A time for Stillness
Winter is a time for stillness. In nature some animals go into hibernation in the winter and though not as extreme we too need to ‘hibernate’ before we can restore our energy for the year ahead.
It’s the ultimate Yin time of year. Our energy turns inward with our pace coming down to the deepest level.
The WATER element with associated organs of the bladder and kidneys belong to the winter season. When these organs are out of balance then we can feel depleted, burnt out, but on edge constantly with a sense of fear looming over us – ‘Wired but Tired’.
Yoga for All!
Whatever age, size, experience or fitness level you fall into you can practice yoga as it's not just based on physical ability, it's the union of body and mind. My yoga classes are suitable for complete beginners and experienced yogis alike.
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Seasonal Hatha Yoga classes with a focus on the breath to help calm the mind and balance the body....
These yoga classes pay attention to the time of year as well as the breath and rounds off with a nice relaxation (savasana), which can take the form of Yoga Nidra or meditation to help the body assimilate the asana practice beforehand.