Yin & Restorative

Yin & Restorative

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Yin & Restorative
  • Yin - Stretch and Unwind with Sonya | 30 minutes

    Yin is all about long, deep holds to relax and restore the joints and muscles. This practice with Sonya will offer you lots of silence and space to open up the body and find stretch and relaxation deep in your body.

  • Yin with Sonya | 45 minutes

    Part relaxation, part deep stretch, yin is a form of yoga characterized by long holds and slow movements to relax and restore the joints and muscles. This practice with Sonya will offer you lots of silence and space to open up the body. This class is accessible for all levels.

  • Restorative with Julia | 40 minutes

    Explore the notion of "active rest" with Julia in this Yin and Restorative yoga class. Yin is all about long, deep holds to relax and restore the joints and muscles. Yin is practiced in reduced heat and is suitable for beginners and experienced students.

  • Yin with Val | 40 minutes

    Yin is all about long, deep holds to relax and restore the joints and muscles. This practice with Val will offer you lots of silence and space to open up the body and find stretch and relaxation deep in your body.

  • Yin & Yoga Nidra with Jess | 30 minutes

    Getting deep into the body and a state of relaxation is the goal in this 30 minute practice. Join Jess for some opening and stretching Yin postures, then transition to a deep relaxation Nidra practice, followed by a soothing lullaby. This class is accessible for all levels

  • Yin with Mauro | 30 minutes

    Join Mauro for 30 minutes of yin. Part relaxation, part deep stretch, yin is a form of yoga characterized by long holds and slow movements to relax and restore the joints and muscles. Yin can be practiced in reduced heat and is suitable for beginners and experienced students.

  • Yin with Amanda | 30 minutes

  • Yin with Christa | 45 minutes

    Christa guides you through a deep stretch yin practice to total body relaxation in 45 minutes. Yin is all about long, deep holds to relax and restore the joints and muscles. Yin can be practiced in reduced heat and is suitable for beginners and experienced students.