LET GO | MEDITATE
10 MINUTES • 10m
It’s time to let go of things that no longer serve you. Letting go is one of the most challenging tasks we can face in life, but it also opens up new opportunities and possibilities for growth. This 10 minute mindfulness breath-led meditation will help guide you through a process that will help release negativity and past traumas in the mind and body to help to bring a fresh outlook.
Bhavisha is a teacher of Yoga, Meditation and is a Breath-Coach and will be bringing us some truly beautiful Yin, Meditation and Breath-work sessions. Bhavisha has completed 1000+ hours of training, has been practicing for 11 years and truly believes that yoga and meditation has changed her life forever. Bhavisha shares her knowledge in her classes as a tool to bring body awareness, mindfulness and self introspection that provides the freedom from constraints and allows us to become who we are truly meant to be.
"Don't push yourself too hard in class. Always listen to your body and what it needs. Stop if you are in pain. Make sure you have a safe open place to practice and that you consult a health professional for advice on injuries, conditions or illness."
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