Yin

slow & deep

A passive practice, aimed at stretching the deeper laying connective tissues, mostly in seated and supine postures, generally held for 3 to 5 minutes. This concentration on stillness of body and mind can lead to a deep relaxation and a calm and clear awareness. Yin is practiced at a pleasant room temperature. (28 degree Celsius).

  • Prepare your body. We highly recommend taking electrolytes with or without water before class. Great sources of electrolytes include coconut water or electrolyte supplements such as Motive Pure and Superieur.
  • If you’re new, try to arrive at least 20 minutes early for your first class. Waitlist spots are given away 10 minutes before class begins.
  • Wear something you feel comfortable sweating in: Jogbra/tank and shorts/leggings for women, running style shorts for men.
  • If you have an injury, please talk to the instructor prior to class so that they can give you proper modifications.
  • Do your best to be a good listener. The instructor does not demonstrate the postures so paying attention is the key to a great class.
  • Expect to sweat a lot. Our studios are heated in order to warm up your body and stretch safely.
  • Listen to your body. It’s normal to need to take breaks. If you have to leave the room, quietly let the teacher know.
  • There is a 2 minute guided meditation built in to the end of class, known as the final savasana. This is when your body begins to absorb the benefits from class.
  • Rehydrate after class with water and additional natural or supplemental electrolytes. Eat a balanced snack or meal within 90 minutes of class.
  • Bring a glass or bottle of water with you to bed, as your body continues to dehydrate as you sleep. Start your day with at least 8 ounces of water.

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