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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS Love Your Yoga Practise


“Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love.” Rumi


I just love to move my body; music makes me want to dance, mountains make me want to climb and dreams of beautiful places make me want to travel. I’ve always been this way and even my yoga practise has at times been so full of movement that it feels restless; forever flowing into the next pose without allowing time to linger, breathe and be truly present. In Ayurvedic terms I’m Vata, all air and ether, with a tendency to become unbalanced!


Yoga Summer School


Enrolment has opened for my 5-week Summer school which starts 7th August; this year I’m offering “drop-in” classes and a brand new Masterclass, “Refine, Reflect, Reset”, to help you find a practise you truly love.


Fierce Warrior Flow: starts 7th August 6.00pm


Ignite your practise with warrior spirit and embrace this energetic flow class - sprinkled with strong poses and kick-ass core - set to an ever-changing, motivational playlist.


Progressive Ashtanga: starts 7th August 7.30pm


This class offers detailed alignment coaching and “hands-on” adjusts to help committed students to progress safely whilst becoming more self-reliant and self-aware.


Liquid Flow Yoga: starts 8th August 6.30pm


Creatively choreographed and embracing the freedom of movement, these classes offer seamless, flowing sequences with an emphasis on graceful movement that feels good. You’ll find that resistance


dissolves as you immerse yourself in your practise and deepen your mind-body connection.


Refine, Reflect, Reset: starts 9th August 6.15pm Find new love for your practise by refining small details, steadying


your breath and allowing time to pause and reflect. Moving carefully and with real attention to detail you’ll find yourself drawn deeply


into a practise you can truly love. A thoughtful flow to honour your commitment to yourself.


Tel: 07712 531365│Email: info@thehealtharchitect.co.uk www.thehealtharchitect.co.uk


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But, two years ago I met Simon Park at the Chamonix Yoga Festival - I was instantly mesmerised by his super-fluid long flows using poetic cues, casually interspersed with inversions and funky arm balances! This is liquid flow and for me it was love at first encounter. A practise encompassing everything from the mesmerising force of a mountain waterfall or the giddy chuckling of a melt-water stream to the steady, much slower, deep flow of a valley river.


And now that I’ve had the chance to fully immerse myself in liquid flow yoga for a second time in the French Alps – fittingly surrounded by mountain waterfalls and rivers – I’ve discovered a new depth to my practise that I never knew I’d love so much. Liquid Flow provides enough action for a movement warrior like me but interspersed with stillness, magical metaphors and refined transitions. Taking time, taking care is truly calming – it sends a clear signal of self-compassion. Plus, in the calm it is easier to listen and observe so we can see more of our intrinsic nature.


I returned home eager to share this new rhythm but there’s only so much I can fit into my weekly classes so the idea of offering longer masterclasses was born and I’ll be starting to run these in August.


If you are yearning for a yoga practise that you can truly love then these masterclasses are for you!


Sarah Kekus, aka. The Health Architect ISSUE 427 | 19 JULY 2018 | 24


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