Yin YogaTuesdays 15:30 – 17:00 – Taught in English
Yin yoga is a passive meditative style of yoga. Using asana in a more open and relaxed way. By holding the asana for longer periods of time (up to several minutes) we target the connective tissues of the body improving the health of the joints, recharge and harmonise the meridian system improving flow of chi or prana (life force energy) and practice introspection of the mind by exploring realms of consciousness together. This Yin Yoga class takes practitioners on a journey towards relaxation and away from the extreme Yang modern culture we live in today to a more softer quiet Yin side of life. The Yin approach prepares the practitioner for meditation as one of the central intention of the yin practice is the cultivation of inner stillness.
Fee : 8€
Lübbener Str. 9
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Bhashini has lived for many seasons in ‘Anand Prakash Ashram’ in India studying, teaching and selflessly serving under the guidance of her Guru ‘Yogirishi Vishvaketu’ a renowned Yoga Master from the Himalayas. After a unquenchable thirst to know and understand herself deeply arised this lead her to studying deeper in to eastern philosophy, training courses in yoga and bodywork therapies and taking parts in intensive silent retreats. She has completed my 500HR yoga teacher training in Akhanda Yoga and completed a Yin Yoga TTC. Bhashini shares an authentic approach to yoga, drawing on all aspects of the vast yogic tradition. To stay open to all levels of practitioners she offers variations and modifications, verbal and hands on assists. Creating a sacred space that students feel safe and supported to explore their body. Facilitating an inner journey helping to raise a deeper awareness in their mental, emotional and energetic bodies. Bhashini’s teaching style is nurturing and poetic, and naturally playful sometimes.
“I think it is very important in our culture now a days to learn how to hold space for ourselves to really be able to listen and to process our experiences and our internal processes. We should take the time atleast once a day to come back to our true nature that is peaceful, blissful and fearless”
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