Yin Yoga & the Eight Limbs of Yoga

Yin Yoga & the Eight Limbs of Yoga

Sunday 19 March 9.30 am – 12.00 pm

Salt Yoga, 41A Beach Road, Christies Beach


Thank you to all the participants for yet again a wonderful morning!

Here are some pictures of the setting and feedback from some of those who joined me for the talk on yoga philosophy and 90-minutes of Yin yoga bliss.

Beautifully crafted the philosophy of yoga into a deep yin class, so wonderfully supported with Yaisa’s bubbly and passionate personality. Felt more open, strong and intuitive the following day than any other yoga class I have attended! Thank you. ~ Emma P.

I really enjoyed this workshop – it was really informative – I didn’t know yoga philosophy was so interesting. Along with that, the beautiful, peaceful Yin yoga poses loosened my body and gave my mind space to breathe. I love Yaisa’s approach. ~ Sally B.

This was my introduction to Yin Yoga and I loved every moment of it. I found the workshop informative and restorative. Yaisa was generous with her knowledge and created an experience that intergrated the concepts into a relaxing practice that was just wonderful! ~ Rebecca B.

I love yoga philosophy and I loved how you simplified it for us with out compromising its relevance and importance in daily yoga life. Feeling relaxed, energised and with a commitment to taking the practice “of the mat”. Thank-you….oh and loved the bliss balls…especially the touch of salt! ~ Alison L.

I found the philosophy of yoga very interesting,the gentle poses, just a couple of them I felt a bit uncomfortable in holding for a lengthened time, but with practice I’m sure my body would adapt, overall was an amazing morning. ~ Jude E.

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Yin Yoga & the Eight LimbsDelving ever deeper into the universality of yoga, my next Yin Yoga workshop at Salt Yoga will be built around the Eight Limbs of Yoga.

The workshop starts with a short introduction on the Eight Limbs to set the context. I explain the meaning of each Limb and discuss the applications of these ancient yet universal tools and values in contemporary daily life. We then enjoy a 90-minute Yin Yoga practice during which we have to opportunity to put them into practice.

Aside from yoga poses (asanas) on the mat, yoga can be practiced every moment of the day and can be applied to many situations in daily life.  It helps us to find balance, focus and connection.

The Eight Limbs of Yoga as described by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras, one of the first comprehensive texts about yoga recorded in history, are the foundation for many styles of yoga that have evolved since.

This workshop is suitable for all levels, even if you have never done yoga before. Beginners are given an insight into the world of yoga and it is an opportunity for more advanced practitioners to add an extra layer to their practice.

The Yin yoga practice is a beautiful, slow session that helps you de-stress and re-energise and creates space in body and mind.

Afterwards, l will serve herbal tea and healthy sugar-free home-made snacks and you are welcome to hang around for a chat.

Workshop price: $49 ($40 if paid before 5 March)

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Other details:
Yoga mats & props available
Please arrive 10 minutes early to settle in
Wear layers to keep warm during meditation
Plenty of parking space available just behind Salt Yoga
A minimum of four participants is required for the workshop to take place
The workshop will be confirmed on Wednesday 15 March at the latest