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Sat, 22 May



Women’s Yoga Circle (2 Hr)

This is a donation based event as part of the Shala launch. A chance to share with other women, deepen your understanding of your cycle and move through a yoga practice designed to honour your energy levels that day. This month we focus in on the 'Spring' of the menstrual cycle.

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Women’s Yoga Circle (2 Hr)
Women’s Yoga Circle (2 Hr)

Time & Location

22 May 2021, 10:00 – 12:00


About the Event

This women's yoga circle is about coming together with other women to share experience and move through a yoga practice that honours our shifting cycles and rhythms.

The start of each circle will begin with talking around an aspect of the cycle – this month, the theme will be Spring. We will delve into what qualities the Spring aspect of our menstrual cycle offers – like increased motivation, creativity, a sense of potential and lightness of being.

You'll be given the opportunity to share how you are and where you are in your monthly cycle (all good if that isn’t something you chart/you don’t have a cycle - the main emphasis is on sharing our current energy levels/mood), then we'll move through a nourishing and rounded yoga practice.

It will include elements of slow flow vinyasa yoga, yin yoga, meditation, breath work, use of affirmations and close with guided relaxation or yoga nidra (deep relaxation) which transports to the blissful space between waking and sleeping. My intention is that you feel calm, grounded and supported by the close.

You'll be encouraged to rest where you feel to, as the emphasis is on deep levels of self care and listening to what we need on any given day.

About the teacher

Anna is an experienced yoga teacher and founder of Shala. She has felt the benefits of sitting in many circles herself and hosted women’s circles as part of yoga retreats and in her birth work. She has trained with various wonderful women in menstrual cycle awareness and feels passionate about sharing this knowledge.

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