Back Care classes
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:15
Thursday 14:00 - 18:00
Saturday 13:30 - 17:30
For Bookings & Enquiries please contact 01273 220159 or Email us [email protected]
01273 220 159
We offer a full schedule of weekly classes, along with regular workshops and special events:
Read more about our wide range of classes and lovely teachers:
Give the Gift of Wellbeing
For sale at Reception, or
please call 01273 220159
Starting again in 2021
-May 23rd 2021
-June 27th 2021
-August 29th 2021
-September 26th 2021
-October 24th 2021
-November 28th 2021
Events start at 10am, 11:30am and 1:15pm- please allow 60 to 75 mins
Doors open 15 minutes before the start time - anyone arriving more than 5 minutes late will be unable to join the session to avoid disruption
Monthly Sound Baths
£15 per person
Or you can buy a pass for 5 sessions and get a 6th session free - valid for 12 months
Lay back and relax as the beautiful sounds and tones of Gongs, Himalayan Singing Bowls, Crystal Singing Bowls, rainsticks and other therapeutic percussion instruments wash over you whilst you rest on a comfortable yoga mat with cushions and blankets. Therapuetic Sound Baths are proven to relax on a deeper level than other relaxation methods.
Bringing calm to the body and mind, and helping brainwaves lower to levels that are similar to meditation or those experienced just before you fall asleep. The sound can induce a state of deep relaxation and allow you to rest there with the effect that cortisone (i.e. the stress hormone) reduces, blood pressure and heart rates are lowered, potassium & sodium levels in the body are rebalanced and cellular regeneration can take place which, in turn, helps our autonomic nervous system to restore.
Ruth unertook the UK's leading training in sound therapy and sound baths at The British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST), where she is now Tutor and Course Manager. The College teaches the BAST method that works on all levels of our being - physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually.
The sessions help to create a space within which an individual may see themselves and their process more clearly, through reflection and enquiry. The sound initiates a 'conversation' with the system through the '5R's'; resonance, resistance, release, responsibility and reflection. The original BAST method has been shown to be, on average, 64% more relaxing than conventional relaxation methods (Cook 2009).
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