YIN YOGA SUNDAYS 900am $15 per session
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@ 7 Main street OSBORNE PARK. plenty of exclusive free parking at Front & rear of studio via Axinite lane
WHAT IS YIN YOGA?
Yin yoga is restorative in nature, but can be quite challenging as it focuses on deep stretching and postures can be held anywhere from 1-10 minutes with slower movements in between. Done primarily from the floor, the muscles need to be relaxed to target the deep connective tissue of the body for them to receive proper stress. Yin works to promote flexibility in areas perceived as non-malleable especially hips, pelvis and lower spine. It is a simple, quiet meditative practice, which allows the cultivation of mindfulness, inward focus and surrender. SUNDAYS 9:00am
SO WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM YIN STYLE YOGA?
The beauty of yin yoga is almost suitable for all types of people. From beginners to athletes and to advanced yogis. This practice is slower, therefore beginners can grasp the pose and really learn how to length and stretch the muscle tissue, unlike some faster/power type yoga that beginners become lost very quickly and never return back to practicing yoga. Yin will help you understand your body awareness and realise the importance of a flexible, mobile and relaxed body.
For example: Footballers and weight lifters will realise the importance of lengthening sessions so there performance can be increased in their other training and increasing there capacity to perform at their peak.
A recent interview on the radio MATTHEW PAVLICH ( Fremantle Dockers Captain) was asked on how he is combating not getting injured as he gets older and still out performing the younger AFL players? He responded in explaining that he has increased his Yoga practice above and beyond to what his normal club training includes. He described yoga and stretching becoming a massive part of longevity of his career. He went on to say that he has at least two extra private sessions of yoga on top of his training regime with the club, not only for his body maintenance but also for his mindfulness. The ability of making decisions and keeping his mind calm in pressure situations in AFL.