Vinyasa Yoga Sessions
A beginner friendly floor-based practice where many props (bolsters, blankets, cushions) are used to help us gently open up the connective tissue. Connective tissue or fascia are sheets of fibres, energy and water that pervade the entire body, creating a network of support and subtle communication. In Chinese Medicine, the fascia is closely connected to organ function, the meridians, and chi- determining the function of our emotions, mind, physical body and wellbeing. We address these tissues by applying a gentle mechanical stress, and hold, to increase circulation of energy to the target areas.
These sessions blend both yin and yang movement, you can expect quicker flowing movements, more strength building as well as balance and coordination.
Each session is tailored to suit the needs of the group, involving a moving meditation with various standing, sitting and flowing postures, interspersed with meditative guidance. On a physical level, the muscles, joints, and organs are targeted. Postures & movements are used to heal, strengthen and energise the body in a truly magical way.
Our Gentle Hatha blends yin and yang movement together in a meditative space. Each class is beginner friendly and tailored to suit the needs of the group. You can expect a moving meditation with various standing, sitting and flowing postures. We also guide you to explore a variety of concentration, contemplation and always guide awareness back to its source, the Heart. On a physical level, the muscles, joints, and organs are targeted. Postures & movements are used to heal, strengthen and energise the body in a truly magical way.
This is a FREE space for meditators to enjoy a heart & stillness practice together. No bookings are required, just come along in comfy clothes for this delicious 45minute sit. The various teachers might incorporate sound or silence, with light guidance to give you a smooth entry into your inner space.Meditation guidance and practice are at the core of an awakening community.
Beginners are very welcome to try although we recommend the mindfulness or beginners courses to be attended in conjunction with these sessions.