Workshops at Soulfit

If you're looking to push your practice or massively slow it down, we've collaborated with some deeply talented teachers to enable you to nourish and enrich your yoga experience at Soulfit. 2019 Schedule below:

Hope you can join us.

Shay Grant

Shay Grant


With Shay Grant

Saturday 26th January, 12-2.30pm

A brilliant workshop that breaks down & demystifies some of the more progressive elements of your yoga practice:

Looking at Breath & Bandhas: The pillars of the practice; The Sun Salutation: The foundation of Vinyasa Yoga and Preparing for Inversions and Arm Balances: Building Strength and Fearlessness

The workshop will conclude with a yoga Nidra practice, to help us relax and absorb our learnings. Dig deep, restore and retreat on this immersive journey

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Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams


With Sarah Williams

Saturday 9th February, 2-5pm

We're delighted to be welcoming back the gorgeous Sarah Williams for another immersive yoga workshop...

Are you looking to turn the autopilot off? These practices are for those looking for nuances and subtlety to light up the body and still the mind. Strong doesn’t have to mean hard and fast. In this workshop you will explore moving slower, your relationship to gravity and how to work with balance.  


· Energising standing sequences with time to feel into sensation and space

· Strength based alignment to help you feel empowered, safe and easeful in your practice

· Techniques to find strength in familiar postures as well as some dynamic balancing postures

· Pathways to transition into a long, deep savasana.

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With Anneliese Wells and Lorna Driver-Davies

Saturday 9th March, 2-5pm

Nutrition and Yoga to address Stress Relief at Menopause:
Why stress management is an important consideration in menopause and how to feel calmer in your body and mind.

Peri-menopause and menopause can be a time when our experience of stress (physically and mentally) is heightened. Research has shown that common menopausal symptoms may be amplified in women who experience stress. Stress is not always what we think it classically to be. For example, lack of ‘quiet time’, eating poorly or not getting enough sleep can be ‘stressful’ for the body. Overall, in a phase of hormone transition, there is a greater need to take care of ourselves by incorporating stress management techniques into our lives.

Lorna Driver-Davies will be educating on how nutrition, botanicals and lifestyle can support this life stage - physically and mentally. She will be specifically focusing on the effects of stress and how this can increase unwanted symptoms and create other 'after-effects' specific to this hormone-shift life stage. It will be an opportunity to see how you can take steps to make changes to avoid stress and how to cushion the effects when it is sometimes unavoidable.

Anneliese Wells will take you through a balanced Yoga and Mindfulness practice that will bring relief from stress. Whilst strong poses help metabolise stress hormones, gentle poses with deep breathing bring relief from physical tension and allow the body to enter the relaxation response. Mindfulness practices can help women to accept the challenges they face and develop self compassion to better cope with stress.

Yoga and nutrition are the perfect partners. This workshop aims to help you see how you can incorporate a fusion of support into your life, to nurture and rebalance.

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More Workshops to follow soon