Hatha Flow Yoga & Sound Bath
Wednesday 20th March 19:15 - 20:45
What To Expect
Join us for our Hatha Vinyasa Flow & Sound Bath on Wednesday 20th of March. - 50 mins Hatha Vinyasa Flow Yoga - 40 mins Sound Bath* Yoga & Sound go together like ice cream and a warm brownie - very different, but delicious together and you are left with a big smile after! Through movement we connect body and mind, and cultivate that dreamy "I deserve this lye down" feeling you get at the end of a class. In that state, we are primed to embrace the therapeutic sound and it is easy to allow the vibrations to lead you to profound states of tranquility and peace. As we come into Spring we often find a renewed energy. Hannah will lead you through an arm and core strengthen flow. This fluid sequence with playful transitions will build up a sweat, as you loose yourself in the meditative flow. Cathy will then invite you to set a joyful intention for this new season and bathe you in good vibrations to release stuck energy and help settle this new intention deep into your body and mind. This integrated session will leave you feeling relaxed, connected and revitalised. Yoga will be lead by Hannah Pocket @hannahpocketyoga Sound will be lead by Cathy Henderson @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: 7:15-8:45pm at Trinity St Mary's Primary School, 6 Balham Park Rd, London, SW12 8DR (Please arrive at 7:10pm) Book your place: Head to Wednesday 20th March on the booking calendar £19.50 *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. --- More about Hannah's yoga: 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.