MoreYoga Late Night Lock Ins are an alternative to a usual night out, an opportunity to spend your Friday or Saturday evening doing something that enriches rather than depletes your system. Every  Lock In is inspired by the MoreYoga ethos that we need to look after our health holistically ~ Mind, Body & Spirit and each event will combine Yoga, a Workshop focused on mental well-being and Meditation. This series is part of our  Karma Commitment to giving back with a minimum of 15% of proceeds going to our Charity of the Year SkyWay. 

OUR KARMA COLLECTION EVENTS DONATE A MINIMUM OF 15% OF ALL PROCEEDS TO SKYWAY – OUR CHARITY OF THE YEAR

Connecting Through Kindness

Friday 16th October 2018, 7-9.30pm
Mindspace Shoreditch, 9 Appold Street, London EC2A 2AP
£30 with 15% to SkyWay Charity

ARRIVE AND LAND:
7.00pm – 7:30pm 
Kindness Meditation from Liz
Togetherness Welcome

WORKSHOP:
7:30pm – 9:30pm 

  • Where kindness is lacking 
  • Kindness to others: Connect to others via physical and verbal kindness including kindness postcards, healing and nourishing touch
  • Kindness to yourself  – Connect deeply to yourself and show yourself the kindness you show to others including kindness journalling/writing, self love rituals and vocal practices
  • Taking kindness out into the world 

You asked and we listened! After selling out our latest Late Night Lock In’s in record time & receiving your heart-warming requests for more healing events, more opportunities to connect in unique ways and more alternative nights in we’re joining forces with Togetherness, creators of the world’s first festival of human connection to bring you Connecting through Kindness, an evening of connecting to yourself and others through meditation, movement and other surprises to celebrate World Kindness Day! 

When did you last dedicate time to connecting with yourself or to connecting on a deeper level with  others in your life? Do you ever show yourself the same kindness that you show others in your life? When was the last time you even smiled at a stranger on the tube?!

The world desperately needs more kindness and in London we often overlook the power of human connection. In this workshop we’ll explore how we can use kindness to enrich our lives, improve all of our relationships, and to cultivate more happiness in our world. 

Togetherness is a global movement that helps people to build deeper connections with themselves, their passions and everyone in their life, through live experiences and our international community. At MoreYoga we believe in the power of connection and giving back, 15% of all proceeds from this event will go to our Charity of the Year SkyWay. Help us spread more kindness by joining us for our largest ever Late Night Lock In!

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PLUS MINUS MAGAZINE | Dr Stephanie Minchin
19th March 2018

Dr Stephanie Minchin is a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS, a Trainee Yoga Therapist and a Yoga Teacher with weekly yoga classes in Hackney (@theyogapsychologist)

Meet the yoga studio crew who really do give more!
Stepping into a yoga studio on a Saturday night isn’t my usual vibe… Yet swapping dance floors and beats for candles and stretching for the launch of More Yoga’s Late Night Lock Ins was a wonderful experience.
The studio was a cosey haven, with candles and blankets and a gift bag for each yogi. Liz greeted us all with smiles and hugs, her shiney spirit sharing a sense of happiness and fun. Liz led us through a beautiful yoga flow, gentle movements and breath work, ending with restorative poses to nurture the body.

Many of us are used to practicing yoga with music and have a range of yogi-friendly playlists to match the pace of the movements; but listening to live acoustic music whilst flowing on the mat really was something else. Mike’s acoustic guitar was the perfect compliment to the yoga, and Liz and Mike were nicely synced in sound and time with the yoga movements! The dreamy atmosphere created a sense of a community for the workshop, that we were all their together to celebrate ourselves.”

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