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Yin Yoga Masterclass
With Daphne Luttger
Starting on 02 November 2019 Go to schedule
These 3 hour Yin Yoga masterclasses will give you the opportunity to explore your inner world. You'll be able to dive deep, as we stay longer in a pose, usually about 3-5 minutes.
Yin Yoga is a practice that brings together the 3 bodies: the physical, astral (feelings, emotions) and mental (thoughts). These are knit together through our meridians and chakras. Yin is also a practice of awareness and letting go. It is a physical healing practice which stimulates Chi flow through our connective tissue and stimulates mobility in our joints while relaxing our muscles. It clears the channels of the nervous system and meridians, which will have a calming effect on the body and mind. You can observe everything that takes place within you while you are in the pose with a deeper understanding of all that comes and goes (anicha, this to will pass.) without labelling or identifying with that what IS as we cultivate a practice of being in the moment. Having a direct experience with truth.
These Masterclasses are for those who already practice Yin Yoga for a while and want to deepen inner awareness. Meditation and Pranayama will also be part of the practice.
Each master class will focus on a specific area in the body and the related meridians.
- 12 October 2019: Spine (kidney & bladder meridian)
- 2 November 2019: Shoulders and arms (heart, lungs, intestines, triple burner meridian)
- 14 December 2019: Hip openers (gall bladder & liver meridian)
You can book each session individually, or all 3 at a discounted price.
You can register for this workshop by clicking ‘Book’ and paying online with iDeal, Credit Card or PayPal. Full payment is required to ensure your place. Registration is confirmed when payment is complete.
Are you entitled to a refund of the registration fee in case of cancellation? Please read article 16 ‘Cancellation of Workshop Registration’ in our General Terms and Conditions to know exactly where you stand.