Midwinter Pause: 3 hours of the deepest relaxation for body and mind

IMAG1601HoIMAG0462w would you like a whole afternoon of deep relaxation and rest for your body and mind combining the healing power of Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra?

In these three-hour workshops, experienced yoga teacher Chris Holt will guide you through a series of supported poses and guided relaxation to help you overcome fatigue and renew your sense of wellbeing.

When: Sunday 29 December 2-5pm and Saturday 4 Jan 2-5pm

Venue: Yoga with Chris, Wyatt Park Rd London SW2 3TP (full address on booking)

Price: £30 per workshop (inc free CD to take home).

Online bookings: Go to website and scroll down to Restorative yoga sessions

More information: tel 07866 801177 or info@yogawithchris.co.uk

Restorative Yoga involves a series of poses such as gentle backbends, forward folds, inversions and twists, supported by props that allow you to relax completely. Resting into each pose for 5-15 minutes or more, you experience a deep release from physical tension. This in turn has a powerful calming effect on the mind.

Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, where – guided by a series of verbal cues  – the body completely relaxes. It is a potent meditative resource for healing and insight, an opportunity to experience the deep freedom of being at home with ourselves.

Held in Chris’s cosy home studio in Streatham Hill, all props with be provided – so all you need to do is turn up wearing something comfortable and warm.

Chris is a certified Restorative Yoga teacher trained by Judith Lasater and studied Yoga Nidra with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Nirlipta Tuli. She is also a teacher of yoga in prisons and runs relaxing weekend retreats throughout the UK.


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