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FRIDAY 10TH NOVEMBER
7-8:15PM

Join us for our New Moon Sound Bath, where we will be settling down and embracing the power of sound.

 

See it as your chance to set intentions.

 

Why the New Moon? 

The New Moon is a great time for making goals and setting intentions. See it as the slate being wiped clean, the perfect time to start something new!

What to expect?

The session will begin with some gentle movements, to ease and soothe the body, preparing it for stillness, with some guided reflection to support your intentions during the practice. The time and space that follows will be immersed in soothing sounds to encourage relaxation and focused breathwork. Finally, some time in silence for the benefits to wash over you and of course, we’ll have a small treat to bring your energy levels back up before the journey home!

 

What to bring?

We want you to feel at ease. So wear your favourite set of yoga clothes that you find most comfortable. The cabin will be nice and cosy but everyone feels differently, so bring layers to help you to control your body temperature. We have blankets, bolsters, blocks and eye pillows for you to use, feel free to bring anything else you think you may need. We recommend a journal or notebook just in case anything comes up during the session. 

A bit about Manoj:

Manoj has been teaching at I AM YOGI for the past 4 years and taught in many different styles. In 2020, he completed a gong training and has become more and more interested in the effects of sound vibrations on the human body. 

 

Recently, he has undertaken a crystal bowl training with experienced teachers based in the UK and Thailand, and has developed an understanding of how breathwork, meditation, yoga and sound are interconnected.

Who is this suitable for?

This Sound Bath is suitable for all. Apart from the following, who should consult their doctor before attending:

 

  • In the first 12 weeks of pregnancy

  • People with carotid stenosis (prior to application in the area of the carotid artery/larynx)

  • People with cardiac pacemakers, artificial heart valves, or cardiac arrhythmias
  • People with a stent
  • People with a shunt
  • People with a deep brain stimulation device (DBS) 
  • People with epilepsy

Please get in touch if you have any questions.

Contact sayhey@iamyogi.co.uk

FRIDAY 10TH NOVEMBER

7-8:15PM

£25

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