YIN MOVES: Restore Your Yin Energy & Vitality

    YIN MOVES: Restore Your Yin Energy & Vitality

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    Topics he will be sharing during the 2 hours Workshop

    • Functional Anatomy studies – Skeletal Variation on Hips Movements for back extension poses related to yin / yang poses
    • Yin Yoga Practice – injury prevention
    • Meridians linked to the 3 Treasures & 4 Vital Substances (Jing, Qi, Xue, Shen)
    • Emotions in Meridian organs

    BIO:

    James Wong, Born Malaysian; but spent most of his growing up years in New Zealand has always loved exploring the world with different cultures and way of life. He is a certified ERYT500 Yoga Alliance Trainer & certified IICT Remedial Therapist; specialist in Scoliosis management, a book author of his Trigger Point book 2017 Edition & Yin Yoga Master Trainer with Chinese Medicine travels around the globe to conduct Yin Yoga Yoga Alliance Trainings; 200 Hours Yoga Teachers Training & Functional Anatomy courses based on Fascia & Skeletal Variation! His teachings mainly focuses on the Functional Aspect of Yoga poses and on skeletal variation(Grilley’s Method), Fascia Release in Yin Yoga. He studied under the lineage of Grilley’s Method on Skeletal Variation along with his years of knowledge in Trigger Point & manual therapy. James’ teachings, share his very own blend in yin yoga which he incorporates a lot on connective tissues tension release, running down the meridian lines to bring more Qi flow into our body system. His Functional Anatomy studies in both Fascia & Skeletal Variation will open up your eyes to whole new perspective of yoga! He believes in allowing his students to find the freedom of their body in their poses rather than forcing their poses into aesthetics.

    For more information: check out his Facebook – James’ Yoga
    Instagram- jamesyogapilate

    Workshop benefits:

    Please give at least 5 benefits of joining your workshop. What will students gain from it?

    benefits of the workshop

    • Studies Of Functional Anatomy based on Skeletal Variation on Hips Movements for back extension poses related to yin / yang poses – so that we can prevent backache issues
    • How to re-establish the relationship of our breathing and diaphragmatic pattern with Yin Yoga Practice
    • Meridians linked to the 3 Treasures & 4 Vital Substances (Jing, Qi, Xue, Shen)- the important links & balance to the body system
    • Understanding the Emotions that are stored in our stomach/Spleen ; Kidney & Bladder meridian lines
    • experience a yin session with total freedom of body expression!

    Level:

    ALL LEVELS

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    RM 150

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    FAQS

    A Yin yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held(1min,2 mins to 4 mins range), passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body - the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. Some poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer depending on the level of the class

    Definitely yes! Yin yoga is slow and functionally based on each and every individual's body condition and bone structure. In a Yin Yoga class; you get to choose the options given in class or modifications using blocks, yoga straps or bolsters to assist in your body’s condition. Nevertheless, always refer to your instructor in the class and explain to him or her your condition prior class starts so that he or she could give additional modifications for your condition & practice according to how your body feels.

    Yin yoga stretches and targets both the deep connective tissues between the muscles and the fascia throughout the body. The aim is to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility as the poses stretch and exercise the bone and joint areas. It also helps us to regulate the body's flow of energy.

    You certainly may. But particularly if you are new to yoga or haven't practiced in a while, you may be surprised to experience soreness in the hours—and possibly days—after your session. Yoga stretches muscles that aren't accessed every day.

    Through this stress, it can strengthen the connective tissues around a joint to make the joint stronger. Yin yoga can be a safe, healing practice for most students, even pregnant women or hyper mobile people, as long as they practice with intention and attention.

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