Date: 25th August Sunday 2:00 – 4:00 (please arrive at 1.45pm for 2.00pm start)
Where: Yoga Synergy Bondi Junction: Level 1, 17 – 21 Bronte Rd
Price – $44 | Book Online
Spring – is a time of cleansing, rebirth, growth and expansion; a time of excitement when the life process reawakens, related to the wood element in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In this workshop we will focus on Liver and Gallbladder channels, which work together to move blood and bile and play pivotal roles in spleen and lung health – which can affect your immunity and susceptibility to seasonal allergies.
Prepare your spring-cleaning from within – a great time to make some intentions that will support your personal and emotional development. Yin is a slow, simple, and quiet practice with opportunity to cultivate awareness and mindfulness with a hint of restorative and meditative quality.
The practice targets the deep connective tissues, bones, joints, fascia and ligaments in the body. It also focuses on stretching and stimulating different acupressure points from TCM. We will hold the poses passively for 2 to 5 minutes to work the fascia (connective tissues) which may have become tight over time. Movement and stretching hydrates fascia and literally help slow the ageing process.
What You’ll Get:
- A nourishing yin yoga practice you can recreate at home
- Knowledge and understanding of meridian lines and the body’s energy centres
- Bliss balls and tea
What to Bring:
- a smile!
- comfortable warm clothes
- a cup to make tea
- Yoga Synergy will have mats and all props but if you have a favourite mat, yoga blanket, or anything that makes this practice comfortable and at home, please feel free to bring them along!
Eriko Watanabe, has 15 years of yoga experience and is one of Yoga Synergy’s senior teachers for the last 5 years, since completing her teacher training with Yoga Synergy. Eriko has furthered her studies in Yin yoga, Acro yoga, Anatomy & Physiology, workshops with Clive Sheridan and more. Eriko is always looking to learn more to share with her students and make her classes the best they can be.