Vi er heldige og får besøk på Spiregården, av Mararia, Patrick og Dragan, som deler Yin Yoga med vakker levende musikk til.
Varmt velkommen til en nærende, lun, avpennende og healende opplevelse sammen med oss den første helgen i Advent. Lysene i hagen på Spiregården er tent, og det vil bli servert deilig Chai te og sunne raw småkaker ♥
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Yin Yoga +Tibetan singing bowls and other instruments.
Yin Yoga class (2 hours) with Tibetan singing bowls, guitar and Koshis (bamboo sound with all the elements, water, earth, air, and fire) in the background.
Yin Yoga (definition)
“Yin Yoga is a slower-paced, more meditative version of the popular physical and spiritual discipline of yoga. In Yin yoga, the poses are held for a long period of time (typically three to five minutes or longer) to target the connective tissues (such as the ligaments) rather than focusing on the muscles. As a result, the asanas are more passive holds, with little muscular engagement”
“Yin Yoga has its roots in China, unlike the more popular and active yoga disciplines, which originated in India. It was founded on the Taoist theory of yin and yang – opposite concepts that, together, represent balance. Yin is stable and passive, while yang is changing and active. The yin poses, therefore, are passive and performed while seated or in a reclining position. The poses are held with the muscles fully relaxed, allowing time and gravity to deepen the stretch and target the fascia. The time spent holding these asanas is similar to meditation”. Yogapedia.
Singing balls and other alternative instruments are connecting your yoga practice with a deeper experience and balancing the chi (live energy) in your systems and spreading healing in your whole body and mind, noticing a deeper connection with yourself.
Dandelion is a group of two yogis (Patrick and Dragan) and one yogini (Mararía) trained in Yoga, Meditation and Sound Healing.