Workshop Saturday 30th of May 2020 10am - 5pm
In this workshop we will have a full day of exploration of Yin and Yang practices to stretch the miofascial tissues of the pelvis, the spine and bringing a special focus, and taking time, for analysis of the upper body function. We aim to develop a basic understanding of Functional Anatomy of the spine and upper body. If you are a teacher you will learn how to focus to start teaching from a functional approach. It will also be helpful and instructive for your practice at any level of experience in Hatha Yoga, Dynamic Vinyasa flow, Iyengar, or any other style of yoga or sports that you are currently practicing.
Yin yoga promotes mindfulness and deep healing, targeting mainly the connective tissues of the hips, thighs, pelvis and spine. In simple terms yin yoga, as taught by my teacher Paul Grilley, involves postures that are held for 3 or more minutes, without muscular tension, whilst encouraging adaptations to suit your uniquely shaped skeleton. In Yang Yoga we targets the muscles, balancing and strengthening specially the muscles of the upper body.