From Fragments to Wholeness
Sunday Yin in June
Welcome to Sunday Yin.
The Sunday Yin Classes offer a wonderful opportunity to recharge from the strain of being pulled in many directions in everyday life. This practice provides a necessary return to wholeness, a state of inner calm and well-being. Start off with a little bit of movement to shake of the week then build up to longer visits in poses that encourage familiarity, simplicity and depth. Gently move through a props-supported sequence that leaves you feeling a deep sense of satisfaction and completion.
Yin yoga works deeply into our body with passive, longer-held poses. The practice targets the deepest tissues of the body, our connective tissues – ligaments, joints, bones, and the deep fascia networks of the body, rather than the muscles (which are the physical focus of Yang yoga practices).
On a more energetic level, Yin yoga improves the energy flow, enhancing the flow of chi in the organs, which according to Chinese medicine, runs through the meridian pathways of the body. It is suggested that these meridians are created by our connective tissue and that the improved flow of chi improves organ health, immunity, and also emotional wellbeing.
The practice is both suitable for beginners as well as advanced practitioners.
Learn to be still, be at peace, practice painfree. Here are some benefits to the practice:
* strengthens joints
* relieves stress
* promotes sleep
* reduces pain
* relieves PTSD
* helps you to understand your own body's language
The classes will be held each Sunday in June online via zoom. If you would like to join but you can not commit to the four classes or you have any questions feel free to reach out. I am happy to give you more information or help to clear any doubts or concerns.
"Yin yoga is like starting to gently open small doors to your inner self. Every Sunday we build together the priceless gift of a clear mind and a pacified body to start a new week.
Lisa will guide you in this journey in her unique and kind way, where every word creates a safe space for you to explore the edges of your body and your interior, through breathing and gentle movement." P. Andrade Schnettler