While our vinyasa yoga engages our muscles and encourages this faster pace, it is yin yoga that requires us to slow down, turn inwards and quiet our mind. This quiet mind allows us to remain longer in seated postures as the postures target our bones, joints, tendons, organs and myofacial tissues. The multiple energy meridians (highways) in our bodies begin to clear and open again, allowing prana or chi (energy) to travel more freely throughout our body, leaving us with a greater sense of peace and well-being to live our lives more fully and consciously.



Saturday, Dec. 2 / 1:30 – 3:30 PM





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