Can't fit a weekly yoga session into your busy life or would you like to deepen your practice?
Find a monthly pause in your schedule with this gentle, nurturing, candlelit workshop. We will use meditative, mindful and somatic movements to open up the body and soothe the nervous system, finsihing with some restorative yoga. A real treat for a Sunday! The focus will be on each individual moving in a way that feels safe, supportive and opening for them, with an emphasis on kindness and compassion towards ourselves. This will allow us to slowly ease open our muscles and fascia in a sound and body intelligent way, whilst also supporting our immune systems. This class is open to all levels.
Neston Memorial Hall,
Second Sunday of the month
Spaces available for March (13th) and April (10th). After that we will break for the summer months until September.
Do you suffer from an unhappy gut or any digestive issues? Learn how a regular practice of yoga can help to soothe, calm and promote healing in our digestive systems.
Modern stressors so often manifest themselves physically in our digestive system, which can be frustrating and sometimes even debilitating. You will learn about the gut-brain axis, the importance of our wandering vagus nerve and explore how mindful movement, breath awareness and meditation can help to optimise our digestive health. We will focus on moving in a way that feels safe and supportive, with an emphasis on kindness and compassion towards ourselves, to encourage deep rest and relaxation.
After a nourishing and deeply relaxing workshop, you will be given a recording of a soothing practice to take home with you, which you can return to whenever you need.
I havc practised yoga for many years, as a way to support an autoimmune condition of my digestive system (ulcerative colitis), which I developed when working in a highly stressful role as a solicitor. I have had to learn to recognise the early signs of flare-ups and to completely slow down. Even too strong a yoga practice can place additional pressure on the nervous system, making matters worse. Over time, with patience and kindness, I have recognised that gentle, mindful movement is so important to healing and I hope to share this experience with you.