YIN YANG YOGA
200 HRS CERTIFIED YOGA TEACHER
Being attracted to spirituality and the esoteric side of life since I was a young girl has automatically guided me to the path of yoga around 10 years ago.
In the past few years I have taken my love and passion for a holistic approach to life deeper, and on this transformational journey I discovered Yoga to be a perfect tool to unite the polarities within and to come home within the self.
In 2017 I have followed a full Yin Yang yoga teacher training from "Rise and shine yoga" by Kata van Doesselaar and ever since I have been teaching at least 3 classes a week be it either a more meditative YIN practice, a VINYASA class or best of both worlds: a balancing YIN YANG class.
Teaching and practicing yoga has become a very rewarding factor in my life.
"Unity is strenght. Where there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved"
YIN YANG CLASS
Working trough the body is a wonderful way to encounter alignment with your core essence and to come home within the self. I always start my classes in a gentle way, focussing on some breathing, stretching and body awareness than gradually we build up through some sun salutations to a more active yang sequence. The yang sequence is focussed on dynamic postures and is a great way to build up some more perseverance and muscle strenght. After this dynamic part, we will flow into a more meditative part of the practice, wich is focussed on the yin and more soft, receiving feminine aspect. Deep stretching through breathing and surrendering to a pose for a few minutes makes us release built up tissue tension and mental resistance. The more we let go, the more we receive. After this, we close our practice completely relaxed with a deep and restorative savasana.
Idealy a yin yang class lasts 60 up to 90 mintues.
A yin practice is focussed on complete relaxation and releasing resistance. I usually tend to teach a very slow yin, that is focussed on reaching a meditative state by having full on body awareness and therefore even leans a little bit towards a restorative class as well. The best moment to teach a yin class is when the muscles of the body are still cold so we can start working on deep tissue tension release. Yin practices can be very challenging as it confronts you with yourself and your resistance to life. However, as our lives can sometimes be hectic, stressful and overwhelming at times I love to bring deep relaxation through postures and breathing to the people who come to my class and and guide them into a blissed out state, tuned into their own frequency and bodies.
A typical yang class is in essence more of a Vinyasa class. We start again with gentle breathing and stretches and gradually built up to a peak pose sequence. You will feel empowered, strong and grounded after a yang class.
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* All teachings are in English.
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