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September 26, 2021
Mindfulness & Yin/Yang Yoga Workshop:
10:00 - 13:30 BErlin Time
September 26, 2021
Mindfulness & Yin/YanG Yoga Workshop:
In this workshop, we will turn towards ourselves with open hearts and care for ourselves just as we are promoting connection and balance. Through grounding in our Hara (our center) in the yang class, we will explore and strengthen our balance. In the Yin class, we focus on balancing our energetic body through long held postures and inner attention. The meditation and pranayama practice are vital tools to help clear and center the mind.
It continues to be important that we keep coming back to our practice to cultivate more awareness, compassion, and gentleness. There is much healing in pausing, softening, and connecting. By gently tuning into our bodies through yoga and meditation, these practices offer us more energy and space to fully meet the joys and sorrows of life. They bring more vividness and ease into our physical, emotional, and mental lives. They deepen our resilience for a more awake lifestyle and help remind us to be gentler with ourselves and each other.
10:00-10:20 Meditation & Pranayama
10:20-11:30 Yang Yoga: Grounding & Balancing
11:50-12:10 Tea Break
12:10-13:30 Yin Yoga: Softening & Balancing
Online via Zoom
Maximum of 15 people so that I can easily see everyone.
This workshop is here to help build community and connection.
More Workshops Coming:
Oct. 24, 2021
Yin & Yang Yoga: Body, Heart, Mind Connection
Yin Yoga: Turning Inwards
What is Yin Yoga:
Yin yoga is a still, slow form of yoga. Postures are done sitting or lying and are held for 2 to 5 minutes long. It is the vital balance needed to an active, dynamic, and muscular yoga practice or lifestyle. Yin targets the fascia (connective tissue) and meridians, creating more ease throughout the body, especially in your joints. It is extremely helpful for relieving back pain and loss of flexibility. Yin yoga helps us to achieve and maintain our own personal range of motion. By activating the meridians and the parasympathetic nervous system, it calms our body and minds. It relieves stress and tension in the physical body. It opens us up to the depth of our emotional body, providing us with time and space to hold and digest our emotions. Through yin's natural meditative qualities, it helps still the mind allowing for more clarity of thought and insight.
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Erinbell has been passionately teaching Yoga and Meditation since 2007.
500 hours teacher
Insight Yoga Institute Endorsed Teacher and Mentor.
500 hour advanced studies diploma
Mentorship with Sarah Powers
Yin/Yang teacher trainings
300 hour advanced studies diploma
Yin Yoga and Anotomy
Chakras and Meridians
200 hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
Mindsight Seminar with Daniel Siegel
Neural science and mindfulness
Internal Family System Year long online course
3 10 day Silent Vipassana Retreats
Masters in Theatre
University College Cork, Ireland
Bachelors of Fine Arts
York University, Toroto, Canada