These workshops take place on weekends. For daily classes please see the Timetable
Saturday, 16th December 2017
Workshop Yoga Nidra - Yogic Sleep, Dream Yoga, Physic Yoga
1:45pm — 4:15pm | All Levels
All are Welcome (both Yogis and Non-Yogis)
A series of workshops with Dionne Roberts
21 October 2017:
4 November 2017:
16 December 2017:
6 January 2018: The power of Sankalpa
Dionne’s second visit to Globe House will behold an autumn presence as we move into the season. Both her Nidras and choice of sound healing will will reflect, comment and inspire your journey into the shadow and light of Autumnal Fall.
Equipment – Globe House has blankets and bolsters but you could also bring an additional blanket and perhaps a pillow or cushion
Click here to book online
For all other enquiries please contact Dionne
£20 (£15 concession)07724096861
About Dionne Roberts
Declog Body and Mind
Dionne is a fully qualified Yoga Nidra artist, who brings a unique take to the practice of Yoga Nidra, with her therapeutic intentions and creative layers. She has travelled through many schools of Yoga, starting with Ashtanga in 1999 before finding to this new, all-inclusive, magical modality called ‘Yoga Nidra’, where no previous Yoga experience is required.
- Workshop Yoga Nidra - Yogic Sleep, Dream Yoga, Physic Yoga
Thursday, 28th December 2017
Christmas Candlelit Class - Astanga Yoga with Debbie and Caroline
7:00pm — 9:00pm | All Levels
Christmas Candlelit Class
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with
Debbie Blunden and Caroline Barranco
7-9pm, Thursday 28 December 2017
For the third year running, Debbie Blunden’s Christmas Candlelight class returns to the serene surroundings of Globe House.
Enjoy this special opportunity to experience a traditionally counted Ashtanga Vinyasa counted class in a space entirely lit by candles. Debbie Blunden, assisted by Caroline Barranco, will lead the class in the traditional Sanskrit count, with a focus on ujjayi breath and bandha to truly experience the strength and flow of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.
The class will be followed by mulled wine, mince pies, and time to chat!
Not suitable for absolute beginners (although you do not need to be able to practice all of Primary Series to enjoy the class)
Booking is essential (this event is popular, and numbers are limited)
Cost £2507914 230607
Please contact Debbie to pay by bank transfer, or you can bring cash on the day.
About Debbie Blunden
Debbie Blunden started practicing yoga in 1992. In 1999 she had her first taste of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga when Sri K Pattabhi Jois visited London. She instantly fell in love with the practice, qualifying as a yoga teacher in 2002 with Master Vishwanath, nephew of Pattabhi Jois. She is qualified in several forms of massage and reflexology, and is a qualified yoga therapist. She has also completed further training with teachers from various traditions, most notably John and Lucy Scott, Lino Miele, David Keil, Rolf Naujokat, Richard Freeman, David Swenson, Matthew Sweeney, Ana Forest, and Eileen Gauthier. In 2012, she completed John & Lucy Scott’s teacher training, and is one of only a few people worldwide to have completed John Scott’s 500h advanced teaching qualification.
Above all else, Debbie’s hope is to help her students realize the incredible things they are capable of, on and off the mat.
About Caroline Barranco
Caroline began practicing yoga in 1990 and, apart from a short break around the birth of her third child, has practiced continuously ever since. Caroline initially studied Iyengar yoga for 15 years, but her very first Ashtanga class was a revelation, and she knew she had found her lifetime practice. A teaching apprenticeship with Debbie and teacher training with John Scott followed, and today, Caroline continues to study Ashtanga, Sanskrit and yoga philosophy, honouring Debbie Blunden, Eileen Gaulthier, John Scott, Greg Nardi, David Keil and Lucy Scott as her main teachers, learning more from them than she ever thought possible. Caroline also studied in Mysore with Sharath Rangaswamy in 2017, and hopes to return soon.
Caroline’s teaching focuses on the key principles of tristhana (integration of breath, intentional movement and gaze or focus) and the traditional vinyasa count. Her approach is traditional yet lighthearted, and she aims to empower each student to develop their own individual and independent practice.
- Christmas Candlelit Class - Astanga Yoga with Debbie and Caroline