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Yin and Meditation Workshop This Sunday 16th Feb, 2.30 - 4.30 ?20


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Yin Yoga and Meditation Workshop

Sunday 16th Feb 2.30-4.30pm

Goose Green Clinic (East Dulwich Road, SE22 9AP)

?20


In this two hour workshop we will use long holds in Yin and Restorative Yoga to find calm and relaxation.


Poses are gentle and floor based to release physical tension from the body - particularly working with the back, hips and hamstrings. The aim is to create a feeling of grounding in the body so that we can then look a little deeper at some breathwork and meditation techniques.


I'll be keeping us nice and cozy with tea and blankets while we listen to Storm Dennis! We will also look at some breathwork exercises that relate to the chakras (yogic energetic centres). But you absolutely do not need to prior knowledge of chakras to enjoy the workshop! The main aim is to be able to take a deep breath, release tension from the body and to relax.​ Suitable for all levels - alternative poses and modifications will be offered to suit different needs.

Payment: ?20​


Booking:​

You can book and pay online using the following link on Eventbrite: ​https://www.eventbrite.com/e/yin-and-meditation-

workshop-tickets-90689752491


Or, alternatively you can email me directly and pay cash on the day ([email protected])

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