Yin Yoga Workshop with Frances Keeble

£24

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  • Calm the mind and body
  • Shed winter sloth and prepare for the growth of Spring
  • Increase flexibility and hydration in connective tissues
  • Improve circulation
  • Reduce stress and anxiety

Description

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Product Description
Spring is a time of growth and renewal. Just as nature follows its cycle, so do
the energies within us. This workshop will allow us an opportunity to emerge
from our “winter hibernation” and embrace the choice to begin again. We will
focus on the Liver and Gallbladder Meridians which support the body’s natural
digestive and detoxification processes.

Yin is a slow practice where poses are entered gently and compassionately.
The poses are held for a few minutes to allow the fascia (connective tissue) to
stretch and hydrate, to relieve pressure on the joints, and to bring a meditative
quality to the stillness. Each exhale invites a sense of softening and letting go,
and each inhale brings nourishment, warmth and vitality.

Objectives

  • To understand the underlying principles of Yin, and to experience some
    of the poses.
  • To have a basic understanding of the Liver and Gallbladder Meridians
    and their qualities.
  • To investigate the meditative, calming and renewing qualities of a Yin
    practice.

Who’s it for?
This workshop truly is for all. If you are an athlete, experienced yoga
practitioner, or “not flexible enough to do yoga”, this session with help
lengthen tight muscles and fascia. If you are a beginner, this session is paced
slowly, giving you time to get in and out of poses comfortably, confidently, and
safely. If you are stressed, this session will be a treat, just your time to slow
down. This is not necessarily an easy workshop. It is restorative and gentle,
but comes with its own challenges. Everyone can benefit from this workshop.

Prerequisites
Nothing come as you are

Follow On Courses/Upgrades
Yin-Yang Drop-in Yoga Class, Restorative Yoga and Friday Relaxation Workshops

What To Bring
Your yoga mat but if you haven’t you can borrow one on the class. It’s always great to bring some water too.

Clothing
Layers of non-restricting clothing – a cosy jumper and socks, maybe even a
blanket. The body cools down quite quickly in a Yin practice.

Location
The class is held at our Yoga studio in Reigate.

Time
Saturday 12pm-2.30pm or Friday 6.30pm-7.30pm

Duration
This workshop is a 2.5 hour workshop on Saturday, 1hour on Friday

Bonuses
No bonuses in this class.

Age
Over 16 years of age.

Teacher

Frances Keeble

Frequently Asked Questions

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Forms
Registration form if new

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