Welcome to Full Moon Yoga
Are you looking to deepen your yoga practice and connect with the energy of the full moon? Look no further! Our Full Moon workshops offer a unique experience of incorporating the power of the full moon into your yoga practice.
Our workshops are led by Srishti who will guide you through a practice designed to align body, mind and spirit. This workshop will begin with a brief discussion on the energy of the current full moon and how it can be used in our practice.
Full Moon Yoga include:
- Full Moon Yoga for Intention Setting: Use the energy of the full moon to set intentions and make room for new possibilities in your life.
- Full Moon Yoga for Self-Reflection: Reflect on the past and release any emotions that may be holding you back.
- Full Moon Yoga for Release: Let go of old patterns and negative emotions, and make space for positive change.
This workshops are suitable for all levels, from beginners to experienced yogis ad we dive in the yin flow and yoga nidra. We encourage you to come with an open mind and heart, ready to connect with the energy of the full moon and bring balance to your mind, body and spirit.
“The full moon illuminates the darkness, just as our yoga practice
illuminates the shadows within us.”
What is Yin & Chakra Meditation
YIN YOGA: Most forms of yoga today are dynamic, active practices designed to work only half of the body, the muscular half, the “Yang” tissues. Yin Yoga allows us to work the other half, the deeper “Yin” tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones. All of our tissue are important and need to be exercised so that we can achieve optimal health and vitality.
We will begin the Full-Moon Yoga session with Yin Yoga. This style of Yoga targets the deep connective tissues of the body (vs. the superficial tissues) and the fascia that covers the body; Yin Yoga is to help regulate the flow of energy in the body. Yin Yoga is unique in that you are asked to relax in the posture, soften the muscle and move closer to the bone; offering much deeper access to the body.
CHAKRA MEDITATION: Yoga is really based on the seven chakra system. In this system there are seven chakra points that lie along the spine, from the base to the crown of the head, and each of these chakra points is responsible for the organs and glands situation in it’s region. The chakras, though, are responsible for not just the organs and glands, but they are also responsible for our various personality traits and characteristics. Of these seven chakras, one of the most important and fascinating is the Agya Chakra, or Third Eye.
Srishti, a passionate advocate and practitioner of yoga, was born into a family deeply rooted in the practice. Her birth took place in a small town near the sacred banks of the holy Ganga, where yoga had been an integral part of people’s lives for generations. Raised in this spiritually rich environment, Srishti’s journey with yoga began at a young age.