community events & workshops


Yoga for Emotional Wellbeing

Saturday, 14 March, 2020      10.15 am – 12.30 pm

Come and enjoy a relaxing morning of yoga for emotional wellbeing in the lovely setting in the hall of St John’s Convent, Linden Hill Lane, Kiln Green, RG10 9XP, a couple of miles from Twyford, Berkshire.

Mats, blocks, cushions and blankets will be provided, although you are welcome to bring your own. Refreshments will be provided and car parking is available.

In the quiet and peace of the lovely hall at St John’s convent away from the traffic and hustle and bustle of daily life. we can hear the sound of the breeze in the trees,  In this tranquil setting, come and enjoy a relaxing morning of yoga.   Take an opportunity to move and stretch your physical body, work with your breath and energy, calm the chattering mind, listen to your intuition and connect with your inner being, with the intention of bringing balance and peace across the whole of your being.

Feedback from Sarah’s previous Saturday morning workshop included, “Best start to a Saturday, have been feeling so relaxed all day!  Thank you.”

Venue:  Hall at St John’s Convent, Linden Hill Lane, Kiln Green, RG10 9XP

Cost:      The cost for this workshop is £25.00 payable on booking and non-refundable, unless the event is cancelled.  Minimum numbers are needed for each event

To book, please email sarah@swan-yoga.co.uk

Community events – Breathing for Wellbeing 

Sarah was delighted to collaborate with Emma’s Kitchen  who hosted Sarah’s Breathing for Wellbeing community events on Thursday, 12 September, & Thursday, 17 October, 2019, and would like to thank everyone who came along.

The free-to-attend events were opportunities to find out about how breathing can influence how we feel.  We don’t have to think about our breath to breathe, but our breath is always with us!  Many of us lead very busy lives and find ourselves dealing with the stresses and strains that go alongside that.  In addition, we may have health issues or feel stressed and anxious, all of which can impact our health and wellbeing in a negative way.

Sarah invited everyone to get better acquainted with their “best friend” – their breath.  As our breath is always with us, it can offer us support whenever we need it.  Sarah encouraged everyone to connect with their breath, showing how we can change how we feel by changing how we breathe.  If we breathe well, we can feel better and, if we feel better, we can potentially cope better with where the path in life leads us.   There was also time for some mindful relaxation and tips for techniques for better sleep.

Yoga can help us at any point in our lives, but it’s often particularly helpful when our lives are frantic and when we’re feeling stressed.  Yoga Therapy can help us if we have health issues or are recovering from ill health,.  As well as teaching yoga, Sarah is also a Yoga Therapist registered with the CNHC.  If you would like to explore more about Yoga Therapy, please follow this link.