowls, Gongs and Crystal Bowls, ending with a percussion sequence to ground and energise.

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Mats, blocks, blankets etc provided in the studio but do feel free to bring your own. Yogi tea and nibbles included. Please do not eat a heavy meal within two hours of the session’s start.

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March 15th – The Blossoming of Spring Mindfulness workshop


Join Susie and Phil for an extended workshop, as we welcome Spring with open arms. 

These sessions are open to everyone, from beginners to experienced practitioners. As well as a variety of mindfulness practices, there will be time for some discussions, and also some seasonal movement. We will discuss the themes of Spring, including embracing change and clearing out those things that no longer serve us. There will be time to consider seasonal food, and look at the habits that best serve us at this time of year.

The cost of the workshop is £30, which includes refreshments. The concessionary price is £24 – this is for students and those in receipt of their pension. Please also select this price if you are on a low wage, or are a carer. Please don’t let cost put you off – Pause and Breathe have subsidised places for all of their events, just get in contact to offer whatever you can afford – no questions asked.

Please get in contact with any queries, or to book directly to avoid the booking fee –

May 22nd – Coral Brown, An Introduction to Chakras



Visiting us all the way from Rhode Island, USA, Coral is an outstanding, inspirational and uplifting teacher of teachers, drawing on 20 years of experience in yoga, philosophy, and holistic counseling to provide a fertile, open space for the processes of healing and transformation.   She has trained in the Iyengar and Jivamukti methods and is a senior teacher of Prana Vinyasa flow.   Coral leads teacher trainings, retreats and workshops worldwide, is a regular contributor to Yoga Journal and has featured classes on Learn more at  

Sit back, get comfy, relax and listen …

Who am I?  Where do I fit in?  What is my purpose? Understanding and exploring the psychology of yoga and the chakras can be of great support in relationships, work, parenting, your yoga practice, as well as dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression and much more. 

Who this class is for:
Anyone seeking an introduction to the understanding of the chakras and how they inform our choices, habits and motivations. As well as those wanting to understand how to begin to come to terms with and reframe past experiences that cause anxiety, pain, and/or depression.   What drives your behaviour..? 

There will be no practice, so yoga gear is not required.  Just wear something comfortable.  Chairs are available if you are not comfortable sitting on the floor.  Refreshments provided.

 Spaces very limited so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To book, e-mail: or ask at the studio

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