About Morning Yin Yang
Morning Yin Yang is perfect for morning people! A gentle stretch incorporating soft breathing practice and slow body movement. A learning to embrace the beauty of being gentle to yourself.
The concept of Morning Yin Yang is following the nature of our body. In the morning, our body is getting ready for the day, most of the muscle are not “awaken”, and thus the practice must be taken slowly and gently. For the awakening of the body can be done in the more relaxing way. For the nervous system to work within the para-sympathetic nature of rest and digest. In this state, the organs and most part of the body work in the most efficient way.
Most people will feel so much more relax after following Morning Yin Yang practice. The practice consist of warm up gentle flow to induce fire element in the body which representing by the sensation of heat. And continue by the practice of relaxation into a deep ligament stretch of yin approach. The practice main target is to relax the hips and chest area, the area that stores many complicated emotions.
Practice of Morning Yin Yang can be the gate of your emotional release as well as physical relaxation. The key is to go with the flow. Try not to have any expectation and just follow the flow of the class!
Duration : 90 Minutes
Location : At Our Shala
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- Yoga Mat
- Yoga Block
- Free Flow Fresh Water
- Shower Room
- Healthy juice. Additional IDR 20.000 for a glass of fruits and veggies juices (flavors option available at registration desk)
Morning Yin Yang is perfect practice to start your weekend! This practice can give you new perspective about life. Thus, the practice is very good for beginners. During the practice, we are not only training our physical body, but also training our mind to enjoy and be in the moment, at the same time we are practicing to become more patience.
The asana (posture) that is taken in this practice are simple asanas for body stretching. Include standing posture, seated postures, balancing postures, hips stretching postures, chest opener postures and relaxation postures. All of postures are being performed in slow and gentle state. The breath is deep and slow, allowing students to observe more sensation both in physical and mental state. The deep and gentle breath also the key to calmness and peace in the mind.