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Hatha Vinyasa Flow & Sound Bath

Spring Social: Tuesday 21st March

What To Expect

Join us for our Spring Social on the 21st of March. - 50 mins Hatha Vinyasa Flow - 30 mins Sound Bath* - 55 mins Social The Spring Equinox is a significant moment in the year where we honour the changing of the seasons. It is the point in the year where we have equal light and dark before the days start to become longer than the nights. Our Spring Solstice Sound Journey will be hosted by our resident sound expert Katie Nicholls. All you need to do during the Sound Bath is lie back and relax. "The power of sound waves and vibrations can be both a grounding and nourishing experience. Our human DNA is crystalline in nature, so there is a deep resonance between the bowls and our cells. The healing vibrations emitted by the quarts crystal singing bowls help to increase our own vibrational frequency, helping us to move from fear and shift to a state of balance, love and harmony. This upcoming sound journey will be themed around setting intentions of letting go of what is no longer serving you and inviting in more of what you desire in your life as we move into a period of growth." @explore_sound_with_katie Please bring: - Cushions and blankets to stay cozy for the Sound Bath. - Any drink you might fancy, along with a glass/bottle opener etc. - Nibbles to share with the group, no nuts. Where: 7:15-9:30pm at the beautiful Kalos Centre, 48 Endlesham Road, Balham, SW12 8JL. Book your place: Head to the 21st of March on the booking calendar, you can use normal class credits if you have a package. * 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. --- 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. Allowing time for you to build strength, mobility and refine your alignment. Vinyasa is a more fluid yoga practice with an emphasis on harmonising the movements of the body and breath. Find stillness in movement as you build up a sweat, flowing from one posture to the next. Open to all levels. I give lots of different options throughout each yoga class, to suit all levels of strength and flexibility.

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