Spirit in Spring: Yin and Sound Bathing Practice

It’s Spring time! And we are slowly rising out of our winter hibernation. Even the name “spring” reflects the nature of this season―to move forward, to rise out of hibernation. The season of spring is when the buds burst forth on the trees; the flowers push their way out of the earth; the seeds crack open with new growth. All of life is in a state of blossoming, expanding its energy, and growing. 

In the Daoist tradition, Spring is associated with the Wood element. In Spring the energy of the Wood element dominates, bringing more focus to our plans, life dreams and relationships.  It’s also an auspicious time to focus on releasing emotions that no longer serve us.

Join Rachael Hunter and Swami Johnny Baba for a special restorative Yin Yoga style practice. You will be guided through long held deep stretches designed to support and balance the Wood energy within, and  surrounded by the tones of Himalayan Singing Bowls and a Nepalese gong. The warmth of the singing bowls and Johnny’s Sanskrit mantra chanting helps to deepen your relaxation, to bring you to a place of balance and receptivity.

You are invited to stay for tea and light snacks after the practice. Space is limited, please stay home if you are feeling unwell.

Questions? Contact events@wctrust.org 



May 01 2022


2:00 pm - 4:00 pm




Rushton Conservation Center
915 Delchester Road, Newtown Square, PA


Willistown Conservation Trust