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Friday Evening Yin Yoga

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Yin Yoga with Daizy
Fridays 7:30-8:30pm
Location: at Creative Healing Center; 1601 Railroad Ave, Suite F, Livermore, CA, 94551.
$20 per person, 17 spots and walk in availability possible.
All ages and abilities are welcome.

Have you been desiring a way to deeply relax and restore your nervous system after a busy week? Join Daizy for yin yoga in the Lotus Temple. Yin yoga is a form of yoga that allows for long holds that allow you to really find your edges and breathe into them. We are a society that emphasizes action and productivity and that type of Yang energy needs its counterpart, Yin. Yin is the feminine aspect, it is the cooling off, the energy of slowing down. In the class we will be going at a slower and more meditative pace, holding poses for longer in your traditional vinyasa or flow class, allowing for you to release the holding in your tissues, fascia, ligaments and joints. This type of movement allows you to turn inwards and tune into your body, a practice that some of us do not do enough. It is a way of listening to yourself and your body, finding those edges and perhaps even going beyond them to discovering new ones. In the class Daizy utilizes sound bowls, reiki and guided meditation to aid you in finding a deeply nourishing practice. In a world that can be incredibly uncomfortable, finding ways to calm your nervous system and tune into your body is what allows you to regulate yourself; this skill is deeply needed by us as humans as we adapt to a world that is reflecting so much change and upheaval of old paradigms.Yin yoga is wonderful before bedtime and allows you for deeper, more peaceful sleep. An all inclusive class,great if you are new to yoga or are a seasoned yogi. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out and ask.
Daizy has been a yoga teacher for 8 years and has found yoga to be a transformative practice and philosophy in her life. When she walked into her first yoga class in 2010 she knew she had found a new home that she never encountered before. Yoga was the foundation for her other healing work and these roots are what built her into the healing arts practitioner she is today.