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Yin Rastore w/ Candlelight

Yin Rastore w/ Candlelight

Yin RAstore offers the benefits of yin yoga and restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position. The latter portion of class will integrate restorative yoga, a practice in which the body is placed in comfortable and fully supported postures so the nervous system can fully open and relax.
Yin Rastore (75 Minute)

Yin Rastore (75 Minute)

A class of both active and inactive stretching, Yin RAstore offers both the physical benefits of yin yoga and the mental benefits of restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position.
Yin RaStore (Babysitting Available)

Yin RaStore (Babysitting Available)

A class of both active and inactive stretching, Yin RAstore offers both the physical benefits of yin yoga and the mental benefits of restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position.
Yin RaStore

Yin RaStore

Yin RAstore offers the benefits of yin yoga and restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position. The latter portion of class will integrate restorative yoga, a practice in which the body is placed in comfortable and fully supported postures so the nervous system can fully open and relax.