Winter Warming Slow Flow Yoga Workshop
& Special Pranayama Sequence
Welcoming Back Sinead O'Connor from Hush Yoga Dublin
In this workshop you will drop into a peaceful, present state almost instantly, taking all the stresses that come with life away.
The pace of this style of yoga is a slower way to move through sequences while building more strength, stamina and awareness. The deeper muscular system is challenged when moving through postures slowly, and it forces the mind to be fully present in each moment of movement.
A few restorative postures will be used at the beginning of the session to restore your vitality and release tension in the spine. With this added element the flowing sequences will feel more enjoyable and comfortable.
A special pranayama sequence will be lead to enhance the pineal gland and to release natural DMT, enhancing third eye vision.
This is one way to learn how to become more present, using the breathe and body to bring us back to being here and now. From that place one can learn how to be more mindful in every day life and from moment to moment..
This style of yoga is a perfect way to prepare for deeper meditative practices. The workshop will begin to heighten the awareness of energy-body and internal guidance system - our sixth sense.
After a chakra balancing session, people tend to feel more heightened levels of awareness, clarity of mind and internal peace.
What Can I Expect?
Slow paced vinyasa-flow sequence and restorative postures
Pranayama sequence to strengthen mind and energy body
Sinead is based in Dublin and owner of Hush Yoga. Sinead has been teaching yoga since 2001. She continuously expands her knowledge through ongoing training's including Yoga Training with 500+ hours. Completing an ITEC Diploma in Diet and Nutrition & Anatomy and physiology in 2004. Sinead is qualified in Anusara Yoga, Vinyasa, Hatha Yoga and Wellness Coaching.
Her background in dance is reflected in the way she teaches yoga. Her style of Yoga is a nicely paced flowing (vinyasa) yoga, with an emphasis on a meditation that focuses, grounds and centres body, mind and soul. She also teaches pranayama techniques taught to her by Sri Dharma Mitta.
Feel free to get in touch with me (Emma 087 - 212 4644) if you have any questions and I will be happy to answer them or email me below