moon sequence

Annie Jones

Co-founder, International School of Dru Yoga

Annie is an international Vitality Coach, motivational speaker, Yoga and Nutrition Consultant. She is the Co-Founder of the International School of Dru Yoga (...

Moon Sequence

14 mins

This sequence is taken from the "Balancing the Water Element" class by Annie Jones. It is perfect for calming your mind and emotions - helping you to feel deeply peaceful and in perfect harmony with everything around you.


“The moon sequence deeply affects the way you think and your capacity to change and adapt to life. It teaches you to recognise the immense power of silence and how to unlock your intuitive insight. Throughout this sequence, visualise you are beneath the soothing, restful rays of the moon.”

Dru Yoga book: Stillness in Motion

It seems now well known and established that our mood swings, instincts and how we feel about things are all influenced by the moon, and, because we are so good at hiding how we really feel, the energy around the full moon can light up our hidden emotional world. If ever you’re feeling overwhelmed at the intensity of the full moon, notice whether you are blaming something external rather than owning your natural emotional intensity.

The best way to understand your own your feelings is, first, to notice them. Try keeping a journal and record your good and more challenging days. This will help you correlate how the moon affects you. Then - practise the moon sequence to restore your balance when necessary!

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Members' comments:


24 Apr, 2017
cookie's picture
What a lovely wind down just before bed - thanks Annie x
8 Sep, 2016
VIRGINIA's picture
I am really enjoying this calming sequence, thank you so much.
12 Aug, 2016
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Linda Griffiths
Beautiful sequence Annie, you make it magical, thank you xxx
10 Aug, 2016
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Chrissie Martindale
Beautiful, calming sequence Annie. I've found that I have naturally wanted to do it the last few nights as the evening start to draw more dark and quiet.

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