This class is a Yin Spin on a workout. There is gentleness to the moves. It is perfect for cold days when your body needs to warm up gently through moves that are relatively approachable by most. It will give you a gentle challenge.
We will finish with abdominal work.
“Instead of getting hard ourselves and trying to compete, women should try and give their best qualities to men – bring them softness, teach them how to cry.”
Yin is the opposite of Yang. Cold is the opposite of Warm… And Night is the opposite of Day.
We need to be Strong yet Fluid. Fluidity is like water – it represents both softness and strength.
True Power resides in the mastery of opposites.
I have been contemplating a lot … as usual.
Most people nowadays suffer from anxiety and perfectionism. Worry and stress define most of our days on Earth. Most of it is unnecessary and counterproductive. Anyone in a high-stress environment or in a high-stress state of mind is bound to get sick sooner rather than later. Why did we all fall for such a way of living? We are all so busy, stressed out, rushed and worried all the time? Is it the technology overload, the EMFs, the terrible food that destroys our gut flora and thus our gut brain? Or is it because we are all so disconnected from each other swimming in a sea of information and communication yet forgetting to take a deep breath and connect deeply to the Earth and the simplicity that is still all around us.
I am sure it is all of the above plus a few more things.
What we can do about it? You probably know what my suggestions will be.
Come back to your mat daily.
Let go of the internal dialogue at least for a few moments. Pause and take deep breaths.
Practice emptiness. Let it all flow. Turn to a Higher power and flow with ease, calm, grace and strength.
Let go of grudges, resentment, regrets, and worries. Start with a minute a day and add another minute to it each following day and see how your mind transforms.