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Raw Yoga Shiatsu Power this Sunday

Raw Yoga Shiatsu Power this Sunday at Yoga Pasifika

Yoga Pasifika & Metta Shiatsu present:

Spring into Life with Raw Vitality

A scrumptious feast of Yoga, Pair-stretching, Shiatsu and raw food.

Spring is here! The natural time to uncurl, stretch, and enliven the body with raw upward moving energy.

A delicious opportunity for you to enjoy a day including:

a.. Dynamic revitalising Hatha Yoga with Jyoti b.. Shiatsu stretches to rebalance our meridian flows. We will explore individually and as pairs, with a special focus on the springtime elemental connection with tree/wood energy. We will breathe flexibilty into residue winter tightness, and awaken the detoxifying power of the liver and gallbladder.

ENDS

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