A fusion of Yin and Yang postures to offer opposing movements that counter-balance one another. Yin refers to passive postures held for longer durations. While yin is practiced from a passive position using organic energy, the yang part of this practice uses muscular energy and engagement and often involves postures such as plank and downward dog, etc. This is a practice truly intended to teach the concept of letting go and releasing.
Yin Style Stretch
A sequence of stretches intended to reach areas of tightness generally associated with runners and athletes of all types. Also beneficial and recommended for anyone looking to increase flexibility, and joint mobility. This class is particularly good for back, shoulders, and knee issues. Yin yoga is generally practiced from a prone or supine position.