Sunday October 3rd from 2 pm to 4 : 30 pm with Kim Zombik
The late summer and autumn seasons dance a slow colorful transition between harvesting the bounty of summer’s effervescence and reorganising for the quiet interiority of approaching winter.
In Chinese medicine the primary organ systems linked to these changes are the spleen and the lungs. Using Yin and restorative yoga, sound and qi gong, this workshop will help assimilate summer’s experiences, manage any sadness that may appear, and support the immune system as the leaves fall from the trees.
– Reserve your place in advance, online, before going
– Maximum of seven participants in studio
– The two-meter distance will be respected in order to be able to practice without a mask if desired.
– Bring your water bottle and mat.
*Minimum registration of 4 persons for the workshop to take place.