Workshops & Courses
New Moon Kundalini and Yoga Nidra Afternoon
With Beth Morgan
3 February 2019, 01:30–05:00
Vegan snacks and herbal teas included in the price.
The phases of the moon reflect to us different aspects of our physical, emotional & spiritual being. Synchronising our consciousness with the moon’s cycles can bring us into greater balance & attunement with the universal flow.
Join Beth for this relaxing Kundalini Yoga & Yoga Nidra afternoon to harness the potent energies of the New Moon. Through the practice of sacred kriyas, mantras & meditations the afternoon will focus on connecting in to our heart centre, setting new intentions to call into our lives, and through a state of love and deep gratitude manifesting these dreams into reality.
Kundalini Yoga is over 5000 year old and is often called the Mother of all yogas or the yoga of awareness. It is a dynamic blend of postures, pranayam(breathing), mantra and meditation, which teach you the art of relaxation, self healing and mental elevation. It is regarded as one of the fastest working yoga’s in bringing about change in the body, mind and spirit. Kundalini Yoga will leave you feeling better, energised, lighter and inspired. Kundalini Yoga is done with your eyes closed and it is suitable for complete beginners.
Yoga Nidra means ‘yogic sleep’ and it’s an astonishing, accessible and totally effortless yoga practice that anyone can do!
Yoga Nidra is usually done by lying down and does not involve any physical movement. It promotes deep healing and very profound rest at every level of being:physical, mental and emotional. Yoga Nidra is effective in the relief of insomnia, anxiety, depression, and other stress-related problems.. Yoga Nidra is also helpful in the management of acute and chronic pain, as a tool for self enquiry. In fact it has so many applications because everyone can do it.
Suitable for all levels
Meet the Teachers
Yoga crept into Laura’s life at a time when she was lacking direction.
Through working initially as a yoga studio receptionist, the practice began to infiltrate her life and she became interested in teaching and sharing the practice.
Laura completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training with Yogahaven in 2014, and her 300 hour training with Sampoorna Yoga in Goa in 2016. As a young teacher, she feels completely blessed to have connected to this part of herself so early in life. Her asana practice has transcended her pre-conceived physical and mental limitations, and yoga has infiltrated her life in every way. Yoga brings Laura clarity and inner strength, enabling her to navigate her way through obstacles and fully appreciate every moment of her life. Her teaching encourages students to find their own personal flow within the practice, creating space in body and mind, body positivity, and inner strength.