Rasa Yoga : Water

with Annet Richards-Binns

  Sun 3 Nov




A slow-moving, nourishing workshop to release tension through the body and mind.

- £15 -

About the class

Everyone welcome.

This Workshop :

Our bodies are primarily water (around 60-70%).

Immerse yourself in the fluidity within you in this Rasayoga practice exploring movements to embody our watery nature.

Connect to your water element with grace and ease, inviting streams of softness as you ride the waves of your practice.

This creative, slow-moving and nourishing class lubricates the joints in the body. It’s a flowing practice with wave-like circling swaying, undulating, rippling movements releasing tension through the body and mind.

As we embrace the flow and we ride the waves in our lives, we can tune into that fluid current in everything, appreciating the ebb and flow of all life.

Rasa Yoga :

weaves together asana, mantra, mudra, pranayama, meditation & tantric philosophy. Connecting heart, breath and alignment, this creative practice guides you to awaken the mind, body & soul.

Please Bring :

a journal/ notebook

your yoga mat

warm layers

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About Annet :

Annet Richards-Binns is deeply motivated about Yoga and her yoga practice. She was awakened to the potency of Hatha Yoga as a teenager in Jamaica and she kept that light shining brightly in her, developing her practice and knowledge as she realised that she would love to deepen her practice, teach and share what she knows about Yoga!

Annet became a Yoga Alliance-registered teacher in 2016, training with OrangeYoga. She thrives on the integrated practices of Yoga and also enjoys weaving the spirit of play, self-care and creative expression into her work. She is dedicated to helping people flourish with their Well-Being, and feel connected to themselves and others, through Yoga.

‘I want people to know and see and feel inside their bodies and minds the magic and wisdom of Yoga’

As a dedicated student, she is excited about deepening her practices and refining her teachings and is currently continuing advanced studies, embracing modern Yoga tethered to the ancient teachings.