Yin is one of the most delicious forms of yoga you can experience. It is a passive, non-ambitious practice, with long-held floor poses and a deep attention to mindfulness and mindful breathing. It targets connective tissue and joints rather than muscles, gently encouraging a quiet internalised approach. We emerge from a yin practice feeling centred, balanced, whole and relaxed.
Chloe McKay is one of our most loved teachers at The Stables, skilled in yin, mindfulness, yoga therapy and more dynamic styles too.
Chanting is the use of sound to affect consciousness. Happiness or sorrow, joy or regret are vibratory frequencies in the mind. When we chant a mantra we are choosing to invoke the positive power contained in short repetitive phrases. It's blissful and very easy!
Nam Prakash will guide you through an hour of chanting mantras from several traditions - Sanskrit, Gurmukhi (from the tradition of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan) and even some English ones.
Nam Prakash Kaur has been teaching Kundalini Yoga in York since 2009 and assists on the Level 1 teacher training (where there's a lot of chanting!). She chants every day, and is looking forwards immensely to sharing this peaceful, uplifting experience with you all.
Booking essential via The Stables Yoga Centre £18