Lena Pascoe


Into the Light- Winter Re-balance. Yoga, Acupuncture and Ayurveda
Sat 25th Jan 2020. 2.30-5.30pm
Eastern Yoga 46 Greenbank Rd, Bristol BS5 6EY

I’m going to be running a workshop with a fellow Practitioner named Eva who’s an amazing Acupuncturist.

Together we will putting on a workshop combining Yoga, Acupuncture and Ayurveda. You’d be most welcome to join us.

Please see details below, and please do feel free to get in touch, ask questions, reserve a spot.

Longer daylight hours will soon return to us. It’s part of our ongoing cycle, the ebb and flow that is life.
For now, winter is a time of reflection, going deep, turning inwards and holding the space for the rebirth of light

Winter is the time of year where you may be feeling sluggish and slow, craving warmth and heat, you may be susceptible to ailments, sickness, you may have low energy.
Kapha from the Ayurveda tradition is represented by cold and damp, and in the Acupuncture tradition this time of year is associated with the kidneys and bladder.

Soon it will be time to start turning outwards, planting our dream seeds for the new year.
Have you thought about your intention for your year ahead? Do you have a vision?
And what about your physical, emotional and mental well-being? What are you putting in place to keep you well on all levels?

Please join Lena and Eva where the ancient systems of Yoga, Acupuncture and Ayurveda intertwine and sit alongside each other with ease.

Expect a workshop that will leave you feeling nourished, energised, nurtured and renewed, where they will be sensitive to these ancient practices.

A yoga practice that will include breath work where you’ll experience some of the effects it can have. Consideration of svadisthana or sacral chakra, connecting to water element and energy, the basic issues concerned with this chakra, and addressing imbalances to promote balance.
Acupuncture will focus on re-balancing your kidney energies with a few needles on kidney channels and ‘extra ordinary channels’ as per Chinese Medicine tradition. You can expect the strengthening and warming help of Moxibustian herbs in a relaxing environment. The kidneys should strengthen to cope with cold and damp, nourishing the yin to enable the yang to strive.

We will also provide you with simple tips, techniques and practical gifts to take away with you to include in your self-care routine.

Workshop investment is £30.00. A deposit of £15.00 will secure your place

See my Face book page, ‘Come Yoga with Me’ for more info……