Saturday June 5th
A yin practice is suitable for beginners & more experienced practitioners. Yin poses apply moderate stress to the connective issues of the body with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints & improving flexibility. Alongside this, yin emphasises being mindful of every breath & the sensations in the body while in a pose. This creates a restful, nourishing & informative practice.
In Chinese Medicine Autumn is the season to nourish our Lung Chi. The lungs include the organ of the skin and are paired with the large intestine, (the colon). This energy is all about taking in what we need and letting go of what we don’t..
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To practice yoga is to become equally porous to the bitter and the sweet in life.