Yin Yoga



Dear Students and friends,

The practice of Yin yoga is a perfect Sunday week starter routine.
Keeping in line with our discussion on restorative practice Yin yoga is the perfect choice.
When you dedicate your pactice to an internal desire whether it be to become stronger, gracefull, appreciative or maybe you seek patience or wisdom, regardless you set the intention that you willing to self improve on some level.
The second thing we should do is dedicate our practice to an external subject such as a cause or a person whom would benefit from our intention.
In some way it can be thought of as a prayer or simply a well being wish for others if prayer is not your thing.

When we clear our mind and concentrate only on the inhalation and the journey that breathe takes to our targeted pose then we work that area of our body and clean out whafever stagant energy that is blocking you in ways you may not even realize.

Yes you will find it hard to only focus on the breathe that is because we are full of stimulation all of the time with electronics and a busy daily agenda.
It takes time and devotion to practicing breathe techniques and learning to control your thought patterns.

One major benefit of doing restorative postures is that you can begin to feelnthe areas of your body that may require attention.
We all have aches and pains in certain areas of our body whether it be lower back, shoukder blades, knees or maybe it is your head if you suffer from migranes or have any sort of physical impairement.

The other area restorative yoga addresses is our hearts. You will see a lot of fish pose practice in any restorative class.
I know if I went around a classroom and spoke to each one of you separately that each person has something on their minds and in their hearts that could benefit from release.
It’s almost a sure bet if I was to place one.
Yoga practice enables you to address those needs in a focused environment. So the next time your fidgetting and anxious on that mat remember this is because your body is your best counselor it is telling you that you need to work through whatever it is that ails you.
The best part is at the exact time that your working your body your also working you mind and spirit.



About Kat Wendorf

Kathleen Wendorf is a certified NESTA sports yoga instructor located in Central Florida. Kathleen has studied Hatha, Vinyasa, Kripalu, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Yin and Kundalini yoga as well as others. Kathleen is also a writer who has been featured on The Morning Show. She invites you to bookmark and follow her blog jerseyyogalicious.wordpress.com to learn inspirational yoga. You can also visit Amazon to find other books on yoga and travel savings as well as her children's books and fictional novels. www.amazon.com/Kathleen-Wendorf/e/B004XM1G4A Kathleen has a mission to share as much as she can with her yoga friends. Please feel free to reach out to her at any time for any comments or questions.

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