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Blackout Yoga @ The Fitness Village

This months Blackout Yoga will be going back to basics. Moving through conditioning postures for your body in a simple yet effective sequence, flowing with vinyasas and coming back to some juicy restorative floor asanas.

As always, the practice will start with some pranayama to kick off with breath to body connection, finishing with a short guided meditation and Fruits and juice will be provided, aiding the sensory experience with touch and taste of different flavours.

A great opportunity for those who are looking to deepen your practice, get away from sensory stimulation or even just the mirrors in the room. Pratyahara is part of the 8 Limbs of Yoga and takes our focus away from looking out of ourselves and turns the attention to within ourselves. How do you feel when you move through the asanas, what is the voice inside of your head saying, can you hear your heart beating? Are you more aware and connected to your breath?

There are 15 spaces available, you don't have to be an expert to attend but having been to a few yoga classes would be beneficial as your eyes will be closed.

Any questions, please feel free to get in touch. Tickets are 300k per person and to be purchased before the event. Ticket money can be left at the reception of OM Factory or Moon Yoga, or with myself - Mae Constance.


Sunday, 25 August

1:00pm - 3:00pm

The Fitness Village | No. 68, Alley 50, Lane 310 Nghi Tam Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi


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