Yin & Yang in nature, this class will reflect the balance of movement and stillness, action and allowing, doing and not doing.
Weaving the influence of chi kung into a rich tapestry of fluid-form asana, Simon intends to lead you through a flowing practice that invites fresh movement patterns, stability, integration and buoyancy within our joints, and renewed trust in our contact with ground, all the while enhancing our relationship with our energy body. Becoming progressively more internally aware and physically still, the class will conclude with restorative yin asana and a guided savasana.
This class is open and accessible to all levels of experience, but is not recommended for absolute beginners.
(Recommended props to bring: 2 wooden or firm cork blacks, 2-3 blankets, yoga bolster and foam blocks (the more the merrier))
Please donate generously as all proceeds from the festival will be used to support our year-round community yoga outreach programmes.
£10 pays for 15 mins of yoga with vulnerable teens
£20 pays for 30 mins of yoga to support women affected by domestic violence
£30 pays for the foundation to purchase vital resources to deliver our classes
£40 pays a teacher to deliver a yoga class to those affected by mental health