Replenish, Rejuvenate & Recharge – New Year Yoga Workshop with Rebecca

12th January 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

I will be running this New Year Yoga workshop for the fourth year running and am so happy about this! I hope you will join me for some Replenishing, Rejuvenating and Recharging XX

In the New Year we often tend to think about how we’d like our lives to be different. We set our resolutions with eager plans to start the year as we mean to continue. In the yogic tradition, we often set our Sankalpa – a Sanskrit word for a heart-felt intention. We set this as a way to tune ourselves into the way we wish to live and fulfil our lives for ourselves and others.

For so many of us our lives have changed in dramatic and subtle ways as a result of yoga.

Lets start 2020 with a cleansing and rejuvenating workshop to tune into and refresh our bodies and to explore the power of transformation both on and off the mat. Through our practice together we can, at least personally, build hope, love and optimism into our lives!

We will start with a Yin sequence to clear and nourish the kidney and liver meridians (energy pathways according to Chinese Medicine) – the kidney and liver are organs responsible for detoxing our system and for balancing our energy levels, especially in times of physical and emotional change. This soothing Yin sequence will prepare our bodies for an energizing, spicy, twisty Yang flow to bring vitality and creativity into our minds and bodies to leave us feeling clean and fresh again. As always, we will round up with a long, deeply restorative Yoga Nidra (guided relaxation). We will also practice lovely pranayama (breath work) and meditation.

The workshop is appropriate for mixed ability so beginners and more experienced practitioners are welcome although a degree of physical fitness is definitely advisable.

Cost – £40 including refreshment and all equipment is provided.

Please book by emailing Rebecca
Full payment secures your place – last year this workshop filled very quickly so I recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.