Yoga and Vision Board Workshop
Sunday 12th May 2019, 1pm – 4pm
Unit B2, 13 Atkins Square
Dalston Lane E8 1FA
Loving words from previous participants:
“The Manifesting Magic workshop with Alice and Liz was so much more helpful than I expected. Very quickly we were able to review our lives from a different perspective and really hone in on areas where we wanted to see change and abundance. Above all it gave me clarity about what is important to me in life, and positive thoughts about how to make good change happen.”
– Hannah Schlotter
“Alice radiates high vibrations. I attended one of her Manifesting Magic workshops and came out feeling recharged and inspired. She is one of those people that has an astute awareness of everyone in her company. She has the ability to emit pure love, thus making others confident enough to step into their own light.”
– Kate Francis
When was the last time you slowed down enough to really connect with your inner most dreams and desires? As part of Mental Health Awareness Week we’re indulging in some well-deserved (and much needed!) self-care in the form of a nurturing afternoon of Yoga & Mindful Vision Boarding. Join us to drop into your body, connect with your intentions and manifest some magic!
About Liz Joy Oakley, Head of Vibes at MoreYoga
Liz Joy Oakley is Head of Vibes at MoreYoga and specialises in teaching Yoga for Stress & Anxiety. Liz will open the workshop with a calming flow to restore class designed to still the mind, relax the body and lift the spirit. This style of yoga is suitable for all levels and will leave you feeling calm and centred before closing the practice with a guided mindfulness meditation to help you become completely present and ready to express your creativity.
About Alice Carder
Alice Carder (AKA @theselfevolutioncoach) supports women to stop playing small and step into their power, through transformational coaching and EFT. Alice will guide us through a powerful process to gain clarity on what we’d like to manifest, before creating our personalised vision boards – a piece of take-home inspiration!
15% of profits go to CALM – the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) who are leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.
Late Night Lock In, Episode 9: Cultivating Calm – An evening of Yoga, Psychology and Sound Healing.
Friday 10 May 2019
7 – 9.30pm
£25 with 15% going to CALM
Are you feeling frazzled and in desperate need of making some space for self-care? Are you tired of hitting the pub after a long week on a Friday night only to feel worse the next day? Late Night Lock Ins are an alternative night out and to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week we invite you to join us for an evening of nurturing Yoga, a Therapeutic Workshop to help you learn the tools & techniques to cultivate more Calm in your body, mind & spirit before we settle under our blankets and close our evening with a Healing Gong Bath. Good Karma included in each ticket purchase as 15% of all proceeds will go to CALM charity.
Ascent & Asana: Discover the synergy between climbing and yoga
Thursday 16 May 2019
6.30 – 9pm
MoreYoga Latimer Road
with Guest Speaker Bonita Norris
“Living and working in London, I know how tough it is for people to find the time to be truly mindful within their day. Bringing together these two incredibly mindful forms of exercise is the perfect way to show how great Climbing and Yoga is for mental health. Especially when done side by side. It’s given me a wonderful sense of clarity to be able to regularly practise yoga alongside my climbing training.”
We are the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and we’re leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.
Anyone can hit crisis point. We run a free and confidential helpline and webchat – 7 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone who needs to talk about life’s problems. We support those bereaved by suicide, through the Support After Suicide Partnership (SASP).
Together we’ll help our boys, our dads, our mums, brothers, sisters, friends and colleagues. We spread our message and facilitate supportive spaces in workplaces, universities, pubs, clubs and prisons across the country – so that people feel empowered to share their experiences and get the help they need before they reach the point of crisis.
Everyone has a part to play. We campaign with media partners, brands and ambassadors to spread awareness of suicide and its devastating impact with campaigns like #Project84, #DontBottleItUp and The Best Man Project. We challenge boring male stereotypes and encourage positive behavioural change and help-seeking behaviour, using cultural touch points like art, music, sport and comedy.