bunow offers online and live drumming, sound bath, yoga and yoga Nidra. The aim is to support personal growth as well as improvements in physical and emotional wellbeing through the harnessing and utilisation of one's own healing power within. This can lead to a quieter mind and a greater sense of an openhearted existence and happiness in the present moment, a great response to the isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
FEATURED UPCOMING EVENTS
- Classes are scheduled to resume in DecemberLondon SE4 and N7Classes are scheduled to resume in DecemberLondon SE4 and N7, London SE4, UKLove to Drum in real time! If you don't have a drum you can use a pot, bucket or even a pillow, only you are listening. This is due to the latency (delay) it is not possible to synchronise and hear all of the drummers at the same time. You will be able to see each other so drum with a smile!
- Mon, 22 FebOnline Event22 Feb, 18:00 – 19:00Online EventEach week this Vinyasa Flow class will offer a new theme that will continue to build a deeper understanding in your practice, using breath work and core exercises as a way to create a greater inward connection whilst building strength and flexibility. Booking at www.lightcentre.com
- Mon, 15 FebOnline Event15 Feb, 18:00 – 19:00Online EventEach week this Vinyasa Flow class will offer a new theme that will continue to build a deeper understanding in your practice, using breath work and core exercises as a way to create a greater inward connection whilst building strength and flexibility. Booking at www.lightcentre.com
bunow was founded in the partnership of Simon Rowe (Love to Drum) and Francesca Sanlorenzo (YogaLondon). Combining their personal practices of yoga, African drumming, ecstatic dance and sound therapy. Both Francesca and Simon are qualified teachers and practitioners and have a wealth of experience in their respective fields. At bunow they look forward to working with you either on a drum, Yoga mat, the dance floor or possibly all three.
Francesca is a senior teacher; her yoga practice is rooted and began in the Ashtanga Vinyasa tradition and over many years she has also explored an been inspired by other styles such as Jivamukti, Integral Yoga, Scaravelli and Yin. Her continuous studies and passion for learning about yoga have added a more fluid and non-dogmatic dimension to her practice and teaching embedded in Yoga Philosophy, whilst expanding beyond Asana into Pranayama, Meditation and Yoga Nidra.
Francesca has completed the RYT-500 Teacher Training with YogaLondon, and studied Yoga Nidra with Uma Dismore-Tuli and the Satyananda school as well as Yoga Philosophy with Oxford University.
Her wealth of knowledge and experience is also evidenced by her Course Leader role on the RYT-200 and RYT-500 (Asana and Philosophy Core Modules) Teacher Training programs for YogaLondon, where she is also the Team Auditor. Alongside this, Francesca trained with Teens Yoga and has been teaching yoga to teenagers facing challenging circumstances since 2014.
At bunow Francesca is passionate about guiding students through a practice rooted in the breath that develops strength, flexibility, increased vitality, and a focused mind. She creates a safe space where students of all levels feel nurtured and encouraged to listen to their bodies in the present moment
“To practice yoga is for me an on-going journey into awakening both on a physical and mental level. Continuing the flow of yoga away from the mat into every present moment of my daily life is an important, challenging and beautiful part of this journey. Therefore teaching yoga is for me an opportunity to expose others to this great science of wellbeing whilst continuing to learn and grow together”
Simon’s passion for African drumming, music, sound therapy and meditation have led to him to working with these mediums not only as a practitioner but also as a teacher.
At bunow Simon holistically integrates these mediums in order to provide safe spaces and openhearted experiences where participants can:
Actively tune into and attune their energetic vibration and rhythms of life.
Enrich and increase their emotional, psychological and physical wellbeing.
Come together with others as part of a community interested in the positive heartfelt transformation of their personal thoughts and feelings for the benefit of all.