Exploring Habits (Feb 21)

Yoga Workshop Sun 28th Feb

Exploring your habits 

Springtime is often a when we try to set up new habits but why do some habits stick while others can be hard to change?

In this 2-hour workshop, we will investigate our habits (Samskara) through the exploration of yoga teachings.  We’ll consider why it can be difficult to break certain habits and will learn practical ways of helping new habits stick.

Through yoga practice, we will aim to improve our awareness of our habitual ways of being or re-acting.  We will explore how we can become caught in behaviour patterns and how these can be difficult to break. We will reflect on the meaning of the quote from Desikachar “Our yoga practice needs to be smarter than our habits”.  Alongside the traditional yoga teachings, Beth will share tips and techniques to support you to make helpful habits stick.


I’ve always liked the idea of practising yoga at home, but I’ve never maintained a regular home practice.  I attended Beth’s yoga workshop on habits in Jan 2019 and now practice yoga 4-5 times every week.  It really helped to establish and stick with my new habit. Oct 2020

Chris Cater, Workshop Participant

Eastern Philosophy and Western Psychology

The theory covered in the workshop will be based around yoga philosophy and Western psychology.

  You will be given tips and techniques to help you establish and maintain many different habits on and off the yoga mat.   There will be opportunities to discuss the concepts Beth introduces and how it relates to our everyday lives.

Workshop Timings

The 2-hour morning session will be broken down into three theory/discussion session each about 15 minutes long plus questions.  Two yoga practice sessions about 30 minutes long and time at the end to reflect on the content ask questions or make observations.

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Early Bird Offer

£18 if you book a 2-hour workshop
3 weeks in advance

Use code E-BIRD-WS-YP22 when booking.

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