Originated in ancient India, Yoga is one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophical traditions.
Yoga also means acting in such a way that all of our attention is directed toward the activity in which we are currently engaged.
The more we progress, the more we become aware of the holistic nature of our being, realizing that we are made of body, breath, mind and more.
For me, I practice yoga because yoga is the ability to direct the mind without distraction or interruption.
This series connects our body and mind through a moving meditation.
The 75 minutes classes are full body flows, but each has a specific emphasis whether it’s upper body, lower body, core and balance.
It is an exercise that energized by connecting your breath to your movement.
The main idea is when we release physically, then we can release mentally.
Physiologically, through our yoga practice, we build stability and mobility.
Yin Yoga is specifically designed to exercise the ligaments and to regain space and strength in the joints.
The class will be focus on releasing tension where we hold it the most the neck, shoulders, back body, hamstrings, and hips, it helps you let go of the things that are plaguing you.