Through movement, ritual and gathering in community, we remember our true essence as wise, wild and free.
In this workshop, we will explore the third of the three key pillars of Qoya – Free. In this session, we will dance an extended Qoya class to explore how it feels to be free to choose our own perspective, in our bodies as we show up today. To complement the class, we will engage in a creative exercise and a tailored ritual to further embed the theme of freedom.
We will be joined by Alison Cooper, who will offer a delicious sound bath to support the integration of the messages of the Qoya class. For an hour you will be bathed in the most wonderful relaxing sounds where you may or may not be taken on your own journey, often people just fall asleep. Sound bathing calms overstimulated nervous systems and brings everything into balance and harmony with the sound and vibrations permeating every cell of your body. You may become more aware of your own thoughts and emotions and if you struggle to meditate on your own then you will love this easy way to reach deep relaxation.
Being bathed in the sound of Tibetan Sound Bowls can help with depression, anxiety, pain, insomnia, releasing trauma and grief and much more! It is an empowering experience which gives the mind, body, soul and spirit opportunity to find healing, wisdom, joy and bliss. You will leave feeling restored, re-balanced and relaxed.
*Sound baths are not recommended if you have a pacemaker or experience epilepsy. It is your responsibility to check sound baths are suitable for you to attend, I recommend that you always check with your doctor if in doubt.
Space for 16 women. £35 Investment.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org reserve your spot. A deposit of £20 is required to secure your space. Options to pay the full £35 at the time of deposit or the £15 remainder at the class.