Winter grounding restorative yoga with sound bath
You are invited to press pause for a moment this December and treat yourself to a grounding, warm and candlelit evening with self-care to deeply relax and restore your body, nervous system and mind.
Entering the week of the last full moon of 2022, the Full Long Nights Moon on dec 8, this is the perfect time to allow yourself to reflect upon all that you have achieved this past year. It is a time to be grateful for what is right now and to make space for rest before we enter into the festive season and new beginnings.
Let the sounds and vibrations of beautiful instruments, the crystal singing bowls and khushi chimes, surround you and the restorative yoga poses help you to fully and deeply relax and recharge. With the support of props like bolsters and blankets the main thing you have to do this evening is to close your eyes, let go and allow yourself to rest.
Mindfully coming back from your journey of rest I invite you to enjoy a cup of soothing, warm drink before you head back into the world, recharged and relaxed.
Feel free to bring your favorite sweater and a pair of socks for extra warmth and comfort.
What people are saying
About Restorative Yoga
«Simple, harmonious and balanced - and with sound and scent as the little extra. A lovely break from everyday life." Marte
«Relaxing and beneficial for body and soul. It feels good to combine sound with other positions than classic savasana." Tone
Restorative yoga encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Appropriate for all levels, restorative yoga is practiced at a slow pace, focusing on long holds, stillness, and deep breathing.
Sara is a certified Vinyasa, Restorative, Yoga Nidra and Yin yoga teacher. She has been practicing yoga since 2005 in various styles such as vinyasa, ashtanga, hatha, yin and restorative. She has deepened her practice through education, workshops, festivals and retreats in different parts of the world and at home in Norway.