Gong Bath Meditation with Leo Cosendai
Saturday 18th August 2018 2pm – 4pm
✨ We are very exited to be welcoming Leo Cosendai back for another fantastic Gong Bath Meditation Workshop in Kula Hot Yoga & Wellbeing! Open to everyone with an interest in mindfulness and wellbeing.
So much more than just an old musical instrument, the Gong produces harmonic and dissonant tones which give the individual the opportunity to experience altered states of consciousness, where the mind is totally aligned with the body.
Tickets are now on sale for this magical workshop hosted by the wonderful Leo Cosendai. Gong Bath Meditation will transport you to a place of calm, neutrality and relaxation through the healing process of sound therapy. You will bathe in the tranquil sounds of the gong and experience a sonic meditative journey that will ultimately help you feel an inner peace and overall wellbeing. Treat yourself! 😉 ✨
“London’s foremost gong master”
– The Times
“I felt like I was floating on air”
– Huffington Post
Ticket price: £20
They are all designed to encourage you to feel calm, nourished, to help you heal physically, emotionally and mentally, to help you sleep and guide you to find peace within.
Many of you will know the lovely Nina from Yin and Mindful Vinyasa at the studio! Nina has such a gentle soothing energy which comes through in her guided meditations.
Thank you Nina Rashid <3
Bikram Yoga consists of a precise sequence of 26 postures and two breathing exercises which must be performed within 90 minutes in a heated room.
There is also the option for 60 minute class, which is a modified 'express' version of the traditional 90 minute practice. The 90 minute class is recommended for first timers, even though it is longer, it is a slower class.
The heated room allows the body to stretch, detoxify, relieve stress, tone, and heal chronic pain such as arthritis, joint aches, knee injuries, back problems, and more.
In Bikram, the teachers are trained to talk you through the flow as part of a moving meditation. Listening to these directions forces practitioners to stop thinking and be in the moment.
Let it rain on your face and body - it's part of the practice! Your sweat is helping to maintain normal body temperature. If you wipe it away, you disrupt the body’s natural, intelligent, and highly adaptive mechanism of self-regulation. Embrace the downpour!
While most, if not all, the postures will create a certain level of discomfort, none should induce a sharp pain. If you feel the latter, slowly back off a bit. You're still reaping the same health benefits even if you're not doing the full expression of the posture. The goal isn't to master every pose but rather to listen to your body and take care of yourself.
Choose light clothing that is breathable, Don't be afraid to show some skin, there's an unspoken body rule of “no judgments” in every studio.
Aim to drink up to two litres of water throughout the day. If you find yourself dehydrated at the start of class, take it easy on the posture. If you feel dizzy, sit down and focus on trying to override the discomfort by using your breath. Trust that you can recover by simply closing your mouth and breathing through your nose.
A good attitude is key, especially since everyone in the room is feeding off each other's energy!
Let us know what other questions you might have in the comment section below, we always love to hear from you!
FREE on your Intro Offer, otherwise £20 drop in.
TIME: 10:00 - 11:30AM
DATE: Sunday 8th July
BOOK - follow the link, or chat to us at recepetion!
We look forward to seeing you on the mat!
Join us for our BIKRAM BEGINNERS WORKSHOP and take your practice to the next level. Martin will be offering great insight into each posture involved!
FREE on your Intro Offer, otherwise £20 drop in rate.
DATE: Sat 7th July
TIME: 17:45 - 19:15
BOOK - follow the link to book your spot or drop in on the day and we can check you in at reception!