“Vinyasa Flow” is originated from the tradition of Hatha Yoga, which is regarded as the yoga of the sun and the moon. It connects meditation, breathing exercises, asanas and an integrative relaxation phase to a nourishing, grounding and strengthening movement flow. The focus is on the experience, to be one with nature and the elements. It brings the
awareness to the unity between body, mind and spirit through the breath.
“Yin” is a slower, more deliberate form of yoga, with the poses, or “Asanas,” held for a longer amount of time than in other styles. It is practised only in a sitting or lying position.
Yin Yoga stretches the connective tissues, ligaments, tendons and the fascia. Blood flow to our joints is increased, giving us more flexibility and allowing our “Chi” – the energy that
flows through us and everything else, and which is responsible for our wellbeing – to move more easily through the meridians, the energy channels of our bodies.
The practice of Yin Yoga has a profoundly rejuvenating effect upon the human body and organism as a whole.