YIN YOGA FOR SPRING
A Yin Yoga practice to nourish the liver and gallbladder meridians and the wood element associated with Spring. In this slow, introspective practice we will be holding postures for a minimum of 2 minutes. Wear plenty of layers as the body temperature can drop when we are in a relaxed state. Suggested props: A bolster or a couple of pillows, two cushions, a blanket, two blocks or you could use thick books, and an eye pillow or scarf/flannel to cover eyes.
As we welcome the Spring Equinox we welcome a phase of new beginnings and renewal, a perfect time for planting seeds of intention. In this practice we will be stepping out of the thinking mind and tuning in to the feeling heart to find clarity around what it is that we wish to manifest. A gentle practice to release the shoulders, create space in the upper back and to open the heart centre. You will need a pillow or rectangular cushion, blocks and a blanket.
wk 1 AWAKEN
Finding a gentle emergence from our winter slumber; Moving slowly and fluidly, embodying the water element of winter to examine and explore the self. Finishing with some yin poses to target and nourish the kidney meridian. Suggested props: Bolster or pillow/cushion, two blocks and a blanket for Savasana