Black Moon Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra workshop

Tiger, our resident cat at the Glass House, showing how blissful restorative yoga is!

The Black Moon is the darkest part of the lunar cycle, just before the New Moon. This is a perfect time for tuning inwards and nurturing body and mind. This workshop takes place once a month, on a Thursday evening, during the ‘blackmooning’ period, just before the new moon.

Waxing moon illustration, author unknown

Restorative yoga is restful, nourishing and healing – emphasising in comfort and deep rest, allowing the body to heal without interference. Inducing deep relaxation, restorative yoga will help your blood pressure and stress hormone levels to drop, reducing anxiety and helping you sleep better. It can also have therapeutic effects on the heart, and on the immune, digestive and other physiological systems.

Yoga Nidra translates as ‘the yogic sleep’ – a deep state of consciousness when we are neither asleep nor awake but experience total physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Even a short nidra can completely nourish and refresh the mind and body.

Next workshop will take place on April 23rd, 7pm. Book your space here.