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Hatha Vinyasa Flow & Sound Bath

Wednesday 19th July

What To Expect

Join us for Hatha Vinyasa Flow & Sound Bath on Wednesday 19th of July. - 50 mins Hatha Vinyasa Flow - Shoulder strengthening, hips opening flow. - 30 mins Sound Bath* - Slowing down and enjoying the moment. Our Sound Bath will be hosted by our resident sound expert Katie Nicholls. All you need to do during the Sound Bath is lie back and relax. "This sound bath will be themed around the theme of slowing down and enjoying the moment. In this journey, I will guide you into relaxation with a meditation and ask you to set your intentions around what this means for you, whilst the crystal singing bowls emit their harmonious, relaxing frequencies to send you on an inner journey exploring the peace of enjoying each moment as it comes." @explore_sound_with_katie Please bring: - Cushions and blankets to stay cozy for the Sound Bath - Bottle of water Where: 7:15-8:35pm at the beautiful St Mary's Church, Balham High Rd, London SW12 9BS Book your place: Head to the 19th of July 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. 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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