WINTER RESET masterclass
A journey inwards to tune in and S L O W d o w n together
Join me on Sunday, November 13th, 10-12.30pm, for a 2.5 hour WINTER RESET masterclass. You can enjoy this event in person at Lotus Loft Exeter Yoga Centre or live and online from the comfort of your home, with access to a 7 day replay recording.
Chinese medicine teaches us to live in harmony with the seasons, and according to Chinese medicine theory, there are five seasons – winter, spring, summer, late summer, and fall. Each season has many areas which help us to change our habits as the seasons change so that we can create more balance between our bodies and our external environment.
Rest is important for revitalizing the kidneys, which is why we see some animals hibernate in winter. It is also the perfect time to look inward, self-reflect and explore our state of mind through meditation, writing, or other inward and nourishing practices such as meditation and stillness. These practices help us to connect to our inner selves and help to support kidney energy. They are incredible tools to aid in relaxing the mind, calming our emotions and raising our spirit (Shen).
Winter is a time to slow down and feed ourselves both physically and spiritually.
I want to share these magical tools with YOU!
Who is this practice for?
Teachers – this is for you if you want to share some of this magic with your own community throughout the winter months.
Practitioners – this is for you to s l o w down and unwind and give yourself the opportunity to pause and nourish your soul. You will have an abundance of tools to continue to support yourself throughout winter and beyond.
This practice will also be invaluable for all women around the week leading up to your period bleed and throughout, a time which is traditionally known as Winter and a time to retreat and s l o w also
Your investment: £25
Our practice will include a beautiful s l o w period of arriving into the present moment, accompanied by pranayama to shift gear from doing mode to simply being mode. We will set an intention for our practice, and then move into the most serene and grounding Yin Yoga practice with sprinklings of myofascial release throughout and meditation prompts. We will close the practice with a nourishing Yoga Nidra practice.
Use this time to remind yourself through the practice of the benefits of s l o w i n g down and tuning in.
Here is what other people have experienced through these practices
“Your Yin class from yesterday was a salvation! I’ve always got issues with my hips…..and need to see an osteopath to fix them yearly. Having pain for weeks now. Till yesterday! I woke up like new!” – Isabel
“I’ve been feeling so great and aligned with the yoga practice lately. Beautiful experience to practice with you!” – Anais
“Thank you for this beautiful experience. I really love your teaching style and how you sequence a class and create that sense of energy that ignites the practice fully – Louise”
“Our practice sets me up for the week in such a positive way – grounded and centered. I know that however I feel before we start that I’ll feel better once we’ve finished” – Phoebe
What to Bring
Yoga mat, 2 x tennis balls, and a blanket