The practice of yin yoga invites us to stop and be present. Static, feminine and deep, the practice takes place in a meditative environment, with passive floor postures guided and held for between two and five minutes, which allows us to reach the deepest layers of our body thanks to the passive activation of the cognitive tissues.
Its aim is to balance the five bodies from the internal, feminine, passive and creative energy that all beings possess.
I guide the yin practices with sound baths of harmonic instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls or wind chimes. The sound of these instruments raises our vibrational frequency bringing us to a place of peace and well-being.