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Restorative Yoga + Qi-Gong to Support and Nourish Yourself

Sunday 9th June 


YoGology (Wakefield)


A gentle invitation for a blissful relaxation journey of self-care, introspection, and rejuvenation with our workshop: ‘Restorative Yoga + Qi-Gong to Support & Nourish Yourself’. This unique fusion combines the deeply nourishing practices of restorative yoga and the ancient art of Qi-Gong. As we transition from the stagnant energy of autumn and winter to the vibrant essence of summer, this workshop offers you an opportunity to shed the weight of the past seasons and create space for renewal. 


Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese practice that combines gentle movement, mindful breathing, and meditation to cultivate the flow of vital energy (Qi) throughout the body. It aims to harmonise the body, mind, and spirit, promoting physical health, mental clarity, and emotional well-being. Through slow, deliberate movements and focused intention, Qi Gong helps to enhance energy levels, reduce stress, and improve overall balance and flexibility.  


We will open with an open-level Qigong class with gentle movements to help to calm, ground and ease anxiety. In Qigong and Chinese medicine, anxiety/worry arises when the flow of qi, or life energy, through our organs and meridians becomes stuck, stagnant or caught in chaotic whirlpools. In this workshop we’ll explore practices to support our qi to flow in more natural, balanced ways. When this happens, the tendencies towards restlessness, worry and fear can gradually start to fall away.


We will then set up our ‘rest nests’ for some gentle, restorative yoga postures designed to release tension, promote relaxation, and stimulate the body's natural healing processes. The intention of Restorative Yoga is to get the body so comfortable that it cannot resist relaxation - a perfect way to soak up all the positive energy cultivated after Qi-Gong.   Through mindful movement, breathwork, and deep rest, you will cultivate a sense of ease and harmony between mind + body, allowing for deep rest and rejuvenation. Whether you're seeking relief from stress/anxiety, looking to enhance your energy levels, or simply craving a moment of self-nurturing, this workshop offers a time and space for you to unwind, recharge, and reconnect with yourself.  


Please note: You do not have to have practiced Qigong before in order to attend this workshop. Tash is very experienced with teaching beginners and welcomes people from all levels of Yoga.


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