Yin Yoga 2022/23
Feeling anxious and stressed out? Try our relaxing Yin Yoga classes and find the balance in your life again.
What is Yin Yoga?
Yin Yoga is a practice of stillness and provides an ideal balance to the more dynamic Yang styles of yoga. Its movement is slow, steady, and often stationary — conveying a sense of softness and submission. It is a quiet and gentle practice that emphasises muscle relaxation, rather than exertion.
Yin Yoga poses require staying in position for longer periods of time, enabling you to cultivate awareness for both your body and mind. Practising Yin Yoga also stimulates a healthy flow of Qi (energy) in your body’s meridian channels for optimal health.
Yin Yoga Meets TCM
Yin Yoga has a close relationship with the healing properties of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The stretching of muscles in Yin Yoga poses helps to stimulate the body’s meridian channels – water structures in the connective tissues of our bodies known as fascia. Holding a Yin Yoga pose for 3 to 5 minutes puts our meridian channels under some stress, while releasing it allows Qi (energy) to flow through these channels — creating sensations of relief in our body.
Class Schedule 2022/23
(Every Tuesday, for 10 sessions)
|1.||15 Mar to 31 May 2022 (No class on 22 Mar, 3 May)|
7 Jun to 16 Aug 2022 (No class on 9 Aug)
23 Aug to 25 Oct 2022
1 Nov 2022 to 3 Jan 2023
Ms. Wee Teng Lan, certified Yin Yoga instructor
Venue: Awareness Hub | 231 Bain Street #03-39 Bras Basah Complex SG 180231
Time: 6:30pm to 7:45pm
Fee: $170 (for 10 sessions) / $23 per session for walk-in
^ Suitable for both beginners & advanced learners.
^ Participants are to dress in loose and comfortable clothes and bring along a yoga mat
^ Please refrain from eating 1.5 to 2 hours before the start of class.
• Suitable for both beginners & advanced learners.
• Please refrain from eating 1.5 to 2 hours before the start of classes.
• Participants are to bring along a yoga mat and come dressed in loose and comfortable clothes
• As additional precautionary measures may be put in place due to Covid-19 restrictions and prevailing government guidelines, events and classes may be subject to change.