Yoga and Meditation
Sophie’s approach to yoga is gentle, inquisitive and playful. Through her classes, she hopes to help people to come into greater relationship with their bodies in a way that is safe, supportive and empowering. Attention is paid to noticing body sensations and learning how to respond to these sensations with movement and breathe to bring your whole being back into balance.
Sophie has been practicing yoga for 10 years and started teaching it in 2017. Sophie has training in Hatha, Yin, Yoga Nidra and trauma-sensitive approaches to yoga and mindfulness, as well as a master’s degree in Psychology and Neuroscience. She lives in Glasgow, with the Scottish Highlands are her playground and Dhanakosa as her sanctuary.
You can find out more here: www.wildmindwellbeing.com
Open to all, these retreats are suitable for both beginners and those with more experience, but no previous experience is assumed. All these retreats include introductory meditation teaching and periods of silence.
These retreats combine introductory meditation teaching with yoga. The supportive atmosphere of the retreat allows us to develop and deepen both practices, and understand how the two augment each other. Both meditation and yoga teaching will be suitable for complete beginners.
For more information read the retreat information sheet.
Covid-19 update: We will be running this retreat with a maximum of 21 people including the team. We have put together a Covid-19 pre-retreat information sheet with more detail about what to expect, please read this before booking and in advance of coming on retreat.