The date for the next workshop is set,
Saturday the 24th of March 3-5pm.
Wivelsfield Church hall,
near Wivelsfield Green RH17 7RD
This workshop will focus on energizing, resetting and rejuvenating us for spring. Spaces are limited so book your spot now!
The workshop will be a start with detoxing breath-work, an hour of flowing, moving asanas (yoga postures), and finish off in gentle restorative poses. You will leave the class feeling energized, excited and centered – ready to take on the new season!
This workshop is suitable for all levels including complete beginners!
Have the winter blues taken their toll on your energy levels? With Spring around the corner, it’s time for a fresh start and an action plan. The days are getting longer, flowers are beginning to pop up. This is a perfect time to take the cue from nature as it transforms the season into spring and transform our own lives too!
With lighter, brighter days we can lighten, brighten and invigorate our own new beginnings. Yoga is proven to boost energy levels, giving you that extra influx of energy we so often need to transform good intentions into positive actions.
The link between yoga and energy
Studies show that some yoga poses reduce fatigue and increase the hormone Cortisol. Low or unbalanced levels of Cortisol can zap your energy, therefore enjoying a regular yoga practice will keep this hormone in check without holding you back. So how exactly does Yoga boost energy?
By stretching and strengthening the muscles and massaging the internal organs, toxins are rinsed from the body.
Through practicing specific pranayama (breathing) you learn to breathe more deeply, which means your blood receives waves of fresh oxygen which is key to increasing energy levels and revitalizing your whole system.
Some poses require balance which sharpens your focus and self-awareness, leading to a greater sense of self confidence and a can-do attitude.
One of the simplest ways that yoga boosts your energy is through deep breathing. Yoga breathing exercises reduce your stress and free your mind. Deeply inhaling and exhaling alone will go a long way in calming you and stimulating your nervous system to generate greater energy.
Many of my students, after experiencing yoga breathing, say they realize just how often they hold their breath when stressed, or how short and shallow their breathing is in daily life. Making a conscious effort to breathe deeply in a yoga breathing exercise will oxygenate your entire body and will help your natural breath to become deeper in your everyday life.
A 2 hour rejuvenating workshop