Worm Full Moon

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.

Why Is It Called the Super Moon?

Generally speaking, a supermoon is a full moon that appears larger than a typical full moon because it is closer to Earth. A supermoon occurs when the Moon’s orbit is closest (perigee) to earth at the same time the moon is full, which makes the moon appear a little brighter and closer than normal.

The Sturgeon Moon

The full Moon of August is traditionally called the “Sturgeon Moon.”

The full Moon names used by The Old Farmer’s Almanac come from a number of places, including Native American, Colonial American, and European sources. August’s Full Moon, the Sturgeon Moon, will peak on Monday, August 19 … and, it’s the first supermoon of the year!

The name Sturgeon Moon comes from the giant lake sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain; this native freshwater fish was readily caught during this part of summer and an important food staple for Native Americans who lived in the region.

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 16 August | 7.00pm – 8.15pm



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