10.30am – 3.00pm with Dr Sam Watts MCMA, D.Ayu, MSc, BSc (Tons), PhD
including tea/ snacks / lunch from Feed Me Momma

£75 per person (£5 towards the Africa Yoga Project)

Yoga and Ayurveda are two “sister” practices that originated in India 5000 years ago.
Now, many of you are familiar with yoga, and have experienced firsthand—through postures, breathwork, and self-inquiry—its profound benefits. Yet you may not be as familiar with Ayurveda. You might have heard about it in conjunction with yoga, but are not quite sure how, exactly.

In this workshop Yoga and Ayurveda, Sam and I will explain that yoga means union in Sanskrit, and a definition of Ayurveda is the wisdom of life. Explored together, these complementary practices can offer us transformative tools that foster greater health and vitality. We will explain that integrating Ayurvedic principles into your yoga practice can create a deeper, richer experience on the mat that you can take with you off the mat as well. Health is not a mere absence of disease, it is the dynamic expression of life and through the practice of yoga and ayurveda you can develop a long term approach to revitalising energy. You will leave the workshop with practical tools that can be easily implemented into your daily routine with Winter in mind!

You will do a deep 90 minute yoga flow, breath work, you will learn about daily routines and remedies with a specific focus on winter, keeping your immune system at an optimum, meditate and leave armed with a total body and mind tool kit that will set you up for life.

Please book now through Zoe@nikiperryyoga.com to secure your place at this very special workshop.

24th Jan – Flourish Workshop

There is nothing quite like the words of others to persuade you to try something. Read on if you need convincing, otherwise sign up for the next Flourish Workshop on Thursday 24th January, 10.30-2.30pm by emailing zoe@nikiperryyoga.com, places are strictly limited

If you came to our first workshop and would like to learn more about managing your mindset then message niki@nikiperryyoga.com and samantha.axtell@mac.com because we’d like to create a regular space to help us manage our mindsets and are keen to gauge the level of interest.

This is what people who came along to the first ever Flourish Workshop had to say about their experience:

“Thank you for such an informative yet relaxed workshop”

“I have come away feeling I am right on track with some amazing new tools to use to help me on my journey”

“If you ever have a chance to go to one of Niki, Sam and Toni’s workshops then you absolutely must”

“Thank you for today, everyone’s company was so special to me and has helped me to flourish and grow”

“You girls rock and the Cowshed is such an amazing place, full of great energy and been buzzing all afternoon”

“It was brilliant and I am coming again next time”

“The timing was amazing and the content just spot on”

“You have given me lots to think about (and read) and I think that just maybe some of the techniques will help me through these tricky few months”

“I got SO much out of it”

“I’ve heard many such talks – none so erudite, accessible and honest”

“Just wanted to say thank you again for today. Really brilliant. So much to think about and to put into my daily life”

“Such a brilliantly thought provoking and thoughtful workshop in the ever-inspiring Cowshed”

Peak Yoga Family Retreat in the Swiss Alps

With Niki Perry and Alida O Connor

August 28th – September 2nd 2018

We have partnered up with the Tschuggen Grand Hotel in Arosa to create a unique luxury family yoga retreat this summer in the pristine Swiss Alps.

Click here to find out more.


Come and experience an energetic celebration of life and let’s just reflect on why it is so important to support the people we love and those that need our help.

For the Yoga Extravaganza this year we have chosen two charities, Sarcoma (the bone and soft tissue cancer charity) and St Wilfrid’s Hospice which provides high quality palliative and end of life care in our community.

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Yoga and Skiing

Following an AMAZING yoga trip to Switzerland it was wonderful to work with The Oxford Ski Company on this fantastic blog about yoga and skiing!
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Raw Hemp Granola Bars

These super-tasty and incredibly filling snacks are quick and easy to make are all-round pleasers; kids love them too. Ideal for an on-the-go breakfast or an afternoon snack. 
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30th January – 3rd February 2018 

There is something really magical about waking up in the mountains, breathing the freshest of air and then enjoying the stunning scenery by being outdoors all day. Combine that with an awesome AM yoga practice, have a day of mountain goodness in whatever way lights your fire, then wind down with a PM Yoga practice – my idea of HEAVEN! 
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Lemon Verbena Beautiful Balls

250g (9oz/1½ cups) raw cashews
20 lemon verbena leaves or 2 lemon verbena tea bags
Filtered hot water to soak
115g (4oz/1¼ cups) desiccated (dry unsweetened) coconut plus
2 tablespoons extra for coating
1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest
Juice of 1 lemon
60ml (2fl oz/¼ cup) light coconut nectar
2 tablespoons of melted coconut oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Pinch of Himalayan sea salt

Place the cashew nuts and lemon verbena leaves or tea bags into a medium bowl. Pour enough of the hot filtered water to cover and allow to soak for 2 hours. Remove the lemon verbena from the bowl and drain the cashew nuts through a colander.

Place all the ingredients into a food processor and blend until a smooth dough forms, stopping and scraping down the sides as necessary. Remove from the food processor and place into a medium bowl. Leave to cool, then chill in a refrigerator for 1 hour.

Once chilled, roll a walnut-sized portion of the mixture in the palm of your hand. Place the ball into a plastic lock seal bag with the 2 extra tablespoons of desiccated coconut, then roll the remaining mixture into balls. Place in the bag, then shake until the balls are coated with coconut. Store in the bag or an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. If they are still there in 2 weeks then your will power is off the charts!

Namaste xxxx

Funk and Flow for Dementia Support


£1,518.00 was raised from 75 MINUTE FUNK AND FLOW WITH DJ RICKSTAR


80 fabulous yogis came together, flowed together and raised the roof off the barn all in aid of Dementia Support. Let’s do it again soon….

My dear friend Lucinda sadly lost her father to dementia. She and a fantastic group of local people who have been personally touched by dementia have created this much needed charity – DEMENTIA SUPPORT .

Dementia currently affects an estimated 850,000 people in the UK, and yet it is one of the most misunderstood and taboo illnesses affecting our population.

Dementia Support is raising much needed funds to open a hub in Chichester which will:

  • Provide a centre of excellence to support people living with dementia
  • Consolidate dementia services in the area into one location
  • Be an integral part of the community
  • Be a local charity for local people, supported, managed and funded by local people
  • Offer training and education and become a beacon for best practice in the provision of dementia services

The Dementia Support vision is a society where dementia is wholly understood and accepted, enabling people living with dementia to be fully supported throughout the whole of their journey.

If you would like to learn more about Dementia Support click here.

If you couldn’t make the FUNK AND FLOW but would like to donate click the link below:


Thank you! xx