The Sun (Ha) is in fiery Aries. Aries rules the mind and the muscles. If the mind is tense, so are our muscles and vice versa. The Moon (Tha) starts off in Scorpio, ruling the hidden areas we don't want to talk about, At this time, our hidden emotions can come to the surface and transform into energy to bring us on to the Sagittarius Moon. Lastly, the moon moves into Capricorn. We can feel our emotions here, and either bend too easily or cannot bend to others.
A gentle, relaxing class to heal and soothe, so releasing stress and boosting the immune system. The Sun (Ha) is in fiery Aries, which happens at the point of the spring or vernal equinox, starting at the beginning of the zodiac again. Among other things, Aries rules the muscles, which correspond to the mind in the mind, body, spirit connection. So, the mind is not just in the head but all over the body. If the mind is tense, so are our muscles and vice versa.
A gentle but strengthening and grounding class to heal and soothe, releasing stress and boosting the immune system. The last session with the Sun (Ha) in watery Pisces. Pisces rules the feet, and it is important to keep them firmly on the ground while still allowing ourselves to dream. The Sun then moves into Aries which rules the muscles. If the mind is tense, so are our muscles and vice versa.
With the Sun (Ha) in Pisces and then the Moon (Tha) in Pisces for the new moon, the emphasis is very much on our health, strengthening the immune system. So, we work on the poses releasing negative energy and bringing in positive. The Moon starts in Aquarius, so we do some stretching to release and strengthen the ankles and breath work for the circulation. The Moon then moves into Pisces for the new moon. We need to ground especially at this time and be aware of the feet. Then, the moon finishes in Aries, starting the zodiac cycle again in the head, brain, eyes and muscles, relating to the mind.
Starting off with gentle stretching with the grounded sun salutation to release tension, nadi Shodana breathing to balance and calm and then lying down for an hour of deep rest and relaxation. With the Sun (Ha) in dreamy Pisces, which governs the subconscious mind, this is the ideal time to practise Yoga Nidra, when life can feel quite dreamy and unreal! The Moon (Tha) starts off in Scorpio, a water sign like Pisces, and is about reaching those deep, darks emotions which, by shining a light on them, allows our emotions, and therefore ourselves, to transform. The Moon then moves into Sagittarius, the spiritual traveller, whether that be physically or inwardly. Then, we come to the Moon in Capricorn and climb the metaphorical mountains to grow and achieve our progress.