followed by some gentle yin poses. The first half of the class is devoted to standing poses, flowing from one pose to the next in a more dynamic style. The second half of the class is ‘yin’, a slow stilling practice where all the poses are either seated or lying down. While faster, more muscular (yang) types of yoga emphasise internal heat and the lengthening and contraction of our muscles, yin yoga targets the deeper connective tissues - the ligaments, bones and joints. So by combining both the yin and the yang into one class we have the advantage of bringing together a well rounded balanced practice into our lives.
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