Lights out, yin yoga in the dark
The practice of yin involves slow, long, deep yoga posture holds - usually with a hold time of around three to five minutes. If this type of yoga sounds boring or “too easy,” give it a try, and be prepared to change your mind. This is not a restorative practice. Holding these poses for long periods can be quite challenging. However, the benefits can be huge and include: increased mobility, better lubrication and protection of major joints and a calmer emotional state.
Practising yoga in the dark is a great way to free yourself from observation and judgement. In many ways, this gets to the heart of what yoga is all about: a mind-body connection that is achieved by filtering out the world around you and finding peace and awareness within.
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The Buddha & The Badass, Unit 1C Yelverton Business Park, PL20 7PE
Stoke Hill Lane, West Devon, England, UK