Introduction to Ayurveda, Restorative Yoga, Tai Chi, Singing Bowls and Meditation
Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra with Hazel
Upcoming Dates: Friday 6th March
Let go of the outside world, turn inwards. Allow yourself to find deep rest with Restorative Yoga. Using props restorative yoga allows the body to open in a nurturing and relaxing way, offering a healing and recuperative experience. We will practice stillness and gentle asana, allowing the mind to quieten and our attention to move deep within. We will close our practice with a yoga nidra; also known as yogic sleep. Yoga Nidra is a resting in a deep awareness of what is.
No experience necessary, just a willingness to be quiet and still. Booking essential, places limited
Cost: 20 euro
Contact: Hazel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 085 7672591 for more information or to book a place
Join Susan for a blissful 2 hour workshop for pregnant women. The focus is on honouring the emerging Mother, and the idea that when a baby is born, a Mother is also born. We will look at the importance of keeping active during labour, and you will be guided through a series strengthening yoga poses to support this. Through learning about breathwork for labour & understanding better the role of hormones in labour, you will feel empowered to have a positive birth experience. To finish, you will be led through a deeply relaxing guided meditation
A Sound Bath is a powerful sonic meditation that enables deep relaxation – no bathing in water involved! – but an immersion in beautiful sounds that are healing to the body, mind and soul.
Vibrations from gongs, singing bowls, rattles, drums and other sound healing instruments such as chimes and the amazing sacred solfeggio pipes, assist the release of emotional and energy blockages in the body and stimulate healing in a simple yet profound way.
A fully certified graduate of the Celtic School of Sound Healing; with Liam Oragh you’re also in the hands of an experienced singer-songwriter who has developed a deep passion for Sound Healing so you can expect a mantra or a song at the end, and a special unforgettable experience – it’s simply a great way to De-stress and Re-energise…
A Spring Equinox Yoga Workshop with Hazel
When: Saturday 21st March 2020
The spring equinox is a time of rebirth and growth. A time to watch the earth wake up as if being reborn. It is the dawn in the wheel of the year; life is waking up to the brighter, longer days. It is a time to allow the dreams we have been dreaming all winter to begin to germinate. A time to cultivate the seeds of what we would like to see growing in our lives and let go of what no longer serves.
The transition from inward turning to outward turning can throw us a little off balance, like any transition it can take time for us to settle into the new change and the spring equinox is when the earth finds that perfect balance.
In Ayurveda, we are at the heart of Kapha season, a time where lightness, spontaneity, curiosity and bitter greens are needed. In this workshop, through traditional Hatha Yoga asana, pranayama and restorative stillness we will be exploring our own heart space, which longs for the balance of light and dark, during this time of rebirth and growth.
Cost: 35 euro
Contact: For more information or to book a place contact Hazel on 085 7672591 or email email@example.com
Consultations with Dr Rajvinder Kaur
Next Date: tbc
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment
WHAT HAPPENS AT AN AYURVEDIC CONSULTATION
An initial Ayurveda consultation begins with a Personal Health Evaluation,. This takes about 60 minutes, and enables the practitioner to assess your health requirements. The practitioner will give personal advice on a range of methods for improving your health and on natural measures to rectify any underlying imbalances that are identified.
These may include:
Diet – it is very important to eat food that is right for you, producing balance and comfort
Daily routine – minor changes can sometimes greatly improve your well-being
Life-style – learn what can strengthen your health and what to avoid
Food supplements – supplement the body’s intelligence with the intelligence of nature encapsulated in sophisticated traditional herbal/mineral formulae.
Natural Therapies – abhyanga, shirodhara, nasya to name but a few.
Ayurvedic consultation offers you the chance to learn more about the nature of your mind/body and how to promote good health and prevent disease. Consultations include pulse diagnosis to determine specific imbalances, recommendations for diet, digestion, herbal food supplements, exercise, daily and seasonal routines and general guidelines for good health based on your individual physiology.
Dr Rajvinder Kaur (BAMS) attained her Bachelor Degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from “Shri Krishna Government Ayurvedic College” in the state of Haryana in India. This is a six-year degree course covering all aspects of Ayurvedic Medicine. Rajvinder also has a diploma in Naturopathy and Yoga science and is a qualified Yoga teacher.
Rajvinder worked in General Medicine in India and specialised in women’s health care. Rajvinder has been in Ireland since 2007.
Ayurveda determines that each of us are unique in our constitution and makeup and therefore we all have specific and different needs in the management of our health and wellbeing. Ayurveda is an ancient health system originated in India and fully recognized by W.H.O.
Time: Contact Hazel at email@example.com to arrange an appointment
Places are limited. For more information or to book a place contact Hazel on firstname.lastname@example.org