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Yoga Styles

 
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not where you think you should be.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga strengthens connective tissue and joints. A Yin yoga practice gently exercises the joints and surrounding connective tissues, through the practice of holding postures for a longer time.

Yin yoga poses primarily target the Hips, Lower Back, and Pelvic areas, which become less mobile as we age. The gentle stretches of Yin yoga help loosen fascia to bring more mobility and suppleness around the muscles and ligaments.

The long hold time not only allows deep connective tissue (fascia, ligaments, tendons) to be stressed and stretched to build deep inner strength but also promotes the therapeutic clearing of injuries, traumas, and repetitive movement patterns.

Stimulates the production of Hyaluronic Acid . . . a jelly like substance that binds and lubricates joints and muscles. As we age the production of hyaluronic acid decreases.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Vinyasa Flow Yoga is moving from one pose directly into the next. There's a flow to a vinyasa yoga session. The transition co-ordinates with your breathing, it's done specifically as you inhale and exhale, the breath moving the body.

Vinyasa yoga promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety, builds strength, endurance and muscle tone. Improves stability and balance promoting improved posture and alignment. Increases range of movement within the joints, improves focus and concentration. The pace of a vinyasa class can be adapted to individuals level of fitness and ability, cultivating a sense of calmness and well-being.

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