Workshops

 
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Gong Workshop

Saturday 12th October 2019 2.30-3.30pm £12

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Raeeka will lead you through some gentle Kundalini yoga poses then you get to lie back, relax and enjoy the soothing effects of a long Gong bath.

The gong is an ancient instrument of healing and transformation. Multiple tones and overtones build as it is played, creating layers of sound which can be directly felt by those experiencing it.

The gong will help clear your mind of negative thoughts and will leave you feeling calm and de-stressed.

Pregnant ladies should only participate if they have experienced the gong before and feel comfortable with it.

Yoga Nidra in Relaxation Pods

Sunday 15th September 2019 6 - 7pm

£12 (£9.60 contract members)

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If you need to recharge your battery at the end of the weekend or prepare yourself for the coming week why not take an hour out of your hectic schedule to come and enjoy the nurturing experience of yoga nidra in the comfort of a hammock (or on a mat) Just as gently rocking a baby soothes and calms them so the gentle rocking in a hammock soothes and calms us. Within a cocoon of total support along with ambient music you can relax and enjoy a yoga nidra which is also known as yoga for the mind.
Places are strictly limited for hammocks (first 12 to book) but if you just want to enjoy the yoga nidra on a mat with cosy blankets and bolsters then contact me to book at pauline@tringyogastudio.com
Go on, indulge and spoil yourself, come along for this hour of pure bliss.

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Pratyahara Workshop

"Withdrawal of the Senses"

Saturday 19th October 2019 2.30 - 4pm

£25 (£20 Contract members)

In a world of information overload how would it feel to explore your yoga practice without your sight? To tune your senses inwards and focus 100% on the body in the present moment.

In this 90 minute workshop we will explore the 5th limb of Pantajali's 8 limbed yoga system in a very literal way.

We will practice a very gentle flow whilst wearing blindfolds and then continue flowing (without blindfolds) without any verbal instruction.

Most yogis will practice Pratyahara to some degree whilst in Savasana at the end of class. Laying down and dropping into a deep relaxation we may experience a calmness where we no longer sense external stimuli. Pratyahara is the key to the relationship between the outer and inner aspects of yoga.

"Just as a healthy body resists toxins and pathogens, a healthy mind resists the negative sensory influences around it" (Yogainternational.com)