How often do you take the time to PLAY? To do something for NO OTHER PURPOSE than to have fun? Time for you. Time to goof around.
One of the main themes in unhappiness is RIGIDITY. As adults, we’re often so focused on work and family commitments that we never seem to make time for PURE fun.
Somewhere between childhood and adulthood, we stopped playing. And when we do have free time, we zone out in front of the TV or scroll through our social media accounts. Brain NUMBING activities.
Well guess what?! True play is JUST as important for adults as it is for children. Playfulness relaxes and stimulates the mind, as well as boosting creativity and innovation.
So join me on Thursday 11 March for a special play-focused yoga class.
We’ll start off with a guided meditation to help you tap into your playful inner child, helping you unwind and get out of that exhausting mental work mode.
We’ll then work through a fun flow where I’ll encourage you to explore and play, feeling into your body and finding what feels good, allowing your mat to be your playground.
And remember, genuine play is radically stimulating, thought-provoking, and drives creativity. Go on, let’s play.
Exclusive offer: The first 10 people to book this class, get it for FREE. Simply use the following coupon code when checking out for your 100% discount: 2YTYAEJ2
PS: Below you’ll find some very useful information, please take the time to read this before class.
Please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes before class to give yourself a moment to arrive on the mat and find some stillness before commencing.
Prepare your environment, you will need a yoga mat and blocks if you have any (if not a stack of books will do just fine). I’d also recommend having a blanket and some cushions to hand.
These items are great as home yoga props!
You’ll be automatically muted upon arrival. To allow others to ground themselves without distraction, I’d be grateful if you keep yourself muted. A space for questions will be opened up at the end of class.
To create an intimate circle and so that I can give verbal adjustments, please arrange your camera so that your full body can be seen.
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