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Gong Sound Bath
May 12th 18:00 - 20:00
with Craig Eddington
@£25 per person
We will start of evening with an 45 minutes of Gentle Yoga Flow and a 15 minute 5 minute guided meditation to prepare the mind body and breath for the main event:
Gong Sound Bath
Deep, Restorative, Relaxation vital to your wellbeing. It allows your body time re-balance and rejuvenate. In a Relaxation Sound Bath the therapeutic sounds will lull you into a deeply relaxed state, similar to that achieved during Meditation. Sound is a great holistic therapy, as it works on all levels of your being – mind, body, soul & spirit. The sound waves provide a ‘sonic massage’ to your physical self and subtle energy fields. Leaving you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
14:00 - 17:00
The Body In Balance
Saturday April 27th 14:00 - 17:00
with Marilla Homes
@£30 per person
The day will include: - Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons (ATMs) to improve skeletal posture, awareness of our selves in space, and internally, and methods to use in an ongoing basis after the workshop.
The Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education was developed by Moshe Feldenkrais. It has many
applications, from assisting rehabilitation after stroke, injury or surgery, to improving the
performance of elite athletes, dancers, singers, actors, instrumentalists and performers.
Feldenkrais is a gentle method of developing our awareness of self, of habits and patterns, and how
these patterns can interfere with every day function and ease of movement. Through investigating
patterns of movement and deepening our understanding of how life experiences shape and
condition our movement and abilities, we develop a finer awareness and proprioception and the
capacity to choose how we respond to stimuli and habits. This can improve posture, quality and ease
of movement, enjoyment of life, and retrain the nervous system, by using small, gentle movements,
made with awareness and attention to detail, while staying within the range of comfort.
“Anything you are good at, you can get better at.”
“Make the impossible possible, the possible easy, and the easy elegant”
Dr Moshe Feldenkrais.