OM Yoga

Contact

Kate Hamilton-Hunter
Glan Conwy, Colwyn Bay, North Wales, UK, LL28 5BX

07778 134846
kate@omyoganorthwales.co.uk

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Yin Yoga Classes

PLEASE NOTE : A reduced Class Schedule is now Streaming Live via Zoom.

Please create a free account at https://zoom.us/

You will receive a link to join Zoom two hours before the class. See you on a mat very soon x

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Yin, Yang and Yoga Nidra Saturdays

A new class for 2020... I am offering a new 2 hour class every Saturday morning (apart from one Saturday per month when I am away running yoga retreats for The Zest Life).

This class will consist of one hour of YIN YOGA (the 'Quiet Practice', in which we allow gravity to take the weight of the body, opening the deep connective tissue).
We will then have 30 minutes of YANG YOGA (where we use muscular effort to make the body stretch and hold our weight, gaining strength and flexibilty.)

After that we have 30 minutes left for a very long and luscious YOGA NIDRA!

Bookings for 2020 here!
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Monthly Yin Classes

To incorporate a regular Yin Yoga class into your yoga routine to counterbalance the more 'Yang' Hatha practice that I mostly teach in my classes, I am offering two Yin classes a month.

The first Tuesday of the month, beginning on April 7th at 7.00pm and the third Wednesday of the month, beginning on April 15th at 7.00pm.
We will finish each class with a YOGA NIDRA.

Come and try it - be warned, you might LOVE it!!

(These classes are suspended at the moment, due to Coronavirus))

BOOK HERE
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About Yin Yoga

'A still, quiet practice, that offers relief from the stresses and strains of a fast paced busy lifestyle. Through long held, deeply releasing postures the muscles of the body relax allowing the work to begin on the deeper, ‘less elastic’ tissues of the body.

As space is created within the body, tension is released from the tendons, ligaments and joints. Yin is the opposite of Yang – it is passive, feminine and reflective. It requires us to turn our attention inward as each pose is held.

A willingness to surrender and allow the practice to unfold before us will bring many amazing benefits to both body and mind'

Jackie Quayle. The Yoga Bank.