When we lived in Vancouver, I taught a regular yin yoga class on Friday evenings. A perfect time slot for kind-of-lazy, totally relaxing yoga… and the pub two doors down from the studio probably made an end-of-the-week practice even more enticing!
I’m bringing back the tradition by starting up virtual last-Friday-of-the-month yin sessions, with the option to practice live with me starting at 8pm European time (see what that is in your timezone) or enjoy the recorded class at your leisure over the weekend.
Each class will include a gentle, well-supported series of yin yoga poses (make sure you have lots of pillows, blankets, bolsters, etc. at hand!) and a delicious yoga nidra (guided relaxation) followed by the stillness of savasana.
The first class is on August 28th, with three more scheduled this year: September 25th, October 30th, and November 27th. And if joining me live doesn’t work for your schedule, you can practice with the recording throughout the weekend.
▪️ 8-9:15 pm CEST the last Friday of the month (August 28, September 25, October 30, November 27)
▪️ Video replay anytime you want during the weekend after
▪️ Where ever you choose to lay your yoga mat
▪️️ Via Zoom for the live sessions
▪️️ And through YouTube/Google Drive for the recordings
▪️ Per session: 12 CHF / $15 CAD / 90 DKK / 10€ /£9 / $12 USD
▪️ For all four sessions: 45 CHF / $55 CAD / 320 DKK / 35€ / £32 / $45 USD
▪️ Payment: via Canadian or Swiss bank transfer (or TWINT in Switzerland), Paypal, through an equivalent charitable donation, or other arrangement—I’m flexible 🙂
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I’m looking forward to re-starting the Friday-evening relaxation tradition at the end of this month. It won’t be quite the same as practicing in person, and there’s probably not a pub next door, but it’s a beautiful way to kick off a weekend. And you can always grab a beer from the fridge afterwards 🙂
In the meantime, you can get a taste of the guided relaxation portion of the class through this 20-minute yoga nidra practice with me on YouTube!