Yin Pin Gong
Our event combines three holistic modalities of Yin yoga, acupuncture and sound healing over two hours to assist you in enhancing your body’s own ability to heal.
Each event is based around the seasons to bring your body back into alignment with nature to have a body free from illness. Each session begins with a nourishing Yin yoga, sequenced around the element of the season. Led by yoga teacher Kat Gregory to ground into the physical body as well as awaken the energetic channels. Acupuncturist Natalie Bailey (BHlthSc) will weave her vast knowledge of Traditional Chinese medicine philosophy throughout the practice to give a deeper understanding of the current seasons element and meridians. The yoga will be supported by gentle sound healing from Kohra Rees.
Once we melt into an extended savasana deep rest, Kohra will bring in her magnificent Gongs for an out of this world experience through sound. The gong promotes an induced meditative state, enchantment, exhilaration & wonder at being encased in a sonic wave of otherworldly tones and overtones. While we rest, it’s time to get pinned by Natalie in specially selected acupuncture points related to the season to rejuvenate and restore the organs and meridians related to it. This combination brings about profound peace, space, healing & spiritual awakening.
ABOUT YIN YOGA
Yin is a cooler, stiller and inward form of yoga. Long passive holds with the support of props can assist in increasing the bodies range of motion without effort. Yin offers the opportunity to drop into a rest and digest state where the body can naturally repair. Yin yoga can be a meditative practice as it provides a chance to slow down to combat stress as well as space for self- inquiry.
Traditional Chinese medicine is a holistic primary health care system which has been practised for over 2500 years. Its roots stem from Daoist philosophies that suggest that everything in the universe is part of an unbroken whole, where life arises from the interplay of opposites (Yin and Yang), and we can have a life of health and prosperity by observing nature and its natural cycles. Our most basic human function is to find harmony between heaven and earth and Chinese medicine offers a medicine that is for the body, mind and spirit.
When our bodies are in harmony with our surroundings, we are healthy, and there is an abundant supply of qi (pronounced chee/chi), our life force or energy that runs through an unseen network of meridians across the body. If the flow of qi becomes depleted or blocked, the body fails to maintain harmony or balance and then disease and illness can follow.
Acupuncture is just one of the many branches of Chinese medicine that helps restore the balance of qi in our bodies, allowing it to carry out its own innate ability to heal and be protected from disease. By finding balance in our body, mind and spirit, we can be more present for our families and other aspects of our lives, to pursue our purpose in life and reach our full potential, finding true contentment and happiness that filters through our families and communities.
Highly Recommended: If you have never received acupuncture treatment, it is highly recommended that you do before attending this event. Natalie is available for sessions Monday to Saturday at her clinic rooms in Joondalup. Health fund rebates available. Book online: www.radiantchi.com.au
ABOUT SOUND HEALING
The Gong is an ancient instrument of healing and transformation, generating powerful multi-dimensional ripples of sound waves, bathing your body in streams of rhythmic, mesmerising and transformative sounds. Mentally and emotionally it helps to quieten the mind, physically releasing tension and blocks, stimulating the glandular, nervous and circulation systems as well as breaking up emotional blockages.
Unfortunately, we regret this event is not suitable for pregnant ladies or those under the age of eighteen.
Natalie Bailey (BHlthSc) - Acupuncture Practitioner Founder and owner of Radiant Chi in Joondalup, Natalie graduated with distinction at the Perth Endeavour College of Natural Health and holds a Bachelor in Health Science (Acupuncture). She is a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Natalie is a gentle, caring and compassionate practitioner, and is passionate about helping all her patients reach their full potential with optimal health in their demanding modern lifestyles, by using the ancient eastern sages to find a healthier, harmonious way to live.
Find out more about Natalie and her clinic Radiant Chi at www.radiantchi.com.au
Kat Gregory – Yin Yoga Teacher & Reiki Master Kat is an enthusiastic and holistic-minded yoga teacher and Reiki Master with over seven years of experience & 1170-hours of yoga training. Kat aims to offer more than just a standard yoga class and create a space for a holistic healing experience. She weaves all her passions into her yoga classes; combining essential oils, sound healing, metaphysics, Traditional Chinese Medicine theories, Reiki and tapping into her intuitive guidance. Kat shares unique wisdom for the present moment throughout her teaching.
Kohra Rees - Kinesiologist & Sound Healer Kohra holds an Advanced Diploma in Functional Kinesiology and is certified in the therapeutic delivery of Sound Healing using Symphonic Gongs & Crystal Singing Bowls. Kohra is passionate about helping to empower women with the delivery of sound & vibration to bring about health, balance & wellness.
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