Date: 16.01.20 & 30.01.20 Thursday
Candlelight Yin Flow & Sound Bath: Connect through Stillness
Candlelight Yin Flow is a deep, meditative and profound practice. With longer, more passive holds, the yin style involves surrendering into poses and exploring them for longer periods to let go of tensions stored in the body and to calm the nervous system. This practice helps to target deeper connective tissues especially around the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
Candlelight Yin Yoga is a peaceful way to end your day and get ready for a fresh new week. Using candlelight and sound therapy, this class will help you balance emotions, open the deep connective tissues and quiet your mind.
Benefits of Yin Yoga Practice:
- Strengthening the connective tissues in the joints
- Increase mobility and flexibility in the joint mobility
- Increase blood flow & deeper breathing in the heart & lungs
- A deep meditative quality that quiet down the overactive mind
You will be further returned to holistic resonance by tuning to Sound Healing using singing bowls, Wind Gong, Tuning Fork and chime to open heart and crown to receive divine energy. This practice will utterly transport you as you lay in rest enveloped in the healing vibrations of Sound Bath. Expect to leave feeling centered, dialed in and ethereal — and don’t be surprised if you get the best night’s sleep of your life!
Sound healing works on the principle that everything in our universe is energy which has a vibration. Everything in existence with the universe is in a vibrational state.
6 main ways that sound healing works:
- Triggers Relaxation Response
- Releases Suppressed Emotions
- Balances Bio-Sound Field
- Entrains Body / Emotions
- Transforms Beliefs
- Engages the healee
- Sets Intentions
The session is set to hold in a small group to allow each participant to have a quality of practice that benefits their well-being.
Wear comfortable clothes to stretch and lay down. Yoga Mat is provided, bring an open heart.
Location: 228A South Bridge Road, Singapore 058777
Please take the staircase between ‘Hidden Treasure shop’ and ‘Raffles Creation Tailor Shop’ to the studio.
Chinatown Station Exit A, Pogada Street (3 minutes walk)
Telok Ayer Station Exit A ( 6 minutes walk)