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Discover the within
Friday September 21, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Celebrate your weary rainy season body with a little YINspiration. Join Imogen for a 2-hour workshop that will introduce you to the benefits of yin yoga. Unlike most yoga practices which target the yang tissues of the body (blood, bones, muscles), yin targets the more interior, supportive structures like the fascia. During the workshop, Imogen will guide participants through a series of yin asana that are the perfect antidote to a fatigued, stressed, or previous injured bodies.
Participants can expect to learn core yin pose combined with focused breathing, encouraging you to tune in and listen to your body and surrender to your intuition. This workshop welcomes students of any experience level who are interested in understanding how the passive yin practice can bring balance to their bodies. It is also suitable for anyone that already has experience with yin yoga that would like more in-depth experience and information. Yin yoga is a great elixir for anyone who is returning to physical movement after an injury or recovery from illness or who is seeking balance in our stress-filled, over-scheduled lives.
ABOUT IMOGEN NORTH
Imogen hails from London, England and trained under the expert eye of Katy Appleton and teaches dynamic Vinyasa flow decended from the Krishnamacharya lineage. More recently she enhanced her teaching becoming one of Judith Hanson Lasater's Relax and Renew® certified restorative yoga teachers and is currently in the process of completing her 500hrs with Tiffany Cruikshank to become a Yoga Medicine certified teacher. She has been practising yoga since her teens and has a background in reiki and the energetic body. Imogen believes yoga is the key to balance in life both on and off the mat. With breath being central to her classes Imogen combines uplifting sequencing with a simple yet potent lunar antidote. Through her teaching she hopes to inspire possibility, self-awareness and self-nourishment. Imogen fiercely believes that yoga is for everyone, that it is a vital tradition that transcends all race and religion, fundamental in all of our lives more so now than ever before. She is grateful to all her teachers and to those who have touched her on her yoga path.