Yin Yoga is commonly known for deep stretching though long held poses for several minutes which helps iron out physical kinks and tensions, facilitating the free flow of energy throughout the body.
Ruth encourages an individualised approach to practice, empowering people to tailor the practice according to their unique anatomy and supported with the use of props.
Other aspects of Yoga such as Indian yogic and Buddhist philosophy, mindfulness meditation, and contemplation are threaded into the practice. By working with the heart-mind, we learn how to support the nervous system to adapt to stress and challenges, and cultivate deep relaxation all round.
For anyone that wants to feel more at ease and relaxed in their body and mind. A great compliment to other dynamic movement practices. Come as you are, it doesn’t matter if you can touch your toes or not, there will be something for everyone.
If you’re looking for a steady and progressive style of vinyasa that cultivates mindful and heartful presence, Ruth’s classes will be right up your street
Infused with philosophical teachings to feed your spirit and soul, you will be warmly welcomed into the space exactly as you are
Through dynamic exploration of poses, the focus will be on knowing oneself more deeply and fitting the practice to you, rather than forcing yourself to fit the practice
For people that enjoy moving in a steady, thoughtful way, and curious learners that want to develop a deeper understanding of the yogic tradition beyond the physical