In a Yin class, we usually hold poses for 2-5 minutes at a time, and it tends to be quite a meditative practice. When we practice Yin yoga, we’re trying to access the deeper tissues of the body, and many Yin yoga poses focus on areas like the hips, sacrum, and spine. It’s important to note that Yin yoga can be quite intense physically.
Expect a rigorous, fast paced, make-you-sweat practice. This is a strong vinyasa based class with continuous movement where students flow from one pose to the next linking breath with movement.
This class is great for yoga students who have been practicing regularly for at least 6 months, are physically active, interested in the fitness benefits as well as the mindfulness aspects of yoga and are ready to go with the flow!