In yin yoga we use long held postures to release blockages in prana (or qi) in the body. We work deep into the fascia and connective tissue in the body to a place your regular dynamic yoga practice won't access. We will open up the energy channels (nadis/meridians) and try to move this energy through the body, releasing tension, stress, tightness but also emotions, thoughts and vrittis (fluctuations of the mind). Working from the Anamaya Kosha to the Pranamaya Kosha (The physical to the energetic sheath).
Increasingly, experienced vinyasa yoga practitioners find the slow passive release of yin is a much needed complement to their regular dynamic "yang" practice. It will be challenging physically and mentally but in a more unexpected way for those who think that Yin is just about "doing nothing". It is the Andrex of Yoga, soft and strong. We will work through traditional yin yoga postures and some that may be new to all.
"See your thoughts, don't be your thoughts."
Yin Club teachers on rotation from the Yoga People School, students of Paul Grilley Yin Yoga.
Sunday 19th of February: Marcus Veda
Sunday 26th of February: David Pearce
Sunday 5th of March: Hayley Rose Budd
Sunday 12th of March: Jonelle Lewis
Sunday 19th of March: Marcus Veda
SUNDAY 26th March: BREAK
Sunday 2nd of April Emma Peel
Sunday 9th of April Kate Lister
Please note: If on the same day you practice Marcus Veda's 4:45-6:30 Rocket and Pranayama class you benefit from £2 off this classFor more info on prices and memberships: link
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