Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a must in a society where yinthe present moment is reduced to a race to the next moment…

Yin is a slow, introspective form of yoga. I am lucky to have trained in person with Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers, who both have added so much depth to my yin teachings…

The muscles are passive wherever possible, so that the deeper tissues in our body, such as tendons, ligaments and bones can be addressed. These ‘yin’ tissues contain less fluid and tend to dry up as we age.

Yin yoga helps to lubricate our tissues, which keeps us flexible and pain-free!

The bodily sensations that can be experienced in these poses become a tool for growth and transformation as they invite us to become more mindful. We learn to be at ease with less pleasant sensations and situations, because we experience first-hand that everything is changing.

We become more patient, and more aware in the present moment.