*EVENT* Autumn Yoga Workshop

Saturday 14th September 3:00-4:30pm

 

Be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop – Rumi

 

As we move into the season of Autumn, it seems natural to adjust our outer lives to the shorter days and cooler weather with big wooly jumpers and warming hot chocolates. What might seem a little less obvious is the necessity to shift our inner realms too and embrace the cycle of letting go, resting, and rejuvenating. 

 

For many, the transition of Summer into Autumn can leave us felling unsettled and unstable. And whilst we can’t do much about the change of season, we can maintain an inner balance through what we choose to practice. In this 90 minute workshop 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 strong and grounding flow to help you to connect with the earth and rediscover a sense of balance after the spontaneity of the summer months. The asana will end with a series of detoxifying restorative poses that encourage a relaxation of the nervous system, making room for all that the new season has to bring. Having relaxed the body deeply, the mind will naturally follow, setting you up for the final part of the day; meditation. In this practice I welcome you to set the seed for something you wish to cultivate over the coming months ready to bloom in spring.

 

Throughout the workshop I will be using a delicious blend of doTerra Essential Oils to help you ground and relax. So come join us and deliberately slow down to re-align with nature and tune into your mind, body and spirit.  Leave feeling wonderfully nourished, connected and rested, ready for the coming transition into Autumn.

 

 

Tickets are £26 and can be found here.

*SPECIAL OFFER* Bring a friend and save money with two tickets for £40!

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