Young Pines by Emily Carr

The Upper Part: an exploration of the thoracic spine and neck and their response to gravity, with Monica Voss in person

Friday, June 3, 2:00pm-6:00pm
CARDIFF, WALES
Contact Diana O’Reilly
d-or@hotmail.co.uk
www.dianaoreillyyoga.co.uk
07772 593 246

Many of us have spent years releasing the lower spine, pelvis, legs and feet onto, then into the ground, learning to go with the pull of gravity towards the centre of the earth and accept support. Gravity is unconditional, continuous and unchanging, as far as we know.
Gravity is also pulsating – like the universe itself – and acts in an upward surge, called the updraft, upswing, rebound, or simply the other half of the downward force. This is the energy that holds the earth in its orbit. The opposite movement, away from the ground when we’re vertical is a little more difficult to access, yet it is tangible, visible and palpable.
We’ll use relaxation, breathing practice, stretching and yoga postures to release, warm, stimulate and experience not only rooting the lower body, but expanding and blossoming through the upper part.

Image: Young Pines by Emily Carr

Young Pines by Emily Carr

The Upper Part: an exploration of the thoracic spine and neck and their response to gravity, with Monica Voss in person

Saturday, June 4, 2:00pm-6:00pm
WINDSOR, BERKS
Contact Julie Potter
info@yogaforharmony.co.uk
01628 666528, 07828 132 091(mobile)

Many of us have spent years releasing the lower spine, pelvis, legs and feet onto, then into the ground, learning to go with the pull of gravity towards the centre of the earth and accept support. Gravity is unconditional, continuous and unchanging, as far as we know.
Gravity is also pulsating – like the universe itself – and acts in an upward surge, called the updraft, upswing, rebound, or simply the other half of the downward force. This is the energy that holds the earth in its orbit. The opposite movement, away from the ground when we’re vertical is a little more difficult to access, yet it is tangible, visible and palpable.
We’ll use relaxation, breathing practice, stretching and yoga postures to release, warm, stimulate and experience not only rooting the lower body, but expanding and blossoming through the upper part.

Image: Young Pines by Emily Carr

purple flowers in the woods

Summer Afternoon Yoga, with Monica Voss in person

Sunday, June 5, 2:00pm-5:00pm
BRIGHTON, SUSSEX
Unit 4, 26 Roundhill Street
Contact Peter Blackaby
peteblackaby@icloud.com
www.peteblackaby.co.uk
07505557721

It’s been 3 years! 
Warm wishes to everyone. I hope you’ll set aside an afternoon for breath, body and self discovery, rest, release and recovery. We’ll practise relaxation, stretching, postures and meditation.

A Summer Yoga Evening with Monica Voss in person

A Summer Yoga Evening with Monica Voss in person

Tuesday, June 7, 7:00pm-9:00pm
BARCOMBE VILLAGE HALL, BARCOMBE, LEWES, EAST SUSSEX
Contact Tina Corbett
tina@beasyousay-yoga.co.uk
www.beasyousay-yoga.co.uk
01273 401128

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