In this special workshop, Josh will explore how Yin Yoga collaborates with the holistic functions of the Chinese Kidneys to nourish Essence (Jing) and vital energy (Qi).
Saturday January 15, 2022: 10am – 12pm Eastern Time (Boston)
Event price: $30
All participants will receive lifetime access to this recorded workshop.
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Sangha Members receive 50% off the live workshop (log in)*
In this two-hour workshop, Josh will explore how Yin Yoga collaborates with the functional roles of the Kidneys in Chinese Medicine; specifically, Josh will address how Yin Yoga supports the preservation of our vital Essence, how Yin Yoga helps the Kidneys “grasp the Qi” in respiration, and how Yin Yoga nourishes our psyche to mitigate and transform fear.
The workshop is suitable for all levels and will include breathwork (pranayama), as well as a Yin Yoga practice sequence.
What is Yin Yoga?
In Yin Yoga, floor postures are held passively for several minutes in order to access a safe and positive ‘stress’ on the deeper layers of connective tissue in the body.
Physically, Yin Yoga restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints, as well as decreases inflammation and improves hydration of the connective tissue. Energetically, Yin Yoga stimulates the body’s channel system of subtle energy, enhancing energetic flow and supporting emotional equilibrium. Yin Yoga also prepares both the body and mind for meditation.Josh Summers has been practicing and teaching Yin Yoga for nearly two decades. As a licensed acupuncturist and long-time meditator, Josh infuses his teaching with insight and wisdom from Chinese Medicine, Taoism and Buddhism.
All participants will receive lifetime access to this recorded workshop. We will send you a follow up email after the workshop has taken place that will give you access.
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