Lisa Hickingbotham was first introduced to Yoga in 2007 with the idea that it was purely a form of exercise, but it had an instant positive impact on her life. In 2010 she took Hatha teacher’s training with Swara Yoga School in Thailand.
Her continuing fascination with Yoga led her to Yasodhara Ashram, where she spent several months studying, completing the Yoga Development Course and taking further teacher’s training in Hatha Yoga.
‘Throughout my entire life I have supported children and adults with learning and physical disabilities. I was introduced to the Special Yoga Centre in London and took a course in Yoga for the Special Child. I now offer this programme to support children and families living with special needs in the local community.
Having experienced incredible results with my own health and that of others, I realised I wanted to understand the therapeutic impact that Yoga has on physical and mental health. I therefore took a Yoga Therapy course which uses Yoga poses, breathing exercises, and nutritional and lifestyle advice to treat and prevent common health problems.
My aim now is to bring the benefits of Yoga to as many people as I can.’
An Introduction to the Divine Light Invocation
The Divine Light Invocation is a powerful tool for transformation, concentration and healing brought to the west by Swami Sivananda Radha. Explore relaxation techniques, visualizations and meditations on Light. Harness the potential of the Light within to build a bridge to your own inner wisdom.
When: Friday, 28 April 2017
Yoga, Expanding Awareness and your 5 Senses
What do I see? What do I hear? How does my sense of taste affect my choices? Our life is perceived through the senses, and mind acts as the interpreter. The Chakras can help us understand the mind’s incredible abilities powers and creativity.
When: Saturday, 29 April 2017