Explore Different Types of Yoga
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced, therapeutic style of yoga. Yin postures are more passive postures, mainly done on the floor either seated or lying down. There are no sun salutations, no planks, no warriors, no jump throughs! There is in fact no dynamic movement and usually no standing poses at all. Yin Yoga is unique in that you are asked to relax into the posture, allowing the body to soften and release naturally without pushing or straining. It is not uncommon for postures to be held for three to five minutes, even 10 minutes at a time. The time spent in these postures is much like time spent in meditation, as the mind shifts from yang to yin, or from active to passive.
The key to practicing Yin Yoga is finding stillness in each position. The goal is to access the deeper tissues of the body, such as connective tissue and fascia, and many of the postures focus on areas that encompass a joint such as the hips, sacrum, and the spine.
The keyword in restorative yoga is relax. Restorative yoga practice is a supported practice where a student should expect to surrender the body and the mind. A relaxed body is followed by a relaxed mind. A typical restorative practice features support tools such as blocks, straps, blankets and pillows that, combined with stillness and steady, rhythmic breaths, lead to total relaxation. This style offers a gentle pathway to deeper alignment, symmetry, and flexibility. Students are not at all managing the poses, but are able to gently alleviate where tension lies in the body. At the end of a practice, students discover that they had practiced poses they did not think were possible for their bodies!
Body Language aims to initiate spiritual breakthrough and body, mind, and breath equilibrium using the body as the vehicle. In this class, we surrender to the power of the breath to strengthen our minds to break free from mental distractions and to strengthen our bodies to move beyond perceived physical incapabilities. ‘The right to feel’ is the remedy, the prescription, and the pathway to deeper connection with One’s Self.
It’s all in the name! Sunday Reset is a time for you to check in with yourself and reset your intentions for the week ahead. You can look forward to an atmosphere filled with yummy smells and relaxing music. The asana practice is a slow flow including grounding practices utilizing props and your breath.
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