YIN YOGA module 1 NYC
1 March @ 08:00 - 3 March @ 17:00
Yin yoga immersion in New York City at ISHTA YOGA Downtown.
Are you interested in Neurofascial and Neuromuscular science?
Of connective tissue?In the connection between spirituality and science?
Of how to work with tension? Intruiged by energy work?
The embodiment and healing yoga? How to use yoga to increase life quality and the building of muscular strenght?
Then this immersion is something to consider.
For three days you will immerse yourself in the study and practice of Yin Yoga; the practice of how to de- tensisfy in order to re-sensify. Why? So we can live stronger, more alive, better restored, not so edgy, more wholesome, clear, solid and powerful in body, mind and spirit. Yin yoga is a meditative way of practicing yoga where we through gentle poses, mostly reclining and seated, aim to release tension stored in muscle, around joints and in nervous system.
This training is designed by ISHTA yogiraj Ulrica Norberg, a renowed authour of over a dozen books including YinYoga –An individualized approach to Balance, Health, Self well-being, and yoga trainer from Sweden who has decades of experience from various yoga styles, meditation and personal growth from various fields and traditions. Ulrica brings much weath of knowledge from her years living and working abroad, from her extensive academic training as well as her creative work as a writer. She has studied with several masters of yoga and highly respect and honor her teachers and the founders of the modern yin development, yet adds her experience from health training as well as yoking the ISHTA principles together with Alan Finger into the practice of yinyoga.
Here, you will learn more ways to individually adapt your yoga practice to be more about individual healing and growth. Feeding more what one needs instead of the “wants”. Ulrica is always up to date in the modern research and fuses that with her deep studies of yoga and philosophy.
Welcome to a rejuvenating weekend of bliss, increased clarity and focus.