Wed, Feb 16 | Yellow Barn Farm

Yin Yoga with Caitlin Rose Kenney

focuses on passive postures and mindfulness. Yin shapes re-pattern fascia, improve the health of ligaments, tendons and bones. Bring balance to your nervous system and improve flexibility, tissue resilience and chi flow in your body.
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Time & Location

Feb 16, 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM
Yellow Barn Farm, 9417 N Foothills Hwy, Longmont, CO 80503, USA

About the Event

Caitlin Rose Kenney's teachings aim to explore and nourish the whole being through balanced and regenerative practices. She often speaks about physical practice as an access point for widespread change in mental patterns, emotional states, and reconnection to soul and spirit. Caitlin Rose is known for holding space with a calm confidence that allows practitioners to move safely, feel their experience, revitalize and heal. Her gentle demeanor and articulate instructions aid students at any level to advance their ability for precision and graceful embodiment.

Yin Yoga is an accessible practice and is of signicant value to pracitioners with any amount of experience.

Yin Yoga is a practice for exploring your interiority and nourishing your “yin side.” Most likely, you are familiar with your “yang side” which is the part of us that is motivated, generative, action-oriented, progress driven and externally validated. Your “yin side” is content, receptive, fertile, quiet, still and often hidden. Consider your “yin side” the soil from which everything grows and your “yang side” everything that emerges from the soil. 

Yin inquiry asks us to descend into the soil of our body, psyche and invisible realms to embrace everything that we find below the surface. 

What we find is likely to be a wide range of sensations, thoughts and emotions. All is welcome and met in a Yin Yoga practice: comfort, discomfort, neutrality, essence and complexity.

Yin Yoga poses target specific structures in the body through both traction and compression to improve joint health and deconstruct patterns of restriction. In most poses, the muscles are relaxed so that the healthy stress is applied to the myofascial tendon complexes, ligaments, bones and fascia. Once the muscles are relaxed, gravity exerts the perfect amount of gentle force on the body. Most poses are held for several minutes providing an opportunity for increased mindfulness and compassion.

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