Early Morning YELLOW Chroma Yoga Class Mornings Shoreditch

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12/11/2019 @ 6:45 am –

ChromaYoga sets to address the imbalance in our lives by saturating ourselves in the colours we need to bring about positive change. Each ChromaYoga class is held in a ergonomically designed room bathed in a specific colour of light. The teacher guides the class through a set of sequences which correspond to the healing properties of that colour. The lighting we use is non-invasive, safe and environmentally friendly.  

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Date(s) - 12/11/2019
6:45 am

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Categories: Early Morning Healing Movement Positive Mental Health What's On Yoga
Event Tags: East London Shoreditch


What is ChromaYoga?

ChromaYoga™ is a revolutionary new approach to practising yoga. Combining light and colour therapy techniques, brain stimulating soundscapes and bespoke natural scents to create an immersive, multi-sensory yoga experience not yet seen before.

Based in Shoreditch, East London, the ChromaYoga studio is a one of a kind space, cut off from the outside world which transforms as it moves through the colours of the spectrum.

Mon 07:30 | Tues 06:45 | Wed 07:30 | Thurs 08:00 | Fri 06:45

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The ChromaYoga Method

Light

Our classes are grounded in the latest scientific research into the effect that specific light frequencies can have on our body.

Many scientific studies have been conducted to monitor the effects of monochromatic light on the human body and mind. One of the most common colours which affect our day to day routines is blue light. The advances in technology over the past 40 years has culminated in a influx of over exposure to blue light through laptops, smartphones, tv’s and tablets. This prolonged exposure to blue light has been scientifically proven to suppress the production of melatonin and subsequently interferes with our natural circadian rhythms. Suppression of melatonin at night can contribute to a wealth of emotional and physical problems; from insomnia, anxiety, S.A.D and even cancer.

ChromaYoga sets to address the imbalance in our lives by saturating ourselves in the colours we need to bring about positive change. Each ChromaYoga class is held in a ergonomically designed room bathed in a specific colour of light. The teacher guides the class through a set of sequences which correspond to the healing properties of that colour. The lighting we use is non-invasive, safe and environmentally friendly.

Sound

As well as light therapy, sound therapy is a big part of each ChromaYoga class. Taking inspiration from binaural and isochronic tones, each class is accompanied by a specially composed soundtrack which emulates the frequencies our brains emit in different states of consciousness. These sounds can promote a more calm, focused and relaxed state of mind and allow for a class without distraction whilst delivering a multi dimensional sound experience that guides the class into a fully immersive sensory state.

Scent

Collaborating with one of London’s most talented scent makers, Asakala, we have developed our own combination of essential oils to correspond with each class colour. These scents will be used in harmony with yoga poses to drive energy, aid breath work, release muscle tension and encourage relaxation.

About this early morning class

A flowing class where breath is linked with movement and used to wake up the body and increase energy. Yellow light is used in conjunction with twists and opening postures to aid digestion and alleviate mood swings. Our morning classes finish with a burst of blue light to set you up for the rest of the day whereas our evening yellow classes end with gentle orange light to promote a good night’s sleep.
This open class is suitable for all levels and options will be given to those who wish to challenge themselves.

Book Directly on The Chroma Yoga Website