Yin Yoga is an asana practice that allows stressing in a healthy way of the bone/ligament/tendon and fascia tissues.The term 'yin yoga' comes from the Taoist tradition. Yang relates to more intense movement, creating heat and strength in the body while Yin is about finding stillness, softness and cooling in the body. As Bernie Clark… Continue reading What is Yin Yoga?
Yin Yoga, beginner hatha yoga, kids yoga... As a part of Traditional School of Yoga in Adelaide I'm delighted to share more yoga practice teaching Yin classes, beginner Hatha Yoga Course and Kids Yoga. The enrollments for Hatha and Kids will start soon, but if you are eager to try your 'soft' side of yoga,… Continue reading New Classes
Niyamas are observances that a yoga student should include into their way of life. Let's start with saucha, the cleanliness. Of course it is recommended that you start your asana practice with a clean body (yes, empty your bowel before the class if possible), in a clean environment but also with purity of mind. If… Continue reading Niyamas in asana practice.
Is Western yoga still yoga? Is stretching yoga? I don't know. I guess every yogi has to find their own way of navigating towards their own health and spiritual goals. As a philosopher I find it very important to me to have some kind of organised ideas about what I do and I find the… Continue reading All yoga in one asana
It has been a while when I started teaching yoga, and what I realised is that there is a little bit of a confusion when it comes to the purely physical aspect of practice. I believe that it's because yoga became a type of fitness, and it fitness you tell your body what to do,… Continue reading A few words on alignment and using props in yoga.