Look ahead to the new year with a yin mindset…
Flow your way through a gentle yin yoga practice for the element of water.
Follow this sequence to target the lung and large intestine lines for the fall season.
In TCM, there are not four seasons – but five! Learn about this mysterious fifth season and how it may impact you physically and energetically in this article.
This yin yoga sequence helps stimulate our self-expression.
This yin yoga sequence coordinates with the summer season and the element of fire.
This yin yoga sequence targets the Liver and Gallbladder meridian lines with the intention of inspiring personal growth.
Enjoy this hour long yin yoga practice focused on the refreshing energy of the new moon!
Spring is here! Can you feel little sparks of creativity urging you to get on with the projects you have thought about and nourished for the past months? Or is your nose already congested from nature’s first bursts of pollen? Both are perfectly natural and a sign that we are in tune with nature around us, according to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). TCM postulates that our Qi, or life force, fluctuates within us through the seasons, just as it does in nature around us.
February is the month of love and I think we can agree that love is one of the most beautiful things in the world. The love we share in our family, other beings, and also the love we give to ourselves. Finding self-love is the first step and the most important one to being open […]