Be InSpired

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Dear Friends,

I have chosen to call my offerings "Inspired Wellness" because...

Feeling inspired each day reminds me of my commitment to live to my highest potential for the benefit of my own continued transformation, and for the benefit of others.

Feeling balanced physically, mentally and emotionally is essential for our wellness, and demands our attention through gentle practices that nourish and connect us via our physical bodies to our mental and emotional states.

Our stories, memories, traumas, ideologies....are all stored through the physical body. To invite change, we need to invite the physical body to change its preference.

One of the key areas through which I like to weave my thoughts, ideas and poses is in the Yin & Restore Series

Below are the Thursday evening offerings until December.

The Yin & Restore Series for Autumn


  • 20th - Body Love - Compassion practice through awareness of soft tissue and fascia release

  • 27th - Remaining Attentive & Non-Judgemental to ourselves & others (Focus: Kidney & Urinary bladder meridians)


  • 3rd - Yin for Fatigue and Exhaustion (Focus: restorative poses, a stabilizing breathing practice, & calming forward bends)

  • 10th - "As within, so without" - Embodied change through a quiet practice, transforming fear into love (Focus: upper back, shoulders, and hips)

  • 17th - Our Vital Lymph System - improving waste removal from the body systems

  • 24th - The Power of Passive Inversions - gentle supported inversions for: healthy circulation & lymph flow, a clear mind, and spaciousness in the body


  • 1st - Supporting Liver & Gall bladder health

  • 08th - The Chakras in Yoga Nidra (Focus: awareness of your inner life through yin poses, embodied loving kindness meditation)

  • 15th - Lung, Heart and Intestine Yin practice - embracing balance between heart & hara

Feel free to join me. Register online.



Monday August 7th, 2023
Sunday July 31st, 2022

Support our NGO "Lucky beans e.V."


Seva project

In Yoga, SEVA (Say-va) is a Sanskrit word for service - how can we serve others and give back to society. Through my yoga practice and teaching, I aim to give back to my childhood community in a small and meaningful way. Since I grew up in South Africa, this is where my heart lies in an attempt to empower young children in the Lidgetton community where it is often challenging to have hope and see the light. Our small Angel Ruth’s Soup Kitchen is a space where the children can go for a warm meal, as well as to a space where they know they are safe and cared for, can play freely and learn.

I offer a percentage of my teaching earnings back into this community, knowing that is is well used and goes directly to the source. To support the growing needs in the Lidgetton community, we set-up Lucky Beans e.V. in Germany in 2015. Through our charity status we are able to offer the possibility of EU citizens receiving a tax reclamation from any donation you may wish to make.

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Fiona Hayhoe-Weiland

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