Yin and Restorative Yoga - block of classes - NO AVAILABLE SPACES THIS TERM -

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Yin and Restorative Yoga - block of classes - NO AVAILABLE SPACES THIS TERM -

NO AVAILABLE SPACES THIS TERM - NEW TERM BEGINS NOV.4TH -


Make some time in your schedule to recharge and relax!


During these classes we carefully merge a yin and restorative yoga sequence,  ending with a nourishing savasana (relaxation).


This powerful combination of both yin and restorative yoga allows you to completely relax and surrender the body and mind. A yin yoga practice helps you to access the deeper layers of the body. The poses works on releasing constrictions in the connective tissue, ligaments, and tendons that support the joints.


It also stimulates and opens the energy meridians of the subtle body. Through this stimulation,  a more balanced flow of chi (vital life force) is created,  supporting the body’s vibrancy and physiology as well as the enhancement of mental and emotional balance & well-being.


With restorative yoga,we relax into the stretch or posture with the aid of props so we really can let go of tension and focus on our breath. This practice stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system (our rest and digest) which undoes the stress response in our bodies.

Yin and Restorative Yoga - block of classes - NO AVAILABLE SPACES THIS TERM - Description

NO AVAILABLE SPACES THIS TERM - NEW TERM BEGINS NOV.4TH -


Make some time in your schedule to recharge and relax!


During these classes we carefully merge a yin and restorative yoga sequence,  ending with a nourishing savasana (relaxation).


This powerful combination of both yin and restorative yoga allows you to completely relax and surrender the body and mind. A yin yoga practice helps you to access the deeper layers of the body. The poses works on releasing constrictions in the connective tissue, ligaments, and tendons that support the joints.


It also stimulates and opens the energy meridians of the subtle body. Through this stimulation,  a more balanced flow of chi (vital life force) is created,  supporting the body’s vibrancy and physiology as well as the enhancement of mental and emotional balance & well-being.


With restorative yoga,we relax into the stretch or posture with the aid of props so we really can let go of tension and focus on our breath. This practice stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system (our rest and digest) which undoes the stress response in our bodies.