About

The Amethyst Caves are open, welcoming studio spaces that encourage all types of conscious movements to flourish.

“I first became inspired to open the caves whilst studying Yoga in India. I became infatuated with the idea that everyone can meditate in their own way. Meditation doesn’t mean that one has to sit in lotus for an hour and gain utter control of the mind. Meditation is whatever it is that we do to find calm. I was watching belly dancers and hula hoopers losing themselves in their practices on the beaches of Goa and I just thought: That’s it. That is mindfulness; that is their meditation. Some people practice Yoga, some dance, some sing, some practice martial arts, some massage, some drum. What is it you love to do?

Humans have an amazing ability to completely forget their day-to-day thoughts and worries, and find one-ness in practice. I truly believe that this aptitude to completely focus, concentrate and find calm is essential for our happiness and well-being. We find our power, and we find love during this time that we choose to spend with ourselves.

So this is why I have called the studios ‘conscious movement centres’, because any teachers who would like to hold any kind of class or session that encourages self-love and meditation is more than welcome.

My intention with the caves is for the space to feel like a community; a free and safe place. I have no wish to control what will organically develop in this movement through classes that happen here. I would just like to facilitate happiness and acceptance. 

Namaste”

– Jen Hadland 

About

The Amethyst Caves are open, welcoming studio spaces that encourage all types of conscious movements to flourish.

“I first became inspired to open the caves whilst studying Yoga in India. I became infatuated with the idea that everyone can meditate in their own way. Meditation doesn’t mean that one has to sit in lotus for an hour and gain utter control of the mind. Meditation is whatever it is that we do to find calm. I was watching belly dancers and hula hoopers losing themselves in their practices on the beaches of Goa and I just thought: That’s it. That is mindfulness; that is their meditation. Some people practice Yoga, some dance, some sing, some practice martial arts, some massage, some drum. What is it you love to do?

Humans have an amazing ability to completely forget their day-to-day thoughts and worries, and find one-ness in practice. I truly believe that this aptitude to completely focus, concentrate and find calm is essential for our happiness and well-being. We find our power, and we find love during this time that we choose to spend with ourselves.

So this is why I have called the studios ‘conscious movement centres’, because any teachers who would like to hold any kind of class or session that encourages self-love and meditation is more than welcome.

My intention with the caves is for the space to feel like a community; a free and safe place. I have no wish to control what will organically develop in this movement through classes that happen here. I would just like to facilitate happiness and acceptance. 

Namaste”

– Jen Hadland