Yin for the Lungs, Heart, and Intestines
When the heart chi is healthy we feel warm, nourished, and nourishing. When the lung-intestine chi is balanced we are confident, have courage and reverence. When these pairs are out of balance you may feel stagnant, a feeling of loss/grief, cloudy, and a sense of joylessness.
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Yin for the Spleen and Stomach
The spleen and stomach organ meridian pair directly relate to feeling at home inside ourselves, clear thinking, and our cycles in life are in a state of balance and harmony. When out of balance you may feel anxiety, off centered, inflexible, or unable to sleep.
Yin to Decompress Body & Mind
Long day? Allow yourself to decompress and release tension out of your body and mind in this deep, still practice. Postures chosen are to prepare you for a much needed nurturing night of relaxation. Take care of yourself with this complete balanced yin yoga class.
Yin to Balance Heart and Head
Is your heart heavy and head congested? This class will target getting energetic movement to move up the spine to help create clarity in the mind. Gentle chest and back openers are offered to open the lungs and heart space. Be easeful and peaceful in this class so that it may be useful.