Yoga Practice

Yin Yoga & Meditation

As you can see, Yin Yoga is a wonderful practice that is particularly healing for women with its unique focus on slowing down and cultivating self care. Often, Yin Yoga is particularly good for those who think they don’t have time or don’t need it! It is a wonderful practice for anyone suffering from stress, anxiety or depression, and anyone looking to improve flexibility, still the mind, and find a way to step out of the daily grind into a place of tranquility. If you’re feeling inspiring, do join us!


As a full-time yoga instructor with a demanding schedule that has me running between classes and private sessions most of the day, my personal yin practice has become essential to recharge and give back to my body, mind, and spirit. Yin is an introspective practice that offers a chance to turn inward and nurture the calm, quiet center that is innate in all of us. It is a practice in stillness, patience, and non-reactivity. Through yin yoga we become adept at self-care. We become better listeners with practice tuning in; we become wiser as we get to know ourselves from the inside out; and we become more curious about the world through the exploration of our own inner worlds.


To practice yin is to relinquish control—such a novel and therapeutic concept in our modern-day lives. On the surface, the yin practice might appear uneventful. But if you are able to tune in, you will encounter some pretty fascinating events occurring in the layers beneath the skin. Not convinced? Dig deeper into 10 nourishing qualities and therapeutic benefits I’ve encountered both with my students and through my own practice of this form of medicine like no other.

Ashtanga Yoga


  • Reduces stress and anxiety.

Improves flexibility

  • Helps to promote mindfulness.

  • Elongates and stretches tight muscles.

  • Improves joint mobility.

  • Can promote feelings of deep calm.

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