Spring into Spring Yin Yoga Workshop
Spring is an expression of life at its strongest as nature enters a cycle of renewal, growth and expansion, so does the energy within us.
It is the perfect time to clear out stagnant energy and to nourish yourself in preparation for the warmer months ahead.
Join us for a yin workshop on Sunday 28 March, 3-5pm, led by Katie Fobbester.
During the workshop you will:
Align yourself with nature, the yin and yang of the seaons
Discover how your liver and gallbladder energy effect you on a mental, physical and emotional level
Find new inspiration to get up and go!
Brief introduction to Chinese philosophy
Learn the 5 elements theory in nature, focusing on the wood element which relates to Spring
Enjoy a long and satisfying yin practice, nourishing the liver and gallbladder meridians, supporting our bodies to balance with the cycles of nature
'Spring into Spring' is a fundraising event for Lumi Foundation and will be donation based. All proceeds will go to Lumi Foundation.
Suggested donation: £25 but please contribute what you can afford.
By attending this workshop:
£10 would pay for a yoga mat and block
£25 would pay for a teacher to deliver a class
£50 would pay for a weekly Foundation class
£75 would pay for a workshop from Lumi Foundation
£100 would contribute to a teacher training scholarship offered to one of our Foundation yogis
How do I join the workshop?
Once you've RSVP'd, we'll send you details about how to make payment. Following payment, we'll send you details about how to join the workshop via Zoom.
Is the workshop online or in person?
The workshop will be online - it will be streamed live via Zoom so that you can relax and restore from the comfort of your own home.
I've never tried yin before, is the workshop suitable for all levels?
It doesn't matter if you're an experienced yin practitioner or beginner, this workshop is suitable for everyone.
A health and fitness industry veteran and mother of 5 children, Katie connected to yoga to find calm amidst stresses and strains of a large family and busy life.
She qualified as a Lumi yoga teacher and discovered that the wonderful "yang" of vinyasa flow can be balanced with a calmer, restorative "yin" practice. She is passionate about the power of yin practice and the benefits it can bring.
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