Move with us in June! We're celebrating the Summer Solstice, the full strawberry moon and the rising Yang energy of summer with intuitive, meditative and ecstatic movement all month. Join us and share your thoughts and experiences at #mytearitual.
"Silence isn't empty. It's full of answers." -Unknown
Click here to play Devi Prayer by Craig Pruess and Ananda on our Sunday Tea Rituals Spotify playlist.
Access your hidden energy system that is the source of all manifestation with Yin Yoga. Yin Yoga allows you to access and release the connective tissues, or fascia, of the body. It is believed that the connective tissues house the body's chi, or energy flow, and that energy is influenced by the opening of the body. In Yin Yoga, you are encouraged to come right to the edge of a simple pose neither backing away nor going too far. Then, hold the post for an extended period of time to allow the energy to flow more freely in the body and ultimately to access deep wisdom and unity.
Come to a seated position and then bring the soles of your feet together.
Fold forward allowing the back to round and the head to hang down.
Come to the edge of the pose and hold for 5 minutes. As your body opens, you can go deeper into the pose. Just be careful not to go too far.
Come out slowly.
Grab your journal and join us! Spend a few minutes journaling on your Yin Yoga experience. Share your thoughts with us at #mytearitual.
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"You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop!" - Rumi
"Your will find your way. It is in the same place as your love. -seek" -Nayyirah Waheed