* St. Luke’s Hall, Ramsden Road.
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM Energising Vinyasa Flow
Tuesday (Home Studio)
9:00 AM -10:00 AM Energising Vinyasa Flow
10:30 AM -11:30 AM Dynamic Vinyasa Flow
Wednesday (Home Studio)
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Flow to Yin Yoga
Thursday (Home Studio)
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Dynamic Vinyasa Flow
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Hatha Yoga and Yoga Nidra
Friday (Home Studio)
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Energising Vinyasa Flow
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Feel Good Vinyasa Flow
Saturday (Home Studio)
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Vinyasa Stretch & Flow
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Young Adults Age 11 and Up
Sunday (Home Studio)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Sadhgamaya Meditation
09:30 AM - 10:30 AM Flow To Yin Yoga
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Children's Movement & Mindfulness Yoga Age 8 and Up
7:30 PM - 8:45 PM Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra
(Infused with sounds, oils, and more - Deep relaxation)
Classes and Workshops
Energising Vinyasa Flow
Energise and unwind with mindful breath work and movement. Join Shilpi for a 60 minute Vinyasa Practice taught in her signature style which combines mindfulness, joy, mobility and strengthening vinyasa flow.
All levels welcome.
Rebalance your energy flows (Ha-tha), deepening you asanas with breath work. Join Shilpi for a 60 minute Hatha Yoga flow, taught in her signature style which combines mindfulness, breath movement and strengthening Hatha Flow.
All levels welcome,
Sunday Morning Motivation (virtual)
wake me up
Uplifting your Sunday morning with a movement and breath work. Join Shilpi for a 60 minute Vinyasa Flow Yoga, taught in her signature style which combines mindfulness, joy, mobility, breath and strengthening Vinyasa Flow.
Vinyasa Flow with a Meditative Focus
a wholesome hour
Personalised, 2:1 or 1:1 in-person or zoom session. The session is curated around how you are feeling in the moment, hence I keep the group rather small, so you benefit the most out of the session.
Yang to Yin
Yang to Yin - Improving inner balance by
Transitioning from movement and stillness.
YANG (active) part of the session helps to harmonise our scattered energy (thoughts and physical restlessness). It is Dynamic and preparatory for the relatively static and introverting YIN (Passive) part. The Yin practices comprise of on-floor poses, held for 2-5 minutes, softening and de-stressing the deeper tissues.
1 to 1 or Private Group
Enhance your flexibility, increase strength, deepen your breath and meditate.
New to the Yogic world and not sure where to begin, whether to join a beginner or an intermediate session?
One of the ways is a personalised 1-1 session. It is curated to your individual needs and preferences.
A lot of my clients have started with a few 1-1 sessions and then transitioned into group classes.
Young Adults Mindfulness
mindful breath and movement
Designed specifically for our young adults, these techniques work at two levels: finetuning hormonal and energy balances as well as cultivating awareness.
We build up towards a condensed ten minute sequence of short breathing exercises culminating in a short concentrative meditation. This "capsule" practised regularly is known to bring far-reaching positive changes to awareness, confidence and anxiety levels.
These simple breathing practices can help calm the stomach butterflies, eliminate any negative mind-body reactions that they might start to feel from time to time. They don’t even have to close their eyes, they can be practicing this without anyone knowing .. in the very moment!
Traatak Mini Retreat
exploring meditation through flame-gazing
Meditation practices aim to initially calm the physical body, and then the energy body. Traatak is one of the simplest and effective techniques to learn, understand and practice. Even beginners with a little effort and persistence, can gain much from it over a short period of time.
Traatak practice, being a "concentrative" meditation technique has many benefits, such as clarity of mind and improved concentration; de-stressing and better sleep and awareness of Ajna Chakra (Third Eye)
(TBC - next dates October/November)
Learn to mindfully create mandalas-inspired art-pieces. An adept practioner uses mandalas as tools of tantra meditation.