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Turning Inwards for a New Perspective

Turning Inwards for a New Perspective

Is it time to transition from a schedule-free period to a set daily routine? As we adjust, turning inwards becomes essential to uncover what needs to be seen and noticed. Join me for this 75-minute recorded Yin yoga class as we practice meditative Yin to gain insight, digest our experiences, and embark on a new course with renewed energy.


During this class, we'll focus on Yin poses that release tension in the upper and lower back, shoulders, hips, legs, ankles, toes, fingers, and wrists. The session emphasizes self-care and turning inward, allowing you to reconnect with your authentic self. Stimulating the spine and myofascial meridians, we'll create a safe space to address specific areas or emotions that need attention.


Take this opportunity to explore your true potential and embrace your goals. We'll incorporate deep breaths, long exhales, and Yin & Yang poses to enhance chi flow in the Lung and Large Intestine meridians, working on your respiratory and digestive systems. Allow the practice of gratitude to guide you in observing all that you already have in your life and find appreciation for the lessons learned from challenging times.


Length: 75 mins

Date of Recording: 3rd September 2021



More about my classes
Welcome to my recorded Yin Yoga Classes where we celebrate uniqueness, letting go of rigid aesthetics and embracing the functional approach tailored to each individual. In Yin Yoga, we delve into a meditative and spiritual practice, exploring the depths of our minds, releasing resistance, and connecting with our true selves.No two journeys are the same, and I encourage you to find your own path within the practice. 


During my sessions, I create space to go inward, observe thought patterns without attachment, and allow the body to naturally surrender.​My classes offer a unique blend of Yin Yoga, mindfulness, meditation, Acupressure, and more. ​


For class, please ensure you have a yoga mat, a pair of socks, four tennis balls, a belt, a blanket, two blocks, and a bolster or pillow. Additionally, find a wall for use during the practice.​


At the end of the class, some may prefer extended moments of stillness in Shavasana or meditation. While I keep post-class communication minimal to preserve the practice's effects, I welcome your questions and experiences through email.


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