3 Part Practice

This practice has three distinct parts. The first is how I choose to wake up every morning, a short sequence to ignite awareness while warming and preparing the low back. What follows are Sun Salutes, guided and then some time to move yourself. The final part has a Yin undercurrent; remaining with discomfort while it transforms into flexibility. Physically and mentally the three phases are polar opposites, all equally necessary, challenging and comforting in their own way.

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The Power of Yin

For most of us Yin yoga is an anecdote to the busy and fractured lanes we live in. You'll traverse through discomfort in the hips, hamstrings, upper back and chest but you'll end up in a different place to where you began. It just may not be where you expected.

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The art of disruption

YIN

It is very possible to have disruption and steadiness exist side by side. This Yin practice is about that contrast.

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Deep not Wide

YIN

The edge of discomfort is a place you’d really rather leave but have the ability to stay. It’s essential to visit this place to cultivate change. This Yin practice takes you to less places but drops you in deeply. It’s about finding steadiness at the edge.

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