Sunday, February 26 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Wake Up and Smell the Sweet Yin

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Good Morning Yin Yoga...A beautiful way to start the day. Open up first thing in the morning, receiving the full benefits of the yin postures while the mind and body, particularly the muscles, are still cool and calm. Physically, the connective tissue respond better to the longer holds of the yin practice first thing in the morning, before the muscles have had a chance to warm up. Allowing us to go even deeper into the body focusing on the bones, joints, ligaments, and fascia. Releasing any tension and tightness physically, so that we can mentally soften into the moment with more grace and ease. Cultivating a meditative mind that allows us to stay grounded, centered, and calm, throughout our day.
Class time devoted to lecture: Less than 5 minutes

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Tina Violina

Tina Violina is an Oahu-based yoga teacher, musician and environmental professional, passionate about bringing the gifts of yoga, music and creativity to the community. She was classically trained from age 5-17 and later started branching out into improvisation which is now her favorite... Read More →

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Sara Phelan

A certified 200 hour Akhanda Yoga Teacher, Certified Yin Yoga Teacher with Sarah Powers, as well as a Teacher in Training for the 300 Hour through Open Space Yoga, O'ahu. Yoga is a practice that I have always loved, a study that has always come easy to me, and a way of life that... Read More →

Sunday February 26, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
The Mothership