As we step into the cosy embrace of winter, it’s a great time to harness the power of yoga to uplift our spirits and enhance our well-being. With the approaching winter solstice, we invite you to join us for a special online yoga class tailored to celebrate this seasonal transition while nurturing your mind, body, and soul.
Workshop: Winter Solstice Yoga Celebration
Date: Thursday, December 21st
Time: 7:30-8:30 am
Platform: Zoom – from your own home!
Winter can often bring a sense of sluggishness and the blues, but practicing yoga during this season offers a myriad of benefits. Yoga not only helps combat seasonal affective disorder but also uplifts mood and boosts energy levels.
During our session, we’ll delve into specific yoga poses that are particularly beneficial during winter. These poses focus on igniting internal warmth, enhancing circulation, and releasing tension, thus revitalising both body and mind. By learning and practicing these poses, you’ll discover the tools to combat the winter blues and improve your overall well-being.
Moreover, this session is an opportunity to celebrate the winter solstice, a time of transition and renewal.
I will guide you through a sequence designed not only for the solstice but for the festive season and beyond. You’ll learn a sequence that can be easily incorporated into your daily routine, empowering you to continue your practice throughout the winter months.
The best part? This class is designed for busy individuals, allowing you to establish a rewarding winter yoga practice conveniently from the comfort of your own home. You’ll get a recording afterwards, so you can repeat it or do it later if you can’t join me live.
Book your place here!
No need to stress about commuting or scheduling conflicts; join us on Zoom and embark on this journey to winter wellness.
Secure your spot now to learn the essential steps to establish a fulfilling winter yoga practice.
Let’s embrace the winter season with a rejuvenated mind, energised body, and peaceful spirit through the transformative practice of yoga.