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Antifragility Program – Enhancing the Human

We currently have the following classes, courses  and workshops.

We have recently relocated to Morecambe and are currently busy planning and scheduling our range of yoga classes, courses and workshops. These will be locally in the Morecambe / Lancaster / Kendal area, as well as regionally.

Regular Local Classes
Farnborough – St Marks Church Hall (ended Dec 2017)
Book of 10 drop-in tickets – £80, or £9 in class
more details
Morecambe / Lancaster / Kendal
 coming soon
Online Courses
Remedial / Beginner On-line Course – £21 more details Sign Up
Beginner / Intermediate On-line Course under construction
Local / Regional Courses
(enquire for availability in your area)
Pranayama:  6 x 2 hr course over 6 months (level 1 and level 2 material)  more info  TBC
Meditation:  6 x 1 hr course over 6 months  more info  TBC
Ishana Workshops
These are aimed at introducing the Ishana breath or pranayama and meditation material, and starting the journey of practising it
RiverRoom, Halton Mill, LA2 6ND – Introduction to Ishana,  Sunday 04/03/2018 2-5 pm

  • Ishana Breath – Pranayama, 2 hours,  £20
  • Ishana Meditation, 1 hour, £10
  • Both Ishana Breath & Meditation, 3 hours, £25
more info


Full Antifragility Ishana Practice – in depth workshops
This assumes prior knowledge of the Ishana material – these sessions are not aimed at teaching it, rather they offer an opportunity to deepen your practise
Level 1: 1 hr Asana + 1/2 hr Ishana Breath + 1/2 hr Ishana Meditation – 2 hrs
Level 2: 1 hr Asana + 1 hr  Ishana Breath + 1 hr Ishana Meditation – 3 hrs
Full Antifragility Practice Level-1
(Planning under way to run in Oxford area)
 TBC
Antifragility Ishana Retreats
These are run periodically in various locations. The intention of these retreats is to make the Full AntiFragility Practice as accessible as possible and to offer an opportunity to deepen the practise
1 day and 2 day retreats TBC

TBC = To Be Confirmed

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