Autumn Seasonal Yintrospection workshop with Keren via ZOOM
October 9 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm£20
Autumn brings to mind cosy sweater weather, lighting our woodturners, watching the trees drop their colourful leaves and carving pumpkins. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), however, Autumn can also be a time associated with transformation, transition, sadness, and grief. In TCM, Autumn correlates to the lung and large intestine channels, which run though the chest and arms and are associated with sadness and grief. These emotions represent our ability to balance taking in and letting go.
“The physiological functions of these organs aligns with their energetic function: the lungs govern respiration and the large Intestine governs elimination. Disharmony of both organ systems can present as upper respiratory symptoms (runny nose, cough, hoarse voice, etc.) and constipation. The contraction of energy can present with shallow breath and slow-moving elimination, and if any sadness and grief are not processed, they will continue to constrain qi, or energy—and the emotions will persist.” (Yoga Journal)
Join Keren for a 2.5 hr deep yintrospection class encompassing setting a sankalpa (a journalling exercise), a yin sequence that will support you through the changing season and finishing with a short yoga Nidra.
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