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Slow Down Friday - an evening of gentle Yin yoga with holistic sound therapy

 

Friday 10th May

6.45 - 8.15 pm

Stockcross Village Hall, Nr Newbury

£24

Have you had a busy week?  Are You:

  • Stressed?
  • Anxious?
  • Not sleeping well?
  • Tired?
  • Struggling with menopause symptoms?
  • Relishing the opportunity for self-care?

Come and join Sam (Sound Healer) and myself for gentle yoga class accompanied with sound therapy.  It's the best gift you can give yourself (or a loved one) as is a great way to unwind at the end of the week.

We aim to bring you the ultimate in rest, relaxation and healing.

What to expect:

  • Gentle somatic movements that will help to ease tension from the body
  • A gentle Yin yoga sequence.
  • Breath awareness practice throughout
  • Guided relaxation interspersed with poetry and inspirational words
  • A sonic soundscape of sound with gong, Himalayan singing bowls, drum and chimes. The beautiful tones and vibrations take you to a deeper meditation, facilitating wellbeing and healing.
  • Whilst you're relaxed and listening to the sounds I will offer individual Reiki healing treatments (optional)
  • Homemade healthy treats after class

Maximum group size = 16 people

 

What happens in Sound Therapy?  You'll be lying down in a relaxed position, with a blanket over you. It begins with a relaxation meditation, followed by playing of bowls, gongs and other ancient instruments to create a cacophony of sound and vibration, resonating around the room, which promotes deep relaxation.  Some people fall asleep, others just relax.

Please note that sound baths are not suitable if you suffer from epilepsy or are fitted with a pacemaker.  Whilst there is no evidence that sound therapy has a negative effect on pregnancy, you are advised to take full responsibility for attending.