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"Yoga is the practice of quieting the mind"


Most forms of yoga focus on building strength and increasing flexibility, whereas Yin centres on stretching deeper connective tissues such as ligaments, tendons and deep fascia.  The muscles need to be relaxed in a Yin practice to allow the body to move closer to the bone and the connective tissue.
Yin is a passive, cooling and calm yoga practice. ​You learn to find your edge and be still.  Some poses are held for 3 - 5 minutes at a time, to work into the deeper layers of the body. ​ It serves as the perfect antidote to often busy and stress-filled life. 

Benefits you can expect from Yin Yoga:

* Stress relief

* Deeper sleep

* Emotional healing

* Increased mobility

* Stillness of the mind

* Improved joint health

* Better organ function


Yin Yoga really complements my work with women in midlife, particularly as they transition through menopause.  But don't just take my word for it - visit my TESTIMONIALS page to read what my class members think!


Currently all Yin Yoga courses are taking place online and you do not need any fancy equipment to take part.

If you have never tried Yin Yoga before and would like to try a class before committing to a full course please contact me and I will let you into an online session for FREE

I look forward to welcoming you to the mat.