YIN YOGA WITH SOUND HEALING

ABOUT

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga where the posture is held and maintained for 3-5mins or longer. In this practice, we apply moderate stress to the connective tisues of the body with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. This is a more meditative yoga where the practice opens the organ meridians of the body to promote deep healing and regeneration. It brings balance and calmness to the body and mind.

The practice is accompanied by sound healing from the Tibetan singing bowls. Sound healing promotes relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, balances your chakra and re-energize your auric field.

This session is to allow each individual to experience the benefit of Yin Yoga and Sound Healing. We believe that everyone is unique and different healing modalities is appeal to each individual. We wish to educate and equip the participants on the knowledge of how we can use yoga poses as well as sound healing to improve our physical and mental health.
Everyone is welcome to experience the session. No age limit and or prior yoga experience is required.

WHAT TO BRING

Yoga Mat, Towel and a Water Bottle.

WHY JOIN THIS WORKSHOP

The sounds and vibration from the singing bowls releases the tensions in the physical body and relaxes the mind. This will assist the participants to relax more and go deeper into the Yin Yoga poses. After the session, the participant will feel lighter and more refreshed.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Hazel started out her yoga journey in her early 30s to cope with her hectic lifestyle and bad posture. Upon reaping the benefit of regular yoga practice, she decided to deepen her knowledge on yoga by diving into a 200hrs Teacher’s Training Course at Tirisula Yoga in Singapore and further enhance her knowledge and practice with 300hrs at Association for  Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India. She is also a 500hours certified Yoga therapist. She works with patients of varied health conditions and has witnessed the vast improvement on her patients who underwent treatment with her. She is a firm believer in holistic therapy for overall mental and physical wellbeing. Hence, she armed herself with some useful skills in swedish massage, sports massage and Myofascial Release. Additionally, she is a himalayan singing bowl practitioner and is also an apprentice from the internationally renowned Singing bowl pioneer – Master Shree from Nepal.

DETAILS

National Gallery Singapore
29th May 2021 (Sat)
2:00PM – 3:30PM
Price: $18
Participants: Min 8/ Max 20*

BOOK A SLOT
*This class has a minimum number of participants. Should the class be cancelled, you will be informed 24 hours in advance.
^There may be photography/videography during the session. If you are uncomfortable, please let us know at the sign-in counter on the day of the workshop.