Posts In: Seasons

Transition to Autumn

October 10, 2021
Last late summer classes this week, we are slowly moving into autmn.

Summer Yin Class

July 25, 2021
Need some Yin in your life? Or wanting to know what to expect when joining a yin class with me? Here is a summer yin class for you to enjoy. Get as much support as you would like, I’d advice a bolster or rolled up blanket, maybe a small cushion and belt or strap. Working with the heart and small intestine meridian lines, we’re working the shoulders, arms, wrists and working with spine and hips. Any Questions feel free to send me a message. Love, Hannah

New timetable

June 24, 2021

Summer

June 21, 2021
The season of fire is here, our fullest capacity time to be active and enjoy life to the fullest. Make sure to balance it out with some rest to avoid a burn out. Love, Hannah

Early summer flow

June 11, 2021

Enjoy this 1hour flow class, twist, open and close, balance and tangle but most of all listen to your body and rest when needed. Early Summer the season for connection from 21 may till 20th june it is a short season, the preparation to summer. The organs connected are the pericardium(heart protector) and triple heater. Time to start moving the body working on our internal heat, time to laugh and enjoy life. But don’t over do it, listen to your body, rest when you need it. Self care without isolation, make connections and open your heat appropriately . Drink plenty and eat fresh seasonal foods, like lettuce, radish and fresh herbs.

Practice outside?!

June 11, 2021
Early summer Yin

Early summer season.

May 21, 2021
Early summer has begun this is a time for making appropriate connections, find joy in life, laugh and get moving. The time to work with our connective tissue. Love, Hannah

Spring Flow

May 2, 2021

Spring is the time to rise from hibernation of winter and start stretching out, bring movement back. A time for detox, cleaning up your act when it comes to food, homely clutter, work on your mental physical wellbeing. Be flexible like a supple tree in spring. The related organs are the liver and gallbladder. This practice starts with the golden tread breath and has lots of lovely twists. Make sure to drink plenty of water afterwards(or during if needed). Enjoy, Hannah

Due to my course with Jaap van der Wal, tonight’s class will be at 17:45 till 18:45. See you then 🥰