r71400p Restorative Yoga Sunday 12th September 2021 2:00 pm


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One adult to attend ‘in-person’ for a Restorative Yoga Workshop with Laura and Lou on
Sunday 12th September 2021 2021 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

2021 Dates: 12th Sep, 10th Oct, 14th Nov, 12th Dec.

Live places are limited for this class. If all places are taken, please BOOK HERE to join the class online via Zoom.

The teacher will have a record of this booking.
No refund can be given unless your place can be re-sold in time for the class.

Please read the following check list before coming in person to The Yoga Hall. Most of it is common sense…

  • Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes early.
  • Bring your own Yoga mat, a couple of towels, and your own eye pillow if you have one.
  • Come dressed for class where you can, to limit the use of the changing room.
  • Before entering the hall, leave your shoes on the shoe rack.
  • Our brown base mats will be distanced to allow space between each person. Roll out your own mat on top.
  • Observe social distancing (as advised by the government) around The Yoga Hall.
  • Wash your hands, or use hand sanitiser, before and after class.
  • Please scan the NHS QR code upon arrival.
  • Please do not come if you feel unwell.

Restorative Yoga

“Rest is a revolutionary act!”    Uma Dinsmore-Tuli

Restorative Yoga is the use of props to support the body in positions of ease to facilitate deep relaxation and health. In deep rest, Restorative Yoga poses involve ‘opening’ rather than ‘stretching’. The session will include long relaxed poses of between 10 and 20 minutes long.

Restorative Yoga is good for everyone, including people who have little or no experience of Yoga, pregnant and postpartum women. Restorative Yoga is equally important for experienced yoga practitioners, who may benefit from weaving in this quiet, inward practice with a more dynamic one.

Restorative Yoga poses help relieve the effects of stress. Each restorative sequence is designed to move the spine in all directions and usually includes an inverted pose and a twist. Restorative Yoga balances Prana (upwards energy) and Apana (downwards energy) making sure you are neither overstimulated or depleted.


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