Rest & Restore Yoga
Saturday 16 November 2-4.30pm Hemdean House School, Caversham
Stay gracefully grounded as we transition to the winter months with an afternoon of gentle yoga and relaxation to nourish body and mind.
For many reasons, the transition into Winter can leave us feeling unsettled and unstable. And while we can’t do much about the change of season, we can maintain our inner balance and embrace the cycle of letting go, resting and rejuvenating.
During this afternoon of yoga, you will be invited to let go and release what no longer serves you, creating space to set an intention that you can nurture over the coming darker months.
The afternoon will begin with a slow grounding flow to help you connect to the breath, stretch out and ease tension in the body.
You will then enjoy a soothing and relaxing sequence of Yin yoga poses that encourages a relaxation of the nervous system, making room for all that the new season has to bring, an opportunity to turn inward, slow down and soften more deeply.
Having relaxed the body deeply, the mind will naturally follow, setting you up for the final part of the day – a blissful Yoga Nidra (sometimes called yogic sleep).
Throughout the afternoon I will be using a gorgeous blend of doTerra Essential Oils to help you ground and relax. We will finish with tea and homemade cake.
So come and join me and deliberately slow down to re-align with nature and tune into your mind, body and spirit. You will leave feeling wonderfully nourished, relaxed and rested, ready for the coming transition into Winter.
This is a gentle class suitable for all levels including beginners.
Candlelit Festive Yoga
Thursday 12 December 7.15-8.45pm Hemdean House School, Caversham
Take a break from the partying and ‘busyness’ in December and gift yourself a blissful time on the mat. Surrounded by candles and fairylights, you will enjoy a gentle slow flow to stretch out and release tension, followed by a restorative Yin yoga sequence and a wonderful Yoga Nidra to promote complete relaxation.
Suitable for everyone, including beginners, and those who are recovering from illness or injury, and anyone who’d like a more restorative practice.
You’ll leave feeling centred, relaxed and rested as well as revitalised for the festive season.