Yin Yoga &
with Savasana
Sound Bath

Yin yoga & HypnoNidra in the Yurt

Every Tuesday 

Time: 7pm to 8.15pm

Cost: £13.50 per session

Suitable for all levels including beginners.

Location: Station Road, Whittlesford, CB22 4NL

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Join me, as you flow into stillness with this unique yoga and meditation class.  I combine yin yoga, hypnosis techniques, yoga nidra (yogic sleep) and sound healing to balance the body, improve flexibility and calm the nervous system.  

This course is inspired by Chinese Meridian Theory and yoga philosophy,  stimulating chi/ prana flow to joints, connective tissue and bone, balancing the body, mind and emotions for positivity and wellbeing.

As a clinical hypnotherapist, yoga teacher and sound therapist, I have come to recognise that our hectic modern lives have tipped many of us into becoming stuck in our fight or flight mode.  We also have the tendency to be unkind to ourselves with negative self talk.  The aim of this class is to return our mind and bodies to balance and to encourage self compassion and kindness.  The healing modalities of yoga, hypnotherapy and sound therapy are a wonderful way to do this.

What are the benefits of this class?

There are many benefits of yin yoga and HypnoNidra, including:

  • Improved circulation and flexibility
  • Release of fascia and deep connective tissue
  • Improved joint mobility
  • Balancing the organs through meridian stimulation
  • Calming and balancing the mind and body
  • Calming the nervous system
  • Reducing stress and anxiety 
  • Encouraging self compassion and kindness

What is yin yoga?

Yin yoga is a branch of yoga that works deeply into our body using mindfulness principles and passive, longer held poses.  It targets the deepest tissues of the body; our connective tissues that are critical for mobility and flexibility, strengthening our joints, ligaments, bones and fascia. 

Energetically, yin yoga improves our energy flow, enhancing the flow of chi/ prana in the organs offering physical, emotional and mental health benefits. 

Following the yin yoga session we flow into stillness with HypnoNidra and a sound bath ‘savasana’ (final pose).

What is HypnoNidra?

HypnoNidra is a unique form of relaxation/ mediation that I have been inspired to create.  It is experienced lying down on the mat.  I use a combination of hypnosis techniques and yoga nidra (yogic sleep) to facilitate a guided meditation designed to calm the nervous system and encourage self compassion and positive emotions.  Read my blog on the benefits of HypnoNidra and yoga nidra to find out more.

What is a ‘savasana’ sound bath?

At the end of the class I use crystal singing bowls to create a ‘savasana’ sound bath that allows you to bathe in the vibrations of the crystal bowls.  These vibrations and frequencies are said to release energetic blockages, further allowing the chi/ prana to flow.  The savasana sound bath also allows your body and mind to absorb and assimilate the wonderful benefits of the class

Do I need to bring anything?

The yurt is fully equipped with plenty of mats, blocks, bricks and bolsters so no need to bring anything unless you have a preference to use your own equipment.

Common myths about hypnosis

Myth: Hypnosis is a form of mind control

Fact: You are completely in control.  No one can be hypnotised if they don’t want to be and you have the ability to take yourself out of trance if you choose, simply by opening your eyes.

Myth: The hypnotic state is very unusual

Fact: Trance is actually quite ordinary and it’s very similar to daydreaming.  We go in to trance at least twice a day when as we fall asleep and wake up.  Other examples are when we doing exercise or driving we may find our mind switching off as we go into a light hypnotic state of flow.

Myth: Some people can’t be hypnotised

Fact: Everyone has the ability to be hypnotised because it is a natural, normal state that each of us enter at least twice a day as we fall asleep and wake.  Having said this, you can’t be hypnotised if you don’t want to be.

Myth: I won’t remember anything when I’m in trace

Fact: Everyone experiences hypnosis differently, for some it’s a state of focused attention and for others it’s more like day dreaming with your attention drifting and wandering.  Others find they don’t pay conscious attention at all.  However you find it, that’s fine, it’s simply a matter or your own personal experience.

Myth: A person can get stuck in trance

Fact: This can’t happen.  Hypnosis is a natural state that we enter and exit during the course of a day.  If you need to bring yourself out of hypnosis you can just open your eye

Sevarin is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Yin Yoga therapist with a passion for yoga, mediation and the benefits of working with the subconscious mind and sound healing to bring about positive change.

She holds the following qualifications:

Hypnotherapy in Practice Diploma (HPD)

Diploma in Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (DSFH)

Diploma in Yin Yoga Therapy – Body Mind Soul Centre (Registered Yoga Alliance School)

Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra Facilitator – Yoga Alliance 

Registered Yoga Teacher 200hr – Yoga Alliance

Crystal Sound Therapy Practitioner (CST02)

Reiki Practitioner (1st and 2nd degree)

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