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Full Price: £25

Our monthly Full Moon Yin and Sound sessions are the perfect way to unravel, to relax & unwind. Yin Yoga and Sound Healing are two different class types that we have combined into one blissful experience.

The Flower Moon

Where does the name come from?

The May full moon is known as the flower moon because it aligns with the blooming of many flowers during this time of year. The flower moon, also called the budding and seed moon, represents different aspects of nature and seasonal spring-related activities.

How will the Flower Moon affect us?

‌Thanks to the Flower Moon, we may be more sensitive when handling our emotions and reactions toward other people. It’s better to be careful with yourself and others, pay attention to your feelings, and allow yourself to relax and be alone with yourself.

What is Yin and Sound?

In the first part of the class you’ll be guided by Dee into deep Yin stretches to increase flexibility and mobility whilst training the mind and body to surrender to the present moment.

During the sound healing experience with Amy, she’ll aim to relax the mind and body using a variety of instruments such as crystal singing bowls, brass bowls, gongs and chimes.

Benefits of practising Yin yoga

  • Increases circulation amd revitalises the tissues of the body
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Improves flexibility and joint mobility
  • Develops a mindfulness and meditation practice

Benefits of sound healing

  • Lowers heart rate and blood pressure
  • Encourages deep relaxation which aids in meditation
  • Awakens, aligns and balances energy in the body
  • Synchronises brain waves to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of cells

Sound healing and Yin yoga complement each other by invoking the parasympathetic nervous system, reducing stress and helping the body to find peace, calm and presence.

Everyone welcome, no experience required. Bring warm clothes and a blanket.

Date & time

Friday 24 May | 7.00pm – 8.15pm



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