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TÍMEA CZIGLÁN

TÍMEA CZIGLÁN

TÍMEA CZIGLÁN

THURSDAY

Yin yoga

The name yin comes from the Chinese concept of the yin-yang pole. Yin, the feminine quality, encompasses the passive, nurturing, receptive, stable, grounding quality, while yang is associated with the masculine quality, activity, action. 
 
Yin yoga, while calming and balancing, teaches you to look inward. It supports you to get in touch with yourself and find harmony.
The practices are mainly sitting and lying poses, and the focus is on relaxation. We use pillows and blankets to support our bodies. We hold the poses with light twists and soft stretches. Yin yoga is also ideal for releasing stress in the connective tissues of the body. 
The practice is recommended for all, easy to follow and the ends with relaxation.

I have been learning yoga for almost 10 years. Interestingly, I'm more bound than average, so I've had to face more challenges, but the good thing is that I'm becoming more flexible with regular practice. So I would like to encourage you that even if you feel more bound, don't let that discourage you because you are becoming more flexible too. 

I completed a two year old Yogin Alliance Aquarian Yoga Teacher Training and Life Coaching. During the training I practiced several yoga styles, of which Kundalini and Yin practice captivated me, so I also completed the Yin Yoga and Meditation Teacher Training. For me, this style of yoga helped me find myself and continues to teach me today, including the practice of acceptance, letting go and gratitude.
You are welcome every Thursday from 11am.