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Mon, 09 Sept




The first in a monthly series of evening session with practitioners from Fire + Alchemy at RSA House. Join Lydia + Phoebe for a yoga, journaling + sound workshop.


Time & Location

09 Sept 2024, 18:30 – 20:30

London, 8 John Adam St, London WC2N 6EZ, UK

About the event

Lydia + Phoebe will be holding space for movement, reflection + relaxation with their monthly workshop at RSA House.

What to expect:

The session will start with a yoga flow allowing you to connect with your body and breath + shake off the stresses of the day.

You'll then be guided through some journaling prompts to help you reflect on where you are right now and what you want for the month ahead.

You'll then be guided through a rejuvenating sound bath to help you seal in these intentions.

Who is this for:

  • This event is beginner-friendly + requires no prior yoga experience.
  • It is open to both members of the RSA + non-members.
  • Please note that this workshop is not suitable for anyone who is pregnant.

About our practitioners:

Lydia is a London-based yoga, breath and meditation teacher. Lydia has a passion for movement and using it to go behind the physical and to delve deeper into the Self. She has a passion for nature + our relation to it.

Phoebe is a gong practitioner + a lifelong lover of music and sound. She will take you on an immersive and transformative journey with the healing frequencies of her gongs. She studied with the College of Sound Healing.


- Please bring water, a notebook and pen, and wear clothing appropriate for moving and stretching.

- Please advise Phoebe + Lydia at the beginning of the session if you have any health or mobility concerns.

- Please arrive 10 minutes earlier than the appointed start time.

About the RSA + RSA House:

The RSA is the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce. Where world-leading ideas are turned into world-changing actions. The RSA vision is a world where everyone can fulfil their potential and contribute to more resilient, rebalanced and regenerative futures.

The RSA has been at the forefront of significant social impact for over 260 years. Their proven change process, rigorous research, innovative ideas platforms and unique global network of changemakers, work collectively to enable people, places and the planet to flourish.

RSA House has been home to the RSA (and its 30,000 strong fellowship) since 1774 as well as some of the greatest thinkers and social activists of the past 200 years. Some notable names of past and present fellows you might recognise include Charles Dickens, Dame Judi Dench, Sir David Attenborough and Professor Steven Hawking.

For more information about the RSA, please head to their website:

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