Hatha Flow & New Moon Sound Bath
Wednesday 15th November 7:15pm
What To Expect
Join us for our 'New Moon in Scorpio' Hatha Vinyasa Flow & Sound Bath on Wednesday 15th of November - 50 mins Hatha Vinyasa - 35 mins Sound Bath* Back by popular demand, Flow & Sound is the perfect combo. The Flow burns off energy, processes stress hormones and opens your body. The Sound offers deep relaxation and an opportunity to release the energies which are stuck, and deep emotions caught in the consciousness. Our yoga practice will celebrate the new moon. We will explore a playful interpretation of the moon salutations, a juicy hip opening, leg strengthening, chaturanga-free flow. Starting slow, you will have plenty of time to become familiar with the sequence before we build up speed. By the end we will be flowing continuously with breath, a moving meditation. “New Moon in Scorpio Sound session: This new moon draws in intense energies, asking you to dive deep into your emotions, into the shadows, the hidden and the unknown. For this immersive sound session our intention will be to cultivate compassion, self-love and kindness. Using vibrational frequency as our conduit - join us to raise, release and bathe in the good vibrations of our energy releasing gong, crystal bowls and frequency activation tuning forks – allowing you to reach new levels of potential and real transformation.” Cathy @high.vibez.tribe Please bring: - Yoga mat - Bottle of water - During the sound bath we will cool down. Bring cushions, blankets and an eye pillow to stay cozy Where: 7:15-8:40pm at the beautiful St Mary's Church, Balham High Rd, London, SW12 9BS Book your place: Head to the 15th of November on the booking calendar £16.50 * Some people advise that sound therapy should be avoided if you are in your first trimester of pregnancy, have any metal implants like a pacemaker, if you have epilepsy or if you are suffering with severe depression or anxiety. Before and after a sound bath, it is important to drink plenty of water. We also suggest avoiding coffee and alcohol on the day. --- My playful interpretation of Hatha Vinyasa Flow merges two popular forms of modern yoga and doesn’t take itself too seriously! Hatha yoga is slow but strong, holding static poses for several breaths. Vinyasa is a more fluid yoga practice with an emphasis on harmonising the movements of the body and breath. Open to all levels. I give lots of different options throughout each yoga class, to suit all levels of strength and flexibility.