Yin yoga is a slow-paced style in which asanas (poses) are held for five to ten minutes. Even though it is passive, yin yoga can be quite mentally challenging as we stay for a while in each asana. The purpose is to apply moderate stress to the connective tissue - the tendons, fascia and ligaments - to increase joint mobility and improve flexibility.
Traditionally yin yoga has been developed for the lower body - i.e., opening of the hips. However, I also lead Yin classes that focus on the mobility of the wrist and shoulder joints.
Yin yoga allows you to really challenge your mind and go deep into stillness with your body.
Yin yoga is suitable for complete yogi beginners and advanced practitioners.
Hatha Vinyasa Flow
Hatha yoga is the oldest system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (yoga breathing exercises). Combined they bring peace to the mind, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
Vnyasa means movement synchronized with breath and is a vigorous style based on a rapid flow through sun salutations.
customize the Hatha Vinyasa practice to each client in a private setting. Whether it is shoulder mobility or lack of openness in the hip joints - I will lead a class that will complement your body.
Hatha Vinyasa is suitable for complete yogi beginners and advanced practitioners.