YIN and YANG exist in endless forms around us: day and night, hot and cold, fire and water, woman and man. While they seem like contradictions, these opposites actually bring a complementary balance to our lives.
In yoga, our practices can be more YANG (strong and active) or YIN (fluid and still). Most are a combination of each.
But many students appreciate a YIN-focused class because in our non-stop, busy society, we crave the mind-and-muscle tension release that YIN movement allows.
Please join us for a grounding, quiet practice done close to the earth.
Pre-registration not required, but it’s helpful to know if you plan to attend.
Please contact [masked] with questions or for more information.
Jeanne of Yoga Spring (https://yogaspringasana.com) will be leading us in this breath-centered Yin class, which incorporates more relaxing floor postures. Yin is a great way to take some rest with your yoga at the end of the month. (Please be aware that we have many students who aren't on Meetup, so if the class size seems small here, that's generally the reason. Classes are attended by 4 - 10 students, on average. Thank you.)
We would love to see you there.
About Jeanne and Yoga Spring:
Yoga Spring's teaching format has evolved to one that encourages students to choose from a variety of specific-focus sessions, workshops, series, and events. You can select or request offerings that most directly speak to your heart, interest, needs, and budget.
No matter what the focus or experience level, options are offered throughout the instruction that can modify a pose so you can choose the adaptation that best meets the needs of your age, body, mood, and energy level on that day.
For private sessions, Jeanne encourages student reflection and participation. She will discuss and outline the poses with the student, that will enrich the student's physical wellness and promote a quiet mind.
Yoga Spring provides a quiet, peaceful setting where yogis can nurture their bodies, open their hearts, and quiet their minds. Continuous breath-and-body awareness is practiced, and postures are approached with compassion and acceptance, rather than judgement.
Jeanne encourages each of us to come enjoy a session soon, and experience the benefits of Yoga for ourselves!