24th May Sunday Online Yin Yoga Class 11:00am – 12:30pm
24th may sunday Online YIN Yoga Class 11:00Am – 12:30pm
Welcome to Yogasmiths OnLine Yoga class!
Upon purchase you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting ID for you to use to access our online yin yoga class Sunday 24th May. Please make a note of this meeting ID. You will also be sent an email containing the meeting ID but please ensure to make a note upon purchase.
Here is a link to Zoom https://zoom.us/
We teach a 90 minute Yin Yoga class including posture work, breathing exercises and finishing with a lovely guided relaxation. The mat based Yin yoga practice is where we hold poses for a longer period of time. We will explore a range of Yin yoga poses and the Yin mental approach to waiting quietly. As we hold the poses, finding a calmness and comfort. Deepening stretches to work into fascia.
By purchasing this class you confirm that you have read and agree to our disclaimer which you can find below;
Yogasmiths are British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance trained teachers, fully insured through the British Wheel of Yoga.
We teach a staged approach to the yin yoga postures to ensure the classes are inclusive for all abilities.
These classes are pay as you go for £6 per 90 minute online yoga class.
Please see our website Student resources or information and advice about attending a yoga class for the first time. There are also biog’s for both teachers on the website.
We look forward to guiding you through your yoga practice at our 24th May Sunday online yin yoga class at 11:00am
From the British Wheel of Yoga Website;
“At its simplest, yoga is an efficient, safe and controlled method of exercise, increasing flexibility and building strength and stamina. As well as toning muscles and extending the range of movement in the joints, the postures also benefit the body internally; stimulating organs, glands and nerves as well, keeping all systems in radiant health.
Yoga can also lower stress by developing relaxation and breathing techniques. As physical well-being and bodily awareness improve, students develop deeper breathing and an ability to relax more easily. Many also experience an increase in energy levels, greater mental clarity and a general feeling of calmness and control.
Yoga isn’t easy. It is tough discipline but rewarding! And the benefits of yoga aren’t instantaneous but the result of continued practice. Yoga gives us the space to take the awareness inwards bringing the body, mind and spirit into harmony.”
Paul & Steve Yogasmiths x