18th & 19th September 2021

Charlie & Oli Workshop 

at Love Yoga



Heads Down, Feet Up. Here, we shall be digging into the fundamentals of inversions (where the head is lower than the hips) all the way from Downward Dog to Handstand. No matter what your level of experience in this department, you are sure to leave feeling much more confident with you ability to get that head down and those feet up!


Live Lung and Prosper. In this session, we shall be explaining the basic principles of yogic breathing, all the way through to exploration of advanced pranayama. Your breathing is the most important area of your practice; if you want to advance your asana, the breath is the key!



Lubricate Your Balls (and Sockets). Here, we shall be focussing our attention on those complicated ball and socket joints: the hips and the shoulders. So often we treat these areas as mere hinges, ignoring the fact that they are capable of a huge range of motion. Come along and open up!


The Art of Self Practice. Ultimately, advancing your yogic journey relies on dedication and diligence. However, you can’t always work with your teachers, and so self-practice becomes vital. Learn how to cultivate a stable home-practice, armed with knowledge that will keep you safe as you grow to practice by yourself. Moreover, if you are an advanced home-practitioner, this session will reveal new areas for you to explore, as well as plenty of hints and tips to keep that routine fresh.


We encourage you to attend the whole weekend as each session will build into the next, with The Art of Self Practice pulling all the previous hours of work together into a cohesive unit. However, if this is not possible, you can pick and choose which parts of the weekend you would like to attend.

£25 each

£45 for 2 workshops

£80 for all 4 workshops

If you’d prefer not to pay online, we can manually book you in and we can arrange a cash/card transaction instead.


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All are welcome!