Typically held for longer periods of time, Yin postures target the joints and fascia to enhance range of motion and flexibility, while relieving pain and chronic tension.
Yin yoga complements any active yoga practice or exercise. Finish the practice with Yoga Nidra, a deep form of guided relaxation and meditation that heals and rejuvenates.
Instructor: Lilavati Eberle
Lilavati started practicing yoga in 2006, and quickly realized that becoming a yoga instructor was her path! She graduated from a 200-hour residential training in Integral Yoga Hatha at Satchidananda Ashram – Yogaville in the fall of 2007. After which she decided to continue living at the ashram, to deepen her practice. That one-month training turned into a her home for the next twelve years, not only practicing and teaching yoga on the mat, but living yoga. After completing her 500-hour training at Yogaville, she has since continued her studies to be certified in Yin Yoga and Accessible Yoga.
“The teachings of yoga have been my guiding light for well over a decade now, and my life is so much richer and happier for it. I believe every body deserves yoga, and I love to share the teachings of yoga with those who want to learn.”