Workshops & CPD Courses

“I feel so lucky to have discovered your yoga classes. I have searched a long time to find the right class and I have never experienced a class quite like yours. You have a unique way of creating an energising, relaxing and inspiring class each week. The chakra workshop was the most amazing class” Hannah

Workshops & Special Classes 2023

Deep Rest Sunday Sessions

1 hour to create a little nest, get comfy and rest. This session will include practices to help support your rest; gentle breathing, guided relaxation and a sound bath.

A monthly practice at Saltwater Studios, Worthing;

2023/ 24 Dates

  • 15th October
  • 19th November
  • 17th December
  • 28th January
  • 18th February

7.30pm – 8.30pm

Please bring everything you can to be comfortable and warm; mat/ pillow/ cushion/ bolster/ eye pillow/ blanket – whatever you have/ can carry!

Price; £12

Link to book

Yoga Garden Workshops and Rituals

Wednesday Rituals:

27th September – Transitioning to Autumn ritual 6-8pm

26th October – An Extended Yin Practice 6-8pm

20th December – A Winter Solstice Ritual and Practice 6-8pm

10th January – New Moon/ New Year Ritual 6-8pm

14th February – a Ritual for the Heart 6-8pm

April 24th – Full Moon Ritual 6-8pm

May 8th – New Moon Ritual 6-8pm

June 19th – Summer Solstice Ritual 6-8pm

Book here

Seasonal Workshops at The Yoga Garden

2nd September – A late Summer Yin Workshop and Sound Bath

18th November – An Autumn Yin Workshop with Sound Bath

13th January – A Winter Yin Workshop and Sound Bath

Details & Book here


Sleep Well

A Yin class (on Zoom) with Yoga Nidra just before bedtime to help you prepare for a good night sleep. Yoga Nidra is a guided relaxation.

6th December 8-9.15pm

on Zoom

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Dive into Stillness – a Winter Yin Workshop

9th December at Unity Lewes 2-5pm

An afternoon of stillness, contemplation and deep rest.

Breath work. Yin Yoga. A Sound Bath.

Book here

A Silent Yin Class & Sound Bath for the Winter Solstice

A silent Yin Yoga class to dive inwards, soften and have some quiet time over the Winter Solstice. Experience in Yin Yoga is needed as there is no speaking at all during this class. Practising Yin together in silence is a deeply meditative and profound experience. The session will end with a crystal bowl sound bath.

7.30pm – 8.45pm £16

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Feedback from a yin workshop:

“I attended your workshop at Knepp last Saturday and I simply had to write to thank you for a really wonderful morning. I had no idea what to expect but the experience surpassed anything I could have imagined. I don’t want to sound over the top but it was truly life changing for me.

I had brain surgery 3 years ago and then lots of traumatic life experiences followed. Although I have recovered extremely well, this workshop took me to the next level.

The breathing exercise and the sound bath particularly helped me. I could actually feel my vibration rise and I left feeling euphoric. I think I had a sort of out of body experience as I felt like I was floating. I am still feeling amazing so I can’t thank you enough. 

I am a Perfumer and run natural Perfume Making Workshops and your workshop has really helped me connect with my sense of purpose and passion and provided me with a much needed boost of creative inspiration.” Sara, Yoga Garden workshop attendee, 2022

“Just to say: this was the slowest, deepest and physically effortless Yoga workshop ever. I felt exquisitely calm all day Sunday – in fact, the sense of quiet seemed to deepen even more. What a miraculous process!” Ruth

If you are interested in immersing yourself more in Yin Yoga you might be interested in Louise’s Yin Teacher Training courses in Brighton and Goa.



Yoga Tree

Centre yourself


How To Centre Yourself
A useful tool in times of stress.

1. Feel your connection to the earth, bring awareness to your feet and sitting bones, if you are seated. Straighten your spine as if pulling energy up from the earth right up to the crown of your head.

2. Breathe long slow deep belly breaths. Make the out breath longer and as you exhale let go.

3. Relax the middle line of your body; between your eye brows, your mouth, tongue, jaw and finally your belly.

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