Sound Bath with Chai Francesco at Embody Wellness

October Sound Bath

Friday 29th October | 7.30pm to 8.45pm | £20

Join sound therapist Chai Francesco for a very special and very blissful evening of relaxation as you bathe in the sublimely healing tones of crystal singing bowls and the oriental gong. The resonance of these instruments is tangible, making it not just an auditory experience but also like receiving a sound massage!

Throughout the ages, sound has been used to heal, strengthen and soothe. During a sound bath, most people experience a wonderful feeling of relaxation, and you can expect to leave the session feeling balanced, restored and ready to enjoy the weekend ahead.

Grounding Flow to Restore with Lynne Fugard

Dancing with the Earth: Grounding Flow to Restore

Saturday 30th October | 2.45pm to 4.15pm | £20

In this special extended practice led by Lynne Fugard we will root ourselves right down into the earth, taking delight in a little dance of give and take with the ground, and anchoring our awareness in that steady sense of connection and support as we flow in spiralling motion around the mat.

Galvanising a sense of stability and security, there will be opportunity to play towards upside down, whilst the grounding nature of the sequence explores the body’s full range of motion, unravelling physical tension and cultivating steadiness, space and strength. The class will close by surrendering into the support of the floor and props for soothing restorative and yin releases and blissful relaxation.

Grounding Flow to Restore with Lynne Fugard

Going with the Flow: Sweet Flow to Restore

Saturday 27th November | 2.45pm to 4.15pm | £20

This extended practice led by Lynne Fugard begins with a soothing spiralling flow around the mat, enjoying the capacity for lubricating movement to bring our awareness back into the body and, with an attitude of gentle curiosity, explore and nourish what we encounter there. Unsticking and unravelling tension, the emphasis of this class always rests on the moments of transition and breath in-between the poses, moving from the inside out, rather than overly straining or pushing ourselves into any particular shape or position.

As the flow softens into the stillness of restorative and yin releases, the waves and ripples of the practice begin to settle, and you can yield and rest in that vast, deep inner world of experience, full of ease, something shifted.

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