Yin Yoga finds its origins in both China and India. As a modern interpretation of Taoist Yoga with postures resembling Hatha Yoga, it was brought to the West in the 1970's and has since found its way into many yoga studios as a deep stretching and relaxation practice.
Yin Yoga works with mostly floor based postures that work into deep stretches in the legs and hips but will at times work through the whole body. We believe it has potential for so much more than just physical and mental stress relief.
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Kundalini Yoga is a school of yoga tracing back to ancient Hinduism and brought to the West in the 1960's. Working with the subtle energies in the body, the practice involves performing kriyas (actions) to open the different energy centers to allow the flow of Kundalini energy. Kriyas may involve movement, breath techniques, sound and meditation.
Kundalini can be challenging to understand but becomes very apparent once experienced first hand.
Rebirthing Breathwork is just as it sounds, breathing techniques to reset your whole being and bring about a feeilng of being reborn. The practice involves long periods of strong, conscious breathing.
Breathing in this manner can be very uncomfortable and even painful depending on your internal resistance. However once properly guided in and allowing yourself to let go, the experience can be incredibly blissful and may take you on different degrees of sensory experiences.