Winter Solstice Yoga 2019

It’s time for us to gather, practice and light the candles for Winter Solstice Yoga 2019. As the longest night of the year arrives on 21st December lets celebrate the Winter Solstice with Yoga. As the nights become long and the hours of daylight shorter the Winter Solstice, brings images of cosying up with candles, sipping tea and a warm blanket.  Finding the motivation to get your body moving can be a challenge. This coming season make time for reflection and slowing down, without hibernating from your practice.

The word “solstice,” in Latin, means sun standing still. The longest night (meaning it contains the most hours of darkness) is the time to nurture and soothe the body mind and soul. We will share some grounding and soothing practices to bring a sense of balance. The opposite of the Christmas chaos, it’s time to create calm and time to feel connected and aware.  We have two sessions running for Winter Solstice Yoga.

A Restorative Winter Solstice 

Each session will offer up a longer savasana and restorative postures, a grounding sequence for the spine, hips and shoulders. With time for meditation, and home-made tea and simple treats at the end of the session. Open to all levels of experience, including beginners.

Bookings

Friday 20th December 6pm to 7.15pm
Saturday 21st December 10am to 11.15am 

Current members please use one of your class passes to book. Single drop-in is £15 per person. Please book via the website, once you have purchased your ticket, please remember to add yourself to the event. Tickets are non-transferrable and non-refundable. If you have any questions or prefer to pay with cash please contact us. We look forward to welcoming you all to the sessions.