What is Yin Yoga?
Yin is slow and passive. It is steady and reflective. It is the energy with which we approach our Yin Yoga practice. Our aim is to target the deeper more yin tissues within the body, the connective tissues, ligaments, tendons and joints. We do this through long, still holds of varying asanas that target different parts of the physical and energetic body. The body and mind are challenged in a multitude of ways helping us to not only reap the physiological and anatomical benefits but also to cultivate more mindfulness and mental health benefits both on and off the mat.

Over the course of this 4 part series, we will work to expand your understanding of all things Yin Yoga to either discover this transformational practice for the first time or deepen your preexisting personal practice.

This is for practitioners, facilitators, teachers, the curious, and everyone in between.

Part 1 - Principles of Yin Yoga
We'll break down the principles and concepts that act as the pillars of this yoga practice. By understanding the ways in which you can approach your practice, you may notice that you can better navigate your experience both on and off the mat.

Part 2 - Power of Propping
There's a mindful art to using props to support your practice. We'll explore what props are, how to use them, and how to make them your hidden superpower in any asana (yoga shape/form).

Part 3 - Yin & Life
I think the most powerful and transformational part of yin yoga is when it starts to show up off the mat and in your daily life. Here we'll dive into all the ways the principles, concepts, and mindfulness of this practice can be used as tools of self-inquiry and growth.

Part 4 - Silent Class
The moment we've all been waiting for. A silent class brings all of these components together and allows you the space to truly steep in your own practice, body, and mind.
*To attend this class you must have gone to at least 2 of the other sessions or have an extended personal practice.

$195 for all 4 classes
$55 for individual classes

Bookings are essential as space is limited.
Please reach out to Amanda Hanna at theselfagencyadvocate@gmail.com for all questions and bookings.


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