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Come and join me on my last trip this year... A couple of places have become available for Yin Yoga tomorrow morning 10:30-12:30 at Hillcroft in Surbiton. Stretch, relax and restore with me tomorrow (email me please) and/or Monday morning at Bullen Hall, that's drop in :) Great big huge hugs 🤗 and love 💓 [...]

2019-12-07T07:44:16+00:00Saturday, 7 December 2019|0 Comments

Yin Yoga this Sunday

Dear friends I have a couple of places left for Yin Yoga this coming Sunday, our last session at the Hillcroft centre in Surbiton. https://mumuyoga.com/last-yin-yoga-before-christmas/ Apart from the above, usual hip opening poses and rotations, we will also particularly focus on increasing thoracic mobility and opening the heart ❤️ If you'd like to join us, [...]

2019-12-04T10:44:51+00:00Wednesday, 4 December 2019|0 Comments

Last Yin Yoga before Christmas

Dear friends The last Yin Yoga session of this Year will be on Sunday 8th December, 10:30-12:30pm. It will also be the last one at the Hillcroft centre in Surbiton - we are moving back to Bullen Hall for the first Yin Yoga class in 2020 on Sunday 19th January, 10:30-12:30pm. I am taking bookings [...]

2019-11-28T13:31:38+00:00Thursday, 28 November 2019|0 Comments

Autumn Relax

Dear friends cOMe and join me on Sunday 24th November, 10:30-12:30pm for a restorative, rejuvenating, replenishing session of Yin Yoga. This slow, mindful, deeply nourishing practice never fails to amaze me... After last Sunday's session many of you came back with precious feedback, thank you. Some people arrived with painful hips, shoulders, back and neck [...]

2019-11-14T14:58:00+00:00Thursday, 14 November 2019|0 Comments

Back, Neck and Hip Pain?

Dear friends On Sunday 10th November, 10:30-12:30pm, we will once again delve deep into our muscles and joints to lengthen and moisten the fascia or connective tissue of the body. Through our active and passive lifestyles, muscle fibres can shorten, become dry and loose their elasticity and this can create a lot of discomfort and [...]

2019-11-04T12:38:38+00:00Monday, 4 November 2019|0 Comments