Nurture and Nourish

BY LETTING GO, IT ALL GETS DONE
– Tao Te Ching

Give yourself time to surrender into softness and safety.
Give yourself time to de-accelerate.
Give yourself time for self-care.
Give yourself time to rest and restore.
Give yourself the gift of time….

Practices to help you dissolve and surrender into stillness encouraging deep rest, to restore and rejuvenate.

A fabulous workshop to recharge your batteries and to experience the art of letting go. 

RESTORATIVE YOGA – allow you the opportunity to open and surrender into safety and comfort, into stillness and softness, to ultimately rest, restore and renew energy. Give yourself permission to breathe and an opportunity to heal. Restorative Yoga helps you to come back into yourself and bring insight.

YOGA NIDRA (Sleep of the Yogis) – There is nothing to do, nowhere to go, no one to please, just be here in the now…

Yoga Nidra is an effortless practice that provides you with what you need (rather than what you think you need!). Yoga Nidra helps with containing the obstacles and distractions of the mind whilst at the same time relaxes the mind. In Yoga Nidra, you just come into a cosy comfortable position (lying down, sitting up or whatever takes your fancy), do nothing and let this healing practice work its magic. Come home to yourself, come to a place of self-acceptance.

Everyone is welcome! Suitable for sufferers of sleep disorders, stress and anxiety, chronic fatigue, M.E. or any chronic ailments.

When: First Sunday of each month 

Time: 1.00pm – 3.00pm

Where: Partington Theatre, Henry Street, Glossop. SK13 8BW

Value: £15 or £13.50 (concessionary)

Props will be provided, however, as these workshops are very popular, we recommend that you bring your own if possible. If you would like to experience this practice on a much deeper level, do please bring a couple of blankets, a pillow and any yoga props that you already have.

What to wear: Do layer up and bring your super warm socks for extra cosiness and comfort.

1st March

5th April

3rd May

“RESTING AND RESTORING ARE NOT ‘NICE TO HAVES’. THEY ARE ESSENTIAL.”