Working in small groups of 5 allows for individual attention and group exploration of the Alexnder Technique.
While physical distancing restrictions are in place, all classes will be conducted online, and you will set up your own personal space while still enjoying many of the benefits of participating with others.
Every day, we wake up to the schedule of tasks and events that await us. Whether we are excited, trepidatious, or anywhere in between, taking some time to pause and prepare before we start our day may just give us a better go at it.
Discover how to recalibrate your whole system so that you are more alive and present to tackle what awaits you each day by practising Restorative Rest.
What Is Restorative Rest
The practice of Restorative Rest is a technique that involves your whole self in a unique learning and restorative activity. Lying in a semi-supine position, it’s an opportunity to allow the musculoskeletal system to naturally lengthen out, for the mind to calm and settle, and for the breath to become more buoyant and free.
This popular group class runs over the course of 5 weeks. In each weekly 1-hour class, we’ll explore a new technique or concept about the “mind-body” and restorative rest.
You’ll spend the following week practising what we’ve covered, and integrating what you are learning into your own wellbeing routine.
When is the best time to practice restorative rest? The answer is really any time. You may like to take 10-20 minutes:
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