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Yoga For Anxiety with Clare Waters At Supply Yoga Hackney

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Looking back I can see that yoga started a self-healing domino effect. It hadn’t occurred to me before that I had the power to soothe myself and make such an impact on my wellbeing. It became my way in to a more conscious and choice driven life.
Clare Waters

In this workshop Clare will share a collection of practical methods for managing and pacifying anxiety. You’ll explore ways in which to cultivate grounding and settling by using mantra, breath work, physical yoga sequences and mindfulness practices that can be applied to daily London living.

The workshop will wind down with a breath work and restorative yoga practice that’ll soothe your nervous system and leave you feeling contented and calm for the week ahead.

It must be noted that this workshop is not a substitute for professional advice. All content is based on personal experiences of anxiety management.

Please bring along a notepad and a pen

When: Sunday 6th October 2pm – 4pm

Where: Supply Yoga 20 Median Road Hackney E5 0PL

Investment £25

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About Clare Waters – &Breathe Living

I’m Clare Waters, the founder and face behind &Breathe Living.

In 2013 I was working in client services at a marketing agency. I was 24 and living a pretty typical early 20’s lifestyle. My week was busy and Friday afternoon never came around quickly enough. I was anxious but I always had been, to a varying degree.

In the December of 2013 my big brother died suddenly and everything changed. It felt like the rug had been swept out from underneath me. Everything that had previously made sense, suddenly didn’t. I went back to work but struggled to keep up with the life I lived before. My anxiety reached a new level. The worst had happened and it felt like it could happen again. I was lost.

This was when yoga stepped in. Initially it gave me somewhere to go when I had no idea what to do with myself – it gave me something to do. I noticed that after I practised I felt calmer and less overwhelmed so I kept it up.

Looking back I can see that yoga started a self-healing domino effect. It hadn’t occurred to me before that I had the power to soothe myself and make such an impact on my wellbeing. It became my way in to a more conscious and choice driven life.

I slowed down. I started practicing self-care. I learnt how to rest, started journaling daily and in turn felt a closeness to myself that I had never experienced before. I stopped being led by what I thought others expected of me. I decided that stress didn’t have to be a part of my daily life.

These practices have helped me overcome my once crippling anxiety, they allow me to experience joy fully and keep me afloat through challenging times. I’m stronger and more resilient than I’ve ever been. I’m now so much more determined and equipped to live a life that feels sustainable to me.

My experience has inspired the work that I do sharing practices for embodiment and wellbeing.

About Supply Yoga A Social Enterprise

We are an accessible neighbourhood studio that offers yoga at sustainable prices. We use the money that you spend on our yoga classes to help fund free yoga for community support service users across London.