YIN YOGA MASTERCLASS

A monthly masterclass on a specific body part

✓ Learn a little anatomy & physiology 
✓ Target a specific area
✓ Gain flexibility
✓ Learn key exercises to practice at home

Yin Yoga Masterclass

Once each month I teach a Yin Yoga Masterclass on a specific body part or theme. This month, March 2023, we will focus on the Hip joints. For many of us, the hips are chronically locked up and contributing to knee and back pain.

Top Benefits of this Masterclass

  • Sit and squat with more freedom, less pain
  • Protect your knees and back by getting your hips strong and limber
  • Take control over dysfunctional movement patterns
  • Demystify the complexities of your hip joint

Here’s What You’ll Learn

  • The single best hip warmup ever (do this every morning)
  • The 2 flexibility poses that are crucial for squats and seated positions
  • A simple daily routine to implement at home

What is Yin Yoga?

Yin yoga is a slow-paced and meditative style of yoga that focuses on stretching and stimulating the deeper connective tissues of the body such as the fascia, ligaments, and tendons. The focus is on finding stillness and relaxation in the pose. Unlike other styles of yoga that focus on building strength, yin yoga places emphasis on relaxation and stillness. The poses in yin yoga are held for several minutes at a time, allowing the body to slowly sink into the stretch and release tension. This can help to increase flexibility, improve circulation, and stimulate the flow of energy (prana) in the body.

In addition to physical benefits, yin yoga also offers many mental and emotional benefits. The slow and mindful practice of yin yoga can help to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and cultivate a sense of inner peace and calm.

Improved flexibility

By holding the poses for an extended period,
the muscles can relax and the connective tissues can stretch,
increasing flexibility in the joints.

Improved range of motion

By stretching the connective tissues
and increasing circulation, Yin Yoga can help improve range of
motion and reduce the risk of injury.

Better Quality sleep

The deep relaxation achieved in Yin Yoga can
improve sleep patterns and reduce insomnia.

Reduced stress and anxiety

 The slow, controlled movements and
deep breathing can help to calm the mind and reduce stress
levels.

Improved circulation

Holding the poses for an extended period
can increase circulation, especially in the joints, providing them
with fresh oxygen and nutrients

Who is Yin Yoga For?

Yin Yoga is for anyone looking to:

  • Deepen their yoga practice
  • Increase flexibility
  • Improve relaxation
  • Improve overall physical and mental well-being.

 

Yin Yoga can be especially beneficial for people who lead sedentary or high-stress lifestyles, as it helps to counteract the effects of prolonged sitting or stress by stretching the connective tissues and increasing circulation in the joints. Yin Yoga is also a great option for athletes who are looking to balance their high-intensity workouts with a more restorative and relaxing practice.

Additionally, older adults, people with injuries or limited mobility, and anyone seeking a more meditative or introspective yoga practice may also find benefits from practicing Yin Yoga.

Yin yoga is based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang, opposite and complementary principles in nature. Most people in the western world live a predominantly yang lifestyle of action, movement, doing, planning and business. Yin provides us with an opportunity to create balance by slowing down, becoming soft and drawing our awareness inwards.

What to bring to a Yin Yoga class?

Really all you need is your lovely self! I provide all you need, however, you may like to bring your own yoga mat and a blanket for relaxation. Wear warm, comfortable clothing as the pace is gentle. Personally, I like big fluffy socks, soft jumpers, and my favorite essential oils.
There is a cafe located in Felda so perhaps bring enough to treat yourself to a coffee and bun!

Yin Yoga Masterclass

Yin yoga is a slow-paced and meditative style of yoga that focuses on stretching and stimulating the deeper connective tissues of the body
such as the fascia, ligaments, and tendons. The focus is on finding stillness and relaxation in the pose.

What to bring to a Yin Yoga class?
Really all you need is your lovely self! I provide all you need, however, you may like to bring your own yoga mat and a blanket for relaxation.
Wear warm, comfortable clothing as the pace is gentle. Personally, I like big fluffy socks, soft jumpers and my favorite essential oils.
There is a cafe located in Felda so perhaps bring enough to treat yourself to a coffee and bun!

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