The Guilt-Free Art of Chilling...
Men and Women Welcome. All levels of Fitness Welcome
Propped up with pillows, blankets and cushions in the comfort of your own home, you give yourself the permission to hit the pause button in your day.
This is a floor based session accessible to all; it will unfold slowly and gently.
I will guide you through a short number of easy poses to help you release effortlessly stresses and tensions- whether they are apparent, insidious, mental or physical.
Such a practice is a treat, quite therapeutic and healing.
It is an invitation to unwind completely and relax deeply.
By giving yourself a chance to recharge, reset your buttons, you refill your energy tank and also strengthen your immune system. The benefits are invaluable as it encourages better sleep, focus, concentration and memory.
Try it, you will totally love it!
Extract from 'The Curly Pyjama Letters' by Michael Leunig:
"Dear Vasco, What is worth doing and what is worth having? I would like to say simply this. It is worth doing nothing and having a rest; in spite of all the difficulty it may cause you must rest Vasco –otherwise you will become restless...When you are tired you must act upon it sensibly – you must rest like the trees and animals do. Yet tiredness has become a matter of shame! This is a dangerous development. Tiredness has become the most suppressed feeling in the world. Everywhere we see people overcoming their exhaustion and pushing on with intensity.. and being congratulated for overcoming it and pushing it deep down inside themselves as if it were a virtue to do this. And of course Vasco, you know what happens when such strong and natural feelings are denied—they turn into the most powerful and bitter poisons with dreadful consequences...So I gently urge you Vasco, do as we do in Curly Flat—learn to curl up and rest—feel your noble tiredness—learn about it and make a generous place for it in your life and enjoyment will surely follow. I repeat it’s worth doing nothing and having a rest. Yours Sleepily, Mr. Curly"
Pause and allow yourself to be in the most restful way and recharge to face it all again from a better place.