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Friday, July 1 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Do U YIN?

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If you have never explored YIN and this unique approach to practice, isn't it time to give it a try? Much of what we do in life is oriented towards action, muscularity and progress. YIN is oriented towards calm abidance, accessing the deeper terrain of the connective tissue and slows us down. The practice accesses the other 50% of our autonomic nervous system (ANS) called the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) which is already naturally YIN! We'll do this by holding a series of YIN poses, each 3-5 minutes. With stories, with explanations of why wrapped into the class we'll breathe & we'll explore what in YIN is called The Edge. Come and see and you'll be another of the growing tribe of YINsters who nods YES the next time someone asks you... Do U YIN?

Artists
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DJ Taz Rashid

DJ TAZ RASHID brings a high vibrational energy to any room instantly by mixing the beats and rhythms of Love, Ancient New World, House, Kirtan, Devotional, and all the cosmic sounds. His vision is to be a channel to cause the expansion of all those around by tapping into the creative wisdom of the body and allowing them to feel, let go and awaken. | | Taz has been producing and part of creating mindful events globally over the last few years and... Read More →

Teachers
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Liza Dousson

Liza has been studying yoga, yoga philosophy, and meditation for more than 25 years and has been teaching yoga for over 15 of those years. YinYoga is now the focus of her teaching and personal practice, the result of a lengthy stint of travels & study in India and Thailand between 2001-2007. For Liza that time was an "antidote" and gear switch to a previous full-on corporate life. Also as a Thai Yoga Therapy practitioner, Liza is fascinated by... Read More →


Friday July 1, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm
The Nook