Seasonal Yoga Treats
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Seasonal yoga treats Helping you be the healthiest version of yourself all year round.


 
 
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Late Summer - Earth element

Late Summer is a time of coming to earth, settling, ripening and mulling over what has been learnt. It is the time of ideas and experiences coming to ground and enriching the soil to bring about the embodiment of form in the seasons to come. In the bounty of this season we feel the openness and blooming of summer coming to ground. Reaping the harvest, in this period energetic forces come to a standstill, nourishing the inside of us as we absorb and rest, fill and allow ourselves to simply be.

The seasonal treats build a full picture of Yin Yang Go Gyo, the guiding principles of Japanese Yoga and how you can best work with the seasonal flow.

  • Enjoy the first two and a half hours moving deep into asana practice and begin to understand what Japanese yoga is all about.
  • Then comes one and a half hours eating and talking about food as medicine through seasonal recipes and food guidance.
  • We finish with practices of meditation, breath, acupressure points, mudras and challenges that will help you stay in sync with the season and allow you to work towards true vibrant physical and mental health.

Hope to see you there yours,
Cate and Lars

I am the owner of a yoga studio and I am interested in holding a seasonal  yoga treat....

 
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Summer - fire element 

Summer brings fire through the heat of the sun and it’s long days. Life and energies are at their peak. Summer is a good time for kindness to ourselves, self-expression, and joyfulness. It is the season of laughter, relaxation and getting out and about.

The seasonal treats build a full picture of Yin Yang Go Gyo, the guiding principles of Japanese Yoga and how you can best work with the seasonal flow.

  • Enjoy the first two and a half hours moving deep into asana practice and begin to understand what Japanese yoga is all about.
  • Then comes one and a half hours eating and talking about food as medicine through seasonal recipes and food guidance.
  • We finish with practices of meditation, breath, acupressure points, mudras and challenges that will help you stay in sync with the season and allow you to work towards true vibrant physical and mental health.


Hope to see you there
Cate and Lars

I am the owner of a yoga studio and I am interested in holding a seasonal  yoga treat....

 
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Autumn - metal element

Autumn is a time of consolidation, eliminating the unnecessary and choosing what is right for you. As the warmth of the summer recedes and autumn starts to alter our surroundings, our bodies and our minds, we need to act in accordance with these changes. This will be reflected in our activities, how we dress, our daily rhythms and the goals we set. It is important to spend time outdoors watching the dawn, feeling the evening chill and the tickle of the autumn winds.

The seasonal treats build a full picture of Yin Yang Go Gyo, the guiding principles of Japanese Yoga and how you can best work with the seasonal flow.

  • Enjoy the first two and a half hours moving deep into asana practice and begin to understand what Japanese yoga is all about.
  • Then comes one and a half hours eating and talking about food as medicine through seasonal recipes and food guidance.
  • We finish with practices of meditation, breath, acupressure points, mudras and challenges that will help you stay in sync with the season and allow you to work towards true vibrant physical and mental health.

Hope to see you there
Cate and Lars

I am the owner of a yoga studio and I am interested in holding a seasonal  yoga treat....

 
Seasonal yoga retreat winter

WINTER - water element

Winter is the time to focus inwards, consolidate the body's energy, and build strength and stability, as well as a time to rest and regenerate the body. The energies of the water element are sinking and settling.

The cold temperatures and longer darker nights of winter encourage us to seek and connect with the warmth within ourselves. 

In winter we focus on the kidneys and bladder meridians. These organs are linked to the structural integrity of our body and its shape, our sense of identity, our hormonal and nervous systems, our bones, our sexual energy and reproductive functions. Explore and treasure winter in all it’s coldness and darkness using this season to build strength and stability, as well as a time to rest and regenerate the body.

The seasonal treats build a full picture of Yin Yang Go Gyo, the guiding principles of Japanese Yoga and how you can best work with the winter seasonal flow.

  • Enjoy the first two and a half hours moving deep into asana practice and begin to understand what Japanese yoga is all about.
  • Then comes one and a half hours eating and talking about food as medicine through seasonal recipes and food guidance.
  • We finish with practices of meditation, breath, acupressure points, mudras and challenges that will help you stay in sync with the season and allow you to work towards true vibrant physical and mental health.


Hope to see you there
Cate and Lars

I am the owner of a yoga studio and I am interested in holding a seasonal  yoga treat....

 
Seasonal Yoga Treats Spring

Spring

Spring is a time for high activity, coming out of our winter shells and expressing ourselves. 
One of the most potent ways to improve our spring energy is to wake for sunrise. Aim to be outdoors at that time of the morning walking, jogging, swimming or doing yoga.

In Spring we focus on cleansing and rejuvenation for overall health and well-being. Spring represents the wood element and is associated with the liver and the gallbladder. 

The seasonal treats build a full picture of Yin Yang Go Gyo, the guiding principles of Japanese Yoga and how you can best work with the seasonal flow.

  • Enjoy the first two and a half hours moving deep into asana practice and begin to understand what Japanese yoga is all about.
  • Then comes one and a half hours eating and talking about food as medicine through seasonal recipes and food guidance.
  • We finish with practices of meditation, breath, acupressure points, mudras and challenges that will help you stay in sync with the season and allow you to work towards true vibrant physical and mental health.


Hope to see you there
Cate and Lars

I am the owner of a yoga studio and I am interested in holding a seasonal  yoga treat....