Styles of Yoga I teach
A physical, fluid, dynamic style of yoga utilizing postures in a flowing motion that you move through in rhythm with the breath. Coordinating movement to bring the breath, mind and body in to union.
The continuous manner of movement gives an added cardiovascular benefit, which many of the other styles and traditions don’t offer.
I teach a similar style to my vinyasa classes but at a slightly slower pace. Doing yoga in a hot environment increases pulse rate and metabolism, making the body burn more calories.
At the same time making the body more flexible, circulation easier and increasing the flow of blood to your limbs. Making us feel invigorated.
Yin is the opposite to the ‘Yang’ styles of vinyasa and hot yoga.
Being a much more passive style, where we can take the stretch much further as the muscles are in a more relaxed state.
Yin is aimed to work deeper in to the connective tissues. Working the joints, ligaments, tendons and fascia.