Winter is the season to draw inwards, to nourish our internal systems and reconnect with ourselves, our inner guru. Since there is less light in nature this time of year, it is important to surrender to this time of being quieter, less busy and give ourselves an allowance to work with the shadowy parts of our nature. We bring these aspects of ourselves into the light to be able to examine our habits, behaviours,  and experiences more clearly with curiosity and compassion.

Winter, in Chinese Medicine, is also associated with the Water Element, the fluid aspect of our being that is also incredibly strong, water can move through rock and earth with power. Harmonizing this element keeps our bones strong, our bodies more pliant and supple and our emotions smooth. Join Janine to explore in both yin and yang context how we orient our practice this time of year to create well-being and balance.

January 26 @ 14:30
14:30 — 17:00 (2h 30′)