This is a repeating eventoctober 31, 2022 11:00 am
Body: Yin is often called “Yoga for the rest of you”, meaning the connective tissues, ligaments, joints and bones. It is slower-paced and more meditative than most types of Yoga
Body: Yin is often called “Yoga for the rest of you”, meaning the connective tissues, ligaments, joints and bones. It is slower-paced and more meditative than most types of Yoga and exercise. Yin is made up of effective Yoga poses that we get into with less depth but hold for longer times. We can use props to make sure our poses are a balance of the challenge for longer holds, and deep release for the rest of the body. The result is nourishing, lubricating and hydrating joints, removing blockages to stuck energy, balancing emotions, and enhancing mental focus. Yin promotes circulation, flexibility and breath awareness. Yin yoga’s holds are often called “delicious” as the pauses are released. We call it an hour at the spa for the connective tissues and fascia.
What have you got you lose, except discomfort in body, mind and spirit?
Mind: What could be better than a Monday Morning reset in Yin Yoga class? Yin followed by an intentional Savasana of iRest Yoga Nidra; 20 minutes of guided meditation that is deep peace and stillness while you’re thinking mind relaxes and your body marinates in a healing state between sleep and wakefulness. This hour interval can set you up with comfort, energy and focus to bring to the rest of your day.
Take true restorative time for yourself and join Natalie Vernon at the Hawthorn Tree for iRest Yoga Nidra. Both practices are ancient, yet modern modalities that help your body relax to a deeper level where healing and equanimity can happen.
Cost is $18 per person or bring a friend for a total of $30 ($15 each). Pre-registration is highly encouraged as space is limited.
(Monday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Hawthorn Tree
112 E 17th Street