New Moon Cacao Ceremony

New Moon Cacao Ceremony

Used for many centuries by indigenous peoples in rituals and ceremonies Cacao is rich in nutrients and has a mild stimulating effect similar to caffeine.  When used as ceremonial drink spices are added to enhance the effects.

The workshop take place just after New Moon, a time often associated with new beginnings.  You will explore how you can work with the moon, Celtic medicine wheel and cacao in ceremony.

You will have an opportunity to drink cacao prepared to be in line with the new moon and the powers of the east from the Celtic Druidic tradition. There will be a guided short guided meditation to visit Mama Cacao and time to share your experience.

Currently limited to 8 people

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Ho’oponopono Ceremony

Ho’oponopono Ceremony

Ho’oponopono is a Hawaiian practice of forgiveness.

Forgiveness is not about condoning or accepting what has happened or is happening. Forgiveness is about releasing that experience so that it no longer holds power over you.

We can weight ourselves down by carrying blame, guilt and feeling that we are the victim.  It takes a lot of emotional energy to sustain those feelings of resentment, of being wronged.

Can you find the strength to offer unconditional forgiveness?  What does that even mean?  Why would you forgive someone that has wronged you?

In Ho’oponopono we practice unconditional forgiveness.  This has a number of benefits for everyone.  For you release the hold that someone or some event has over you.  This frees more of your energy to be applied to what is important to you.  You also the release and apologise to the universe any wrong or hurt that you have caused knowingly or unknowingly.  This frees more energy for you and the universe to use.

This introduction covers the history of Ho’oponopono and allow a brief moving practice to experience the power of expressing your regret.

Ho’oponopono helps you move to the reality you want by using positive thought.

I’m Sorry,  Please forgive me, Thank you, I love you

Currently limited to 8 people

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Ho’oponopono Introduction and Ceremony

Ho’oponopono Introduction and Ceremony

Ho’oponopono is a Hawaiian practice of forgiveness.

Forgiveness is not about condoning or accepting what has happened or is happening. Forgiveness is about releasing that experience so that it no longer holds power over you.

We can weight ourselves down by carrying blame, guilt and feeling that we are the victim.  It takes a lot of emotional energy to sustain those feelings of resentment, of being wronged.

Can you find the strength to offer unconditional forgiveness?  What does that even mean?  Why would you forgive someone that has wronged you?

In Ho’oponopono we practice unconditional forgiveness.  This has a number of benefits for everyone.  For you release the hold that someone or some event has over you.  This frees more of your energy to be applied to what is important to you.  You also the release and apologise to the universe any wrong or hurt that you have caused knowingly or unknowingly.  This frees more energy for you and the universe to use.

This introduction covers the history of Ho’oponopono and allow a brief moving practice to experience the power of expressing your regret.

Ho’oponopono helps you move to the reality you want by using positive thought.

I’m Sorry,  Please forgive me, Thank you, I love you

 

 

Restorative & Yoga Nidra at Cybelé Vélo

Restorative & Yoga Nidra

Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. If you take a restorative class, you may hardly move at all, doing just a few postures in the course of an hour. It is a completely different experience than most contemporary yoga.Relaxation specifically has been shown to be healing for chronic pain. It turns off the stress response and directs the body’s energy to growth, repair, immune function, digestion, and other self-nurturing processes.

Restorative yoga turns on the healing relaxation response by combining gentle yoga poses with conscious breathing.

Restorative yoga rests the body but engages the mind. The breathing elements of each pose make restorative yoga an active process of focusing the mind on healing thoughts, sensations, and emotions.

Rowan will lead you through Yoga Nidra. Yoga nidra, or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful meditation technique, and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain. While the practitioner rests comfortably in savasana (corpse pose), this systematic meditation takes you through the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self), leaving you with a sense of wholeness. No longer do you have to dread spending hours sitting on the floor waiting for liberation. Here are seven benefits of developing a yoga nidra practice.

Training Of The Mind.
Release Of The Stress.
Yoga Nidra For Complete Relaxation.
Yoga Nidra Clears Up The Unconscious.
Yoga Nidra And Creativity.
Increase Memory Power & Learning Capacity.
Balance Sympathetic Parasympathetic Nervous System

To book your place:
Contact Cybelé Vélo,

Coleridge Road,
Blackpool, FY1 3RP
e: hello@cybelevelo.com
t: 01253 390400

Beginners Hatha Yoga

6 week course introducing Hatha Yoga. Each session has 45 minutes of Asnas (yoga poses) and 15 minute section of pranayama and a guided meditation.

Give yourself a boost of the New Year of mind body and soul.

All equipment provided. Please wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement and arrive a few minutes before the start of the class.

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£36.00 for all 6 classes!

£8.00 for each class tickets from book when

Move details available Hatha yoga at the studio