Yin Yoga is a meditative practice with primarily floor based or seated poses that are held for 3-7 minutes. Instead of activating the muscles, release ad relax into each pose and stretch the fascia or connective tissue around the ligaments and joints. We are stretching into these areas so when we do work into them we can do so with strength. Internally, we bring our awareness to our breath cycle. Most of the poses target the dense connective tissues of the body - often in the hips, pelvis and lower back. This practice is perfect for anyone looking for a more meditative and relaxing class.
This practice increases flexibility; endurance and strength by linking each asana with breathe movement. This style of yoga is sometimes called a “flow” because the movements are linked smoothly together almost like a dance with the breath as an anchor. This is a stronger practice for those looking for a physical challenge.
This is an alignment based yoga practice with focus on intelligent sequencing and building awareness as we move from one pose to the next. This is a slower practice but one that helps build both strength and awareness
SUPY (sup yoga)
SUPY is the unification of passion: yoga meets water. This is a playful practice, one where we push ourselves out of our comfort zones and get back to the basics of our practice. Balance play in eminent, inversions are exhilarating