15

May

Yin and Restorative Class

  • Zoom
  • May 15, 2021 5:00 pm - May 15, 2021 5:00 pm
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About Yin and Restorative Class

Book now via this link https://bookwhen.com/karunazenyoga

Happy to answer any questions or concerns, contact us via email karunazeninfo@gmail.com or 07306094111

You can pay for your class via this link https://settleup.starlingbank.com/patriciayetton

We'll use Zoom, please make sure you have downloaded the app prior to starting the class. Here are the login details to join the meeting:

Meeting ID: 722 683 2037

Yin Yoga poses offering you a deeper stretch. Yin yoga is a practice that focuses on stretching your connective tissues (particularly the fascia) in order to strengthen and lengthen them. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes each and work with the energy meridians in your body as well as cultivating active stretch in your connective tissues to increase strength and flexibility, improve joint mobility, improve posture, and release trauma in the body.

We suggest you to have blankets, large towel and cushions around you to make yourself comfortable during the Restorative part of the session. These props help you hold passive poses for longer without tiring out your muscles. It also allows you to feel comfortable and supported.

And, since you’re encouraged to relax fully in the pose while focusing on your breath, restorative yoga allows you to release tension in your muscles for longer periods without discomfort.

What are the benefits?
The benefits of restorative yoga are similar to many of the benefits you may experience with other forms of yoga, however a Restorative yoga practice helps you to shift the balance from your fight-or-flight response (sympathetic nervous system) to your relaxation response, or the parasympathetic nervous system.
It also enhances your mood. It may reduce depressive symptoms.

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15

May

Yin and Restorative Class

  • Zoom
  • May 15, 2021 5:00 pm - May 15, 2021 5:00 pm
FB_IMG_1620411789208.jpg

About Yin and Restorative Class

Book now via this link https://bookwhen.com/karunazenyoga

Happy to answer any questions or concerns, contact us via email karunazeninfo@gmail.com or 07306094111

You can pay for your class via this link https://settleup.starlingbank.com/patriciayetton

We'll use Zoom, please make sure you have downloaded the app prior to starting the class. Here are the login details to join the meeting:

Meeting ID: 722 683 2037

Yin Yoga poses offering you a deeper stretch. Yin yoga is a practice that focuses on stretching your connective tissues (particularly the fascia) in order to strengthen and lengthen them. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes each and work with the energy meridians in your body as well as cultivating active stretch in your connective tissues to increase strength and flexibility, improve joint mobility, improve posture, and release trauma in the body.

We suggest you to have blankets, large towel and cushions around you to make yourself comfortable during the Restorative part of the session. These props help you hold passive poses for longer without tiring out your muscles. It also allows you to feel comfortable and supported.

And, since you’re encouraged to relax fully in the pose while focusing on your breath, restorative yoga allows you to release tension in your muscles for longer periods without discomfort.

What are the benefits?
The benefits of restorative yoga are similar to many of the benefits you may experience with other forms of yoga, however a Restorative yoga practice helps you to shift the balance from your fight-or-flight response (sympathetic nervous system) to your relaxation response, or the parasympathetic nervous system.
It also enhances your mood. It may reduce depressive symptoms.

Contact Paty

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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