YIN Yoga sessions

Ayush spa, Hotel de France

Jersey CI

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Delicious meditative YIN YOGA SESSIONS! 


In YIN Yoga you go on a journey through the landscapes of your inner map, going beyond muscles and bones to the layer of the subtle body.

I offer YIN YOGA SESSIONS monthly at The Ayush Spa, Hotel de France


Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with asanas (postures) that are held for longer periods of time. 
You come into the pose, remain still and hold the pose for time. Free your fascia and release deep tension in the whole body from your feet to your calves, hamstrings, hips, shoulders, back and neck.

Yin Yoga is profoundly healing and nourishing - it works on the physical, energetic and emotional layers of the body. When we become more aware of what habitual tensions and holding is going on within, we then have the power to let it go, transforming tightness into spaciousness.
It is so important to SLOW DOWN and this blissful practise balances our dynamic and fast paced lifestyles.

The essence of Yin is yielding - The sessions will be slow, meditative and aim to cultivate an awareness of inner silence. This is what you need if you are burning the candle at both ends! As a balance if you are usually practising a more ‘yang-style’ of Yoga. Or just need a little you time...

Expect some story telling!

winter months:

All my winter workshops are in candlelight. Please note in YIN you will not generate heat internally, please have extra layers of clothes and socks. I also highly recommend bringing a wrap or small blanket (something cosy) for Savasana, final relaxation.

PRICE: £15.00

Sessions usually book out quickly so please book & reserve your space early. 
I can only accept 10 people at The Ayush Spa due to space, so booking is limited.
YIN sessions timings are 6.15-7.30pm
Non refundable, although with notice (at least 24 hours), I will do my best to fill your space and then transfer you to another date..

'We don't use our body to get into a pose,
we use the pose to get into the body.’