Date

Saturday, April 08 2023

Time

2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Cost

$60

Labels

In-Person

Teachers

  • Mariia Jones, RYT 200
    Mariia Jones, RYT 200
    RYT 200

    Mariia Jones, RYT 200, has completed Basic and Intermediate Teacher Training at Integral Yoga Institute. She is currently enrolled in an online Pranayama teacher training with Arhanta Yoga Ashram, India, and she is an assistant for IYI’s Basic Teacher Training. Mariia is currently teaching group, private, and corporate classes, both online and in-person, and offers workshops for yoga retreats and different events together with Nina.

  • Nina Uhovskaya, RYT 200
    Nina Uhovskaya, RYT 200
    RYT 200

    Nina Uhovskaya, RYT 200, has completed Basic Teacher Training and Yoga for the Special Child at Integral Yoga Institute, and Yin Yoga teacher training online, with Arhanta Yoga Ashram, India. Nina is currently teaching group classes and private classes, both online and in-person, and offers workshops for yoga retreats and different events.

Location

Integral Yoga New York

Location

Integral Yoga New York
227 W. 13th Street

Program Description

Yin Yang Yoga collects the best techniques from classical yoga, adapting them for a modern audience. We’ll start with a yang yoga practice stoking inner fire: warm-ups; asanas to help build strength and stamina in preparation for deeper yin practices; powerful cleansing techniques to improve digestive fire and power of concentration—for a healthy body, mind, and flow of energy. We’ll work with active pranayama practices here, learning how to adapt pranayama for personal needs. We’ll learn the difference between yin and yang tissues in the body and how to apply different approaches to them. We’ll continue with yin yoga—a more gentle part of the practice. Yin yoga helps to work with the body on a deeper level. After the preparation of yang yoga, we can go deeper in all levels—body, mind, and energy, removing blocks, recovering a natural flow of prana, and healing ourselves. This section includes deep relaxation and calm pranayama practices that help train the circulatory, respiratory, and nervous systems, preparing us for meditation, training the brain for dhyana and dharana—the ability to concentrate and meditate. Yin and yang, two opposing energies, when joined form a complete energy—chi—the governing force of all life and the perfectly balanced form of energy. Achieve almost perfect balance after working with both energies. 

This is an in-person program. 

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