Join me for this self-care practice on Sunday evenings.

October 16 to December 18, 2022 @ 8PM Online via Zoom.

What is Yin Yoga?

The Heart of the Practice is not in the structure or dogma, or even the postures themselves, it is in our experience of the practice. Yin Yoga teaches us to relax and accept ourselves just the way we are.

Providing Restorative Rest, the focus is primarily on the hips, low back and knees: foundations that will also affect the upper body. Yin Yoga works specifically with connective tissue and fascia, systems which often hold tension that can result in chronic pain and stress.

Through the practice we can experience release of these systems, providing a deeper sense of connection and peace with yourself and your world. It is gentle, deep and restorative practice.

Classes are structured as Pose, Rest, Pose, Rest. Postures are held for 3-5 minutes and are done in a lying down position. You should wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move and bring a mat, blanket, bolster (or pillows) and a strap (or scarf/necktie).

Guidelines for Yin Yoga:

  1. Breathe. Let Go. Go Slow.
  2. Less is More.
  3. Comfortably Uncomfortable.

Stephanie Allen

Stephanie Allen is a trained therapist and coach who helps clients live an inspired life aligned with love, purpose and contribution. She offers energizing and empowering sessions to improve relationships, recognize strengths and leverage your value to optimize impact, potential and results for your life and business. Contact Stephanie for corporate team building, retreats and 1:1 sessions. Call (902) 694-3098