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Online Restorative Series #2: The Life of Yoga Virtual
Nov 22, 2020 - Nov 22, 2020
 

Sunday 22nd November 2-4pm

Victory Hall, Uphilll, Weston-super-Mare BS23 4XG

The life and the inspiration of yoga can by found within the soothing, ever-present flow of the breath. The bridge to creativity and true inspiration is here, within you. Breath work helps to organise the flow of energy around the body and provides an abode where the mind can rest and regenerate. The breath represents the flow of life and is the element that connects all the moments in our life to this one. In this workshop we will be discovering the lightness of being that deep rest and conscious breathing can bring us.

We will start with simple breath and energy awareness, moving on to restorative yoga postures which naturally energise and support you to breathe well. You will learn pranayama (breath work) techniques to encourage the flow of energy around the body. Consciously guiding the breath not only creates a sense of physical lightness of being, but also releases mental knots and unhelpful repetitive thoughts. We will close this session with a practice of Yoga Nidra - a deep relaxation which helps you to feel grounded and relaxed.

Restorative yoga is a slow, meditative style of physical movement, which helps to release stress and bring about ease in body and mind. The gentle, supported postures are held for up to 10 minutes with a focus on comfort and the subtle release of muscular knots and tight spots. All of the props are provided, and we will be using bolsters, blankets, blocks and belts to ensure that the body is supported enough to completely relax and let go. The stress of daily life accumulates in the body in the form of holding patterns and chronic tension. When you encourage the body to release its held tension, stress begins to dissolve from the mind.

 

 

  
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Date
Nov 22, 2020
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2:00 - 4:00pm
£15.00
£17.00
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Restorative Series #2: The Life of Yoga
Nov 22, 2020 - Nov 22, 2020
 

Sunday 22nd November 2-4pm

Victory Hall, Uphilll, Weston-super-Mare BS23 4XG

The life and the inspiration of yoga can by found within the soothing, ever-present flow of the breath. The bridge to creativity and true inspiration is here, within you. Breath work helps to organise the flow of energy around the body and provides an abode where the mind can rest and regenerate. The breath represents the flow of life and is the element that connects all the moments in our life to this one. In this workshop we will be discovering the lightness of being that deep rest and conscious breathing can bring us.

We will start with simple breath and energy awareness, moving on to restorative yoga postures which naturally energise and support you to breathe well. You will learn pranayama (breath work) techniques to encourage the flow of energy around the body. Consciously guiding the breath not only creates a sense of physical lightness of being, but also releases mental knots and unhelpful repetitive thoughts. We will close this session with a practice of Yoga Nidra - a deep relaxation which helps you to feel grounded and relaxed.

Restorative yoga is a slow, meditative style of physical movement, which helps to release stress and bring about ease in body and mind. The gentle, supported postures are held for up to 10 minutes with a focus on comfort and the subtle release of muscular knots and tight spots. All of the props are provided, and we will be using bolsters, blankets, blocks and belts to ensure that the body is supported enough to completely relax and let go. The stress of daily life accumulates in the body in the form of holding patterns and chronic tension. When you encourage the body to release its held tension, stress begins to dissolve from the mind.

 

 

  
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Date
Nov 22, 2020
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Staff
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Sun
Time
2:00 - 4:00pm
£11.00
£13.00
1 Session
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Online Restorative Series #3: The Heart of Yoga Virtual
Jan 17, 2021 - Jan 17, 2021
 

Sunday January 17th 2-4pm

Victory Hall, Uphilll, Weston-super-Mare BS23 4XG

This restorative yoga workshop takes us right into the heart of yoga. The physical and mental practices of yoga are designed to direct our energy back into our hearts. Why? because residing in the heart is the key to living a happy and peaceful life. By practising kindness, compassion and self-compassion we can transform negative energy and destructive emotions into unconditional love and acceptance. Yoga is a way of harnessing the energy of our emotions and using them to transform ourselves. It is the great work of your life.

We will be doing yoga postures, breathing practices and meditation with the focus on seeking out the pleasant and observing resistant or negative thought patterns with compassion and non-judgment. The ultimate practice in this session will be metta bhavana (lovingkindness) meditation. We will also be practising Yoag Nidra (yogic sleep) which is a practice designed to clear away unhelpful habits and beliefs, bringing you closer to your true self.

Restorative yoga is a slow, meditative style of physical movement, which helps to release stress and bring about ease in body and mind. The gentle, supported postures are held for up to 10 minutes with a focus on comfort and the subtle release of muscular knots and tight spots. All of the props are provided, and we will be using bolsters, blankets, blocks and belts to ensure that the body is supported enough to completely relax and let go. The stress of daily life accumulates in the body in the form of holding patterns and chronic tension. When you encourage the body to release its held tension, stress begins to dissolve from the mind.

 

  
Schedule
Date
Jan 17, 2021
Location
Staff
Days
Sun
Time
2:00 - 4:00pm
£15.00
£17.00
1 Session
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Restorative Series #3: The Heart of Yoga
Jan 17, 2021 - Jan 17, 2021
 

Sunday January 17th 2-4pm

Victory Hall, Uphilll, Weston-super-Mare BS23 4XG

This restorative yoga workshop takes us right into the heart of yoga. The physical and mental practices of yoga are designed to direct our energy back into our hearts. Why? because residing in the heart is the key to living a happy and peaceful life. By practising kindness, compassion and self-compassion we can transform negative energy and destructive emotions into unconditional love and acceptance. Yoga is a way of harnessing the energy of our emotions and using them to transform ourselves. It is the great work of your life.

We will be doing yoga postures, breathing practices and meditation with the focus on seeking out the pleasant and observing resistant or negative thought patterns with compassion and non-judgment. The ultimate practice in this session will be metta bhavana (lovingkindness) meditation. We will also be practising Yoag Nidra (yogic sleep) which is a practice designed to clear away unhelpful habits and beliefs, bringing you closer to your true self.

Restorative yoga is a slow, meditative style of physical movement, which helps to release stress and bring about ease in body and mind. The gentle, supported postures are held for up to 10 minutes with a focus on comfort and the subtle release of muscular knots and tight spots. All of the props are provided, and we will be using bolsters, blankets, blocks and belts to ensure that the body is supported enough to completely relax and let go. The stress of daily life accumulates in the body in the form of holding patterns and chronic tension. When you encourage the body to release its held tension, stress begins to dissolve from the mind.

 

  
Schedule
Date
Jan 17, 2021
Location
Staff
Days
Sun
Time
2:00 - 4:00pm