Relax, Breathe, Release Restorative Yoga

Stockcross Village Hall   5.30-7.00pm

Restorative yoga is a wonderful antidote to our busy, fast-paced and often stressful lives. Press the pause button and join me for a deeply relaxing class where you will be able to release and unwind through restorative yoga. We will begin with a few gentle somatic movements followed by supported restorative yoga postures using bolsters, blocks and other yoga props.  This class can help to release physical as well as mental tension.  Following the postures you will settle in to the most comfortable variation of Savasana (relaxation pose) and experience deep rest through Yoga Nidra relaxation (yogic sleep).  Afterwards there will be teas and homemade nibbles.   Classes are popular and numbers are kept to a maximum of 14 so early booking is recommended

Sunday 23rd February   book now  *WAITING LIST


Sunday 29th March   book now SPACES AVAILABLE


Sunday 26th April  book now  SPACES AVAILABLE


*Please note that Restorative classes are non-refundable unless 48 hours notice is given


*** Food Glorious Food ***

After our restorative yoga classes we always enjoy tea, chat and homemade nibbles.  Here are some of the recipes you’ve been asking for:

Omega Vegan Bliss Balls

Ingredients (makes 12 balls)

* 125g walnut pieces, * 6 large medjool dates, * 1 tbsp coconut oil, * 2 tbsp flaxseed powder, * 1 tbsp raw cacao powder, * 1 tsp vanilla extract

Method – (1) Combine all the ingredients in a food processor and blitz.  (2) Form into 12 small balls and chill in the fridge for at least an hour before serving. (3) Roll the balls in some extra cacao powder and flaxseed for a lovely nutty-chocolatey coating and extra goodness

Paleo Lemon Cookies (grain free)


*56g coconut oil melted, *80ml maple syrup, *1 tbsp lemon zest, *1.5 tsp lemon extract, *133g almond flour, *2 tbsp coconut flour, *1/2 tsp baking powder, *pinch of salt

Method – (1) Mix coconut oil, maple syrup, lemon zest and lemon extract.  (2) Add almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder and salt.  The mixture will be wet like batter.  Let it sit for 5 minutes and then put in to fridge for 30 mins.  (3)  Pre heat oven to 170 degrees fan, (4) Roll dough into balls and placed onto lined baking tray.  press tops with a fork.  Bake for 10-12 minutes until lightly golden.  They should be soft.  (5) Leave to cool completely.