Our January theme is “Reflections & Intentions”
The New Year is a natural time to make resolutions, as we reflect on the year we are leaving behind and look towards the future. The word ‘January’ actually comes from the Roman god Janus, who has two faces – one looking into the past and the other future. He is the God of transitions & beginnings. Our theme this month inspires us to reflect on what we wish to leave behind & what we are ready to call in.
A traditional Yoga practice is to make a Sankalpa – a conscious intention. This is your spiritual hearts desire, how you wish to feel. Rather than focusing on the things we feel we need to “fix” about ourselves, creating our Sankalpa encourages us to be present and to remind ourselves we are already enough just as we are.
Within our restorative practice, we will be accepting and loving ourselves just as we are. Letting go of any judgements or expectations, always honouring our body and focusing on how the shapes make us feel, not what they look like. With gentle, loving adjustments & elements of Thai Yoga massage. Our Nidrā practice will then encourage us to plant the seed of our Sankalpa, allowing it to take root & grow as we drift into deep rest with the healing harmonies of Tibetan bowls.
Rest & Renew
Join me for a nourishing evening of Restorative Yoga, Nidrā & Sound Healing.
These blissful monthly offerings align closest to the New Moon, a perfect time to reset, relax & set new intentions.
Each month we focus on a theme to guide our practice, inspired by the energetic shifts of the seasons & looking at ways we can bring a little more rest into our lives.
What to Expect
We will begin with a gentle Restorative Yoga practice, inviting you to spend a little time settling into the poses. With the use of bolsters or pillows for support, we allow the body to completely relax and let go of any tensions. Healing hands offer connection, with gentle assists to lovingly guide you & elements of Thai Yoga massage for deep relaxation.
Surrendering to deep rest, as we welcome ourselves to the liminal space of Yoga Nidrā – An effortless state of being, between sleep and wakefulness. Nidrā is a healing, transformative practice, offering complete physical, mental & emotional relaxation.
Naturally flowing into a Sound Bath, with waves of soothing sounds and deeply healing vibrations from Tibetan singing bowls. The gentle, yet powerful harmonies allow you to drift into a natural state of meditation, creating a deep sense of peace & tranquility.
Gently awakening to herbal teas & sweet treats (because we all know chocolate is grounding!) Feeling truly rested & rejuvenated.
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What to bring –
Yoga mats & blocks are provided, but do feel free to bring your own if you prefer
A bolster or a couple of bed pillows
Blanket & Cosy socks
A bottle of water
A notebook & pen for any journalling/intention setting
Held at the beautiful Bad Hand Studio in Bournemouth. A cosy, unique space in the heart of the triangle.
7 Norwich Road,
(Please note we are unable to offer refunds on cancellations. If you can’t make it, please let us know with as much notice as possible, and we will do our best to fill your space)