Alison Stoker- Interfaith Minister and Yoga Teacher
Weekly Open Yoga Classes...
Mondays 11-12noon Gentle Hatha Yoga at The Cow Shed Studio, Hammes Farm, Steyning. £10 drop in or the equivalent of £8 a class if you sign up for a half term.
Tuesday 10.30-11.45am Extended Gentle Hatha Yoga with pranayama (breathing exercises) at Forest Green Village Hall, Horsham Rd, Forest Green, Dorking. £15 drop in or £60 for a six week term.
Fridays 1-2pm Gentle Hatha Yoga at The Chapel, High Street, Billingshurst. £10 drop in or the equivalent of £8 a class if you sign up for a half term. No class on Friday 9th November.
I'm a Yoga Teacher and Interfaith Minister based in West Sussex. I run regular classes, workshops and retreats and offer personalised ceremonies to couples and individuals of all faiths and none as they pass through the important milestones of life.
If you'd like to read about my Interfaith Ministry work please click here...Ceremonies
Or, read on for details of yoga and meditation classes and events...
Meditation Evening, Thursday 6th December 7.15-8.30pm at Sedgwick Park House, Horsham
The theme of the evening is purpose and meaning. I was inspired by a line in A Course In Miracles which says,
‘Let me remember what my purpose is today.’
Our purpose is encoded and not come across. Deep down we know our purpose, it is fear and limited thinking that would have us believe otherwise. In this evening we will use meditation and group discussion to go deeper in to our purpose and what it means to us. We will discuss how it’s not always a job title or defined role but a mosaic of the places where we have curiosity, energy, focus and joy. It's £12 for the session. To sign up please click the button below.
Please be aware that if you have made your booking but are unable to make it I will refund you if I can fill you place.
Winter Solstice Yoga, Meditation and Yoga Nidra Celebration with Alison
and guest teacher Kate Tavares
Sedgwick Park House, Horsham
Thursday 20th December 2018 7-9pm
At the Winter Solstice we celebrate the welcome return of the light. In the midst of so many traditions' festive season it feels like a timely opportunity to get together and do something self-nurturing, celebratory and reflective that relates to our yoga and meditation practice.
The theme of the evening will be openness; we will open out to the gifts and abundance of the season and the opportunities that 2019 will bring. The yoga practice will focus on chest opening and ease of movement, comfort and nurturing. We will meditate on our intentions for the season and our own capacity to receive.
I am also over-joyed to welcome Kate Tavares who will be offering us an experience with yoga nidra, ‘Yoga Nidra referred to as a ‘yogic sleep’ is an intensely relaxing guided meditation performed in savasana.’
‘With this Yoga Nidra practice we plant a seed of intention and watch it grow through to spring. When all of nature is in stillness, we can use this space to reflect, observe and let go.’
The two hour session is £20 to attend and there will be light refreshments after.
To book your place please click below
"The pine stays green in winter... wisdom in hardship." — Norman Douglas
Please be aware that if you have made a booking and are unable to attend I will refund you if I am able to fill your place.