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Yin & Restorative

Yin & Restorative

Surrender & recover. Yin is a restorative form of yoga that asks for very little muscle activation. It allows your nervous system to relax, and your connective tissues to get a long smooth stretch. Easy to fall in love with it...

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Yin & Restorative
  • Yin for Back Pain Relief

    "Damn, my back hurts" says everyone, all the time. Here I am to the rescue. Relieve tension in your hip flexors and lower back to rest more peacefully.

  • Gentle Movement + Guided Relaxation

    Encourage rest and relaxation through self massage and gentle movement. This practice is nice to do at the end of a long day, as a way to encourage recovery after an intense training session or surf, or whenever you’re starting to feel burnt out or on the verge of being sick. You’ll need a yoga b...

  • Let's be soft ♡

    "You don't have to be fire for every mountain standing in front of you. You can be water and soft river yourself to freedom too."

  • Before Bed Restorative

    Perfect end of the day cool down. Using the wall to release the back and make the blood flow back from toe to heart.

  • Myofascial Release - Neck, Shoulders, Upper Back

    Myofascial release (MFR) refers to any manipulation of the soft-tissues, specifically looking at the muscles and the fascia. Allowing for great recovery, and reduction of tightness.

    You’ll need: 2 therapy or tennis balls, and a yoga block (or something similar). Towels, cushions, and/or a foam r...

  • Myofascial Release - Lower back, Hips & Quads

    In this second session, we’ll focus on releasing tension around the low back and the hips and explore how these techniques can support us in our cross-training / self-care routines. Research supports the benefits of regular MFR as a way to enhance recovery, restore tissue integrity, manage pain, ...