January 21st- Yin Yoga Workshop



2 Hour mindful, slow and deep practice

This workshop is suitable for all levels; time will be spent going over each posture to ensure that everyone get the most out of their practice

Yang Yoga (think Power, Vinyasa, hot Yoga, Ashtanga) Is great for exercising our Yang tissues, our muscles. Yin Yoga on the other hand allows us to work beyond the muscles, and carefully and safely exercising our Yin Tissues (our connective tissue, ligaments, tendons, bones, joints) The postures will all be done on the floor; we will hold the postures for between 1-3 mins

Although Yin is a simple practice this is not restorative yoga, we are gently and mindfully stressing our yin tissues. It can be very challenging to hold the postures for the length of time required, it will test you in a very different way than your yang practice.

Please contact Carly to book on 07769179352 or carlyramsayyoga@hotmail.com


January 27th – Dinner and a Movie



Join us for our new Dinner and a Movie night. We’re celebrating Veganuary by showing Specieism and serving delicious vegan Buddha Bowls. If you’re vegan, not vegan, vegan-curious or none of the above but fancy watching a film and eating delicious food with a lovely group of people…..come along! You’re welcome to bring your own drinks!

We’ll have information on transitioning to veganism, and plenty of people to chat to about recipes and how to get by without cheese.

Spaces are limited and tickets are available here


January 28th – Relax and Re-Energise Retreat Day

10:30am – 5:30pm


A special whole day retreat for health, wellbeing and fun

  • 10:30 – Introductions and Tea
  • 10:45 -Relaxing Yoga
  • 12:00 – Mindful break
  • 12:45 – Healthy Lunch – provided
  • 1:45 – Ayurveda Introduction
  • 3:45 – Tea break
  • 4.00-  Energising Nia
  • 5:00 – Relaxing Yoga Nidra
Book here! Spaces are limited

February 4th – An evening of Kirtan

4pm – 6pm

By donation (suggested £5-£7)

What is Kirtan?

Kirtan is a call and response form of devotional chant sung with musical accompaniment. Essentially a meditative practice, it can lead to transcendental states of bliss, joy and love as well as being a lot of fun. It is also very easy to learn. Because Kirtan has its roots in India, many of the chants are in Sanskrit, however we will also include chants from other traditions and you are welcome to bring any mantras or chants you wish to share. There is no experience required and you are welcome to come along and sing or just relax and listen as you like. 

What to Bring

A blanket or cushion to sit on (also available at the studio)You are also welcome to bring any instruments including percussion (drums, rattles, shakers…)


Please arrive in time for a 4pm start. All welcome.

For further info please contact John Paul on 07747032300 or email johnpaul@surfingfish.com


February 7th – An Introduction to Science of the Mind

Running each Wednesday 7:30pm-8:30pm for 6 weeks

£20 per session or 6 for £50

Yvonne has studied Science of the Mind for several years and has incorporated it into her own life for positive change. With her tried and tested, but unique approach, she helps people realise their potential for change.

Over 6 weeks, Yvonne will introduce you to a better understanding of the following challenges we face:

Feb 7th – Stress/Anxiety

Feb 14th – Career/Interviews

Feb 21st – Relationships/Communication

Feb 28th – Fears/Phobias

Mar 7th – Health/Wellbeing/Nutrition

Mar 14th – Colour/Energy and how to incorporate it into our lives positively

Classes can be attended separately. Contact Yvonne to book or for details:

enquiries@enhancingyoulifecoach.com or 07984 783455


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