Every Thursday28

Oct

Slow Flow Morning Yoga: Balancing Energies of Spring

  • High Street, .
  • Every Thursday - 12:00 am - 12:00 am

About Slow Flow Morning Yoga: Balancing Energies of Spring

I offer a style of Yoga that is mindful, gentle & restorative - encouraging a healing pathway to bring balance in our system. It incorporates several styles of yoga and follows a seasonal theme to help balance the energies of the season so we go with the flow of nature.
In a typical class, you may possibly practice a combination of Centering, Grounding & Breathing practices, Classic Hatha yoga postures, Energy Medicine Yoga, Yin poses, Restorative, Therapeutic Viniyoga, Somatics, Qigong, Guided Relaxations, iRest, Yoga Nidra, Mindfulness & Meditation - all of which I practice myself.
The pace is meditative, emphasizing a peaceful and calming approach to access body and mind.
We may hold poses longer, taking several rounds of breath in each pose, instead of moving quickly with each breath; the transitions between postures are a little slower to encourage a mindful presence.
I encourage exploration to connect with the body in a deeper way and this is accessed through a mindful approach and connection to the breath. Finally, we come to rest, a time & space of letting go of remaining tensions of body & mind, & come to a place of surrender, stillness & ease, a place of just Being.
Everyone is welcome to join my Mindful Yoga sessions where you can give yourself permission to slow down and go with the flow to find yourself. This style is good for beginners & more experienced practitioners who feel like slowing it down and sinking deeper into their practice.
So if you are looking for a friendly, relaxed, small group atmosphere, with practices that work on your whole Being, body-heart-mind, you are invited to come and join us for ZOOM or Live In-Person Classes.
Please take a look through the website, contact me by email or telephone me for a chat.

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Every Thursday28

Oct

Slow Flow Morning Yoga: Balancing Energies of Spring

  • High Street, .
  • Every Thursday - 12:00 am - 12:00 am

About Slow Flow Morning Yoga: Balancing Energies of Spring

I offer a style of Yoga that is mindful, gentle & restorative - encouraging a healing pathway to bring balance in our system. It incorporates several styles of yoga and follows a seasonal theme to help balance the energies of the season so we go with the flow of nature.
In a typical class, you may possibly practice a combination of Centering, Grounding & Breathing practices, Classic Hatha yoga postures, Energy Medicine Yoga, Yin poses, Restorative, Therapeutic Viniyoga, Somatics, Qigong, Guided Relaxations, iRest, Yoga Nidra, Mindfulness & Meditation - all of which I practice myself.
The pace is meditative, emphasizing a peaceful and calming approach to access body and mind.
We may hold poses longer, taking several rounds of breath in each pose, instead of moving quickly with each breath; the transitions between postures are a little slower to encourage a mindful presence.
I encourage exploration to connect with the body in a deeper way and this is accessed through a mindful approach and connection to the breath. Finally, we come to rest, a time & space of letting go of remaining tensions of body & mind, & come to a place of surrender, stillness & ease, a place of just Being.
Everyone is welcome to join my Mindful Yoga sessions where you can give yourself permission to slow down and go with the flow to find yourself. This style is good for beginners & more experienced practitioners who feel like slowing it down and sinking deeper into their practice.
So if you are looking for a friendly, relaxed, small group atmosphere, with practices that work on your whole Being, body-heart-mind, you are invited to come and join us for ZOOM or Live In-Person Classes.
Please take a look through the website, contact me by email or telephone me for a chat.

Contact linda.allam.yoga

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