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zen recovery

 

a body based contemplative practice

that is simple and deeply restorative

5 postures and

5 breaths

MONDAYS 7.15pm

not offered term 2

The body is the ground for wisdom knowing and recovery.  Bo Forbes

Neuroscience describes restorative yoga as a rich and restful practice to restore and balance our overstimulated nervous system.

Ayurvedic medicine encourages active rest for healing chronic illness by decreasing the element of air and movement (vata) in the body mind system.

Modern research is suggesting that anxiety, depression and chronic pain can be seen as disorders of disembodiment, not just genetic or biochemical imbalances and yoga can be a tool for building emotional resilience.

Yet we are drawn into the old belief that strong sensation equals greater change or the narrative of 'I will do something active, then if I have time I will rest'.

This course is suitable for those with

chronic fatigue

chronic pain

post natal fatigue

anxiety

auto immune disorders

cancer

Zen recovery is a unique course that lays down the 5 building blocks for deep healing.

cultivate mindfulness

re-balance the nervous system

regulate the breath

quieten the mind

change old narratives

WHAT ARE THE

5 POSTURES & 5 BREATHS?

EVEN UJAJI

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UJJAJI

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UJJAJI

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UJJA

EVEN
UJJAJI

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VIPARITA

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CORPSE

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FISH
NATURAL

ROPE

EVEN +OCEAN

CHILD

LONG

EXHALE

+BEE

UPDOWN

EXHALE PAUSE

CORPSE

ALTERNATE

+ZEN

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This course is crucial for anyone in today’s lifestyle with everything moving so fast. Kendra is
unbelievable the depth of her knowledge and how to change it up according to your particular challenges. I wish I had access to this 20 years ago!! Learning how to slow the brain
down, destress and heal the body for 15 minutes every day is the equivalent to another hour sleep at night for me. I can also tap into the peacefulness I experience when doing “zen” when I’m at my craziest at work. The breathing exercises together with the related postures make so much sense.

 

Jenny