Moon Sequence Workshop

with Kirsten Steffensen

Friday 19th September
7.15pm – 9pm
£15 drop in or £12.50 pre-book

CHANDRA KRAMA – The Moon Sequence

Moon Sequence”Chandra Krama is intended for practice on the full moon, the new moon and at those times when you are feeling more tired than usual or have injuries you need to heal”

”Practicing a restorative sequence at regular intervals can decrease the risk of strain an injury and increase awareness of your changing internal body. We are all being influenced by the seasons and the waxing/waning moon, time of day/month and choosing the right yoga practice is important to keep you feeling balanced”

”The Moon Sequence has been designed with Ashtanga practitioners in mind.

It is a flowing therapeutic sequence for shoulders, wrists, knees, hips and the lower back and it has no jumping back/forward”

”In recent years there has been increasing research into the difference between the skeleton, the organs, soft tissue and connective tissue and how different techniques affect them.

Dynamic movement based practices tend to activate and develop the gross aspects of the body – skeleton, organs and larger muscles.

The internal (subtle) and connective aspects of the body – the ligaments, tendons and fascia are best activated and released through passive stretching held for a longer time and simple awareness”

”The slower you move the more you can let go”

“The Moon sequence leaves me feeling likeI have really opened up my shoulders and hips in a strong, grounded practice, and when I  don’t feel like doing an Ashtanga practice or energetic class the Moon sequence still allows me to experience a deep release of energy at the same time as being calming and rejuvenating.

Working with the breath helps me stay focused, and as always Kirsten’s expert guidance safely allows me to try the stronger poses encouraging everybody to work listening to their own body’s feedback. Fabulous workshop, fabulous teacher….don’t miss it”

Julia, Yoga Student

I love the Chandra Krama/Moon Sequence because it is a wonderful partner to the Ashtanga Sequence.
With Kirsten’s guidance we move through this wonderful sequence calmly and mindfully, deeply stretching and moving but with more clarity and focus.

Yoga Student