Workshops are the perfect way to go a little bit deeper. A delicious 2 hours to hone your technique or gain a better understanding, designed to improve your practice by leaps and bounds.
We also offer Bootcamps to kick start your fitness regime or even to challenge yourself a little more.
The Good Vibes workshops, holidays and bootcamps are designed to allow you to go a little deeper. Whether you want to take your fitness to the next level, learn techniques to release your tension, improve your posture or go deeper into your yoga practice.
Embodied Anatomy and Movement for Teachers - £65
A lecture and experiential body workshop to help you understand the fundamentals of the body in movement.
Join Good Vibes Founder and teacher, Nahid de Belgeonne, in a 4 hour deep dive into applied anatomy. Once you have a better understanding of the body in movement you will be able to give your clients more meaningful instruction. Come ready to explore.
This workshop is for all moment teachers from yoga, Pilates and fitness professionals.Book Now
Summer Mat Pilates Bootcamp - £30
Join master instructor Antonia Ptohides in a 2 hour mat Pilates bootcamp. You will be taken through your paces in paced class which will lengthen, strengthen, tones core muscle groups and raises your metabolism. This workshop is for those looking to for a challenge.
Not for beginners! You must attend mat or reformers classes regularly and be injury free.Book Now
Intermittent Fasting & Kriya for Self Care - £40
Intermittent fasting means the temporary, and voluntary limitation of food intake. It gives the digestive system time to heal and repair itself, as well as providing other long-term health benefits. It is the treatment par excellence for improving overall health and increasing energy.
Fasting has been known about for thousands of years and practised in many cultures. All of the major religions recommend that its followers fast in order to release them from illness and to elevate them to the attainment of higher ends.
Knowledge about fasting was once widespread in the West, particularly in the early schools of philosophy with the Stoics and Epicureans. Even the Greek mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras used to instruct his students to fast before they received his higher teachings. The great physicians of antiquity, such as Hippocrates, often made use of fasting methods too.
Modern medicine having re-discovered fasting, has now given it a stamp of approval.
We will start with a Kriya Prana Yoga practice. So, be prepared to engage in a physical practice, with kriya techniques that promote good gut and metabolic health, and asanas to stimulate digestion & peristalsis, bioelectric network stimulation + lymphatic drainage.
From there, we will explore the practical steps of how fasting works, and its benefits, including constructing your own intermittent fasting schedule. And finally how to make safe and structured fasting part of your life.
Intermediate Level Pranayama for Fasting:
Any sort of fasting diet should be balanced with a correct breathing practice, which ideally involves a relatively advanced practice of pranayama and meditation where the total amount of breathing (minute ventilation) is reduced.
Meditation for Fasting:
Meditations go deeper while fasting. It is interesting to feel one’s mind settle more quickly when going in, like a switch turning on. When the body is empty, experiencing the higher chakras in meditative states is easy, and bringing about the sense of “no mind” that meditators and yogis are able to achieve with as much practice and stillness is also possible.
Chris James is a Yoga + Meditation teacher + published author (Penguin Books).
Voted as one of the top 10 Yoga and meditation teachers in the UK, he is the go-to man for a rejuvenated body and mind. Chris studied with TKV Desikachar at the Krishnamcharya Yoga Mandirim in Chenai, and BKS Iyengar In Punai India. He is BWY certified.Book Now
Deep Rest Bliss Restorative Yoga Workshop - £30
Join Good Vibes founder, Nahid de Belgeonne for her unique approach to restoring deeply. We will start with somatic mobilisation, which give a profound sense of ease and then take you into the fully supported restorative poses to unwind stress in the body and mind. We will end with yoga nidra to slow down your brain waves guiding you from the four main stages of brain wave activity, alpha, beta, theta and delta to achieve a hypnogogic state, a place between wakefulness and sleep.
Come if you are wired and tired, anxious, feeling down, have sleep issues, food issues or just want to know how it feels to be deeply rested.
Nahid works with a range of clients including those with dependency issues and chronic pain as well as those looking to learn how to let go and allow life to be a little sweeter.Book Now