There are 3 main principles of yin yoga:
Every class will also incorporate a focus on the energetic pathways of the body and mind, along with opportunities for meditation and relaxation.
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Have you been craving an opportunity to slow down but still want to stretch and release your body? Then yin yoga and myofascial release may be precisely what you are looking for.
In this yoga class, we will move through a slow sequence of poses to access the deep fascial layer of the body and cultivate an energetic opening from within.
Restorative yoga and yin yoga are often believed to be the same thing, but in fact, they have some distinct differences. Although they both involve long, static holds, yin yoga focuses on stressing the superficial or muscular tissues and connective tissues.
Yin yoga may look like a relaxing and restorative practice, but it can be quite challenging physically and mentally.
4-week Monthly Series MAY Focus:
Balance in Transition & Connection
During this season of transition of spring into summer, we are exploring a transition point or “sandhi” in nature. Transition points also invite us to explore the transition points and connections between the various realms of life – both within and around us.
In this month’s yin yoga and myofascial release class, we will focus on exploring the connections between body and mind as well as the connections between the fascial system throughout the body.
We will also work on poses that balance the liver and heart meridians and the elements of wood and fire.