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Do you take time to be kind to yourself?

I would love you to join me in this act of deep rest.

This practice is profoundly calming and therapeutic and research shows that it can significantly reduce stress and anxiety while promoting restful sleep.

The session will include:


**Gentle movement to support coming into the body, releasing tension, and preparing for the stillness of the restorative postures.

**Soothing sounds from Tibetan singing bowls and chimes to support moving into a deeper sense of calm.

 **Pranayama (breathwork) and sound - to activate the vagus nerve and balance the nervous system.


Restorative postures using bolsters, blocks, and blankets to bring as much comfort as possible. Creating your own little cocoon, allowing your body to unwind and completely relax.

The intention of this workshop is to be held in an inclusive and trauma-sensitive way, with everything optional. You can be a seasoned yogi or new to the practice - everyone is welcome – just bring yourself, an open heart, and a willingness to slow down and be kind to yourself.

I’m really happy to hear from you if you have any questions about this workshop or the practice. Hope you can come and make this time for yourself. Book on the workshops page, or through About Balance, or contact me directly.

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