Embodied Relaxation

We’ve added Embodied Relaxation to our winter programme.

In Chinese medicine and qigong, winter is a season when energy is conserved rather than expended –  a time for the body to rest and recuperate, ready for increased activity in the spring. Our organs need time to rest, as does each of our cells.These short sessions help to honour periods of rest in our daily cycles, and to respect the idea that we require times of relaxation to balance our energies. Embodied Relaxation aims to get you breathing deeply and aligning your body so that it doesn’t have to work so hard. The sessions will also help to calm the mind and bring a sense of wellness and balance.