In this episode we take an introductory dive into the big, wide world of FASCIA. What is it? Where is it? Why does it matter? What does it have to do with Yin Yoga? Listen now to find out!
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Here's the people/websites referenced in this episode:
Melanie McLaughlan - The Yin Space
Tom Myers - Anatomy Trains
Carlos Romero - Livin' Inspired
In this episode I talk a little bit about anxiety from my experience and point of view and talk about how a yin yoga practice can assist to bring you out of that overthinking place to ground you and diffuse some of that energy that usually doesn't feel very nice. I offer some yin yoga poses that I like to use to calm down and yo can see my Yin Yoga Pose Library for the how-to's here.
PLUS, to go along with this episode I've recorded a FREE 'Yin Yoga for Anxiety' practice to YouTube so that you can join me in finding calm, stillness & space. Click here to practice now and feel free to share with others who need it.
If you need assistance with your anxiety or other mental health concerns, reach out to Beyond Blue or Lifeline. They're there to help.
Online Yoga Disclaimer: My aim is to make yin yoga accessible for everyone. Being online, it is up to you to assess whether the class or poses you are choosing to practice are appropriate for you. If you are pregnant or are experiencing any injuries or disease it can be helpful to consult your medical professional prior to practice. Within your yoga practice there may be poses and variations offered that your body is not ready for or are not suitable for you. It is your responsibility to keep yourself safe in your practice and only practice within your own personal limitations. The offerings here are not meant to be prescriptive and are not offering any medical advice. Cat Mead & The Yin Method assume no responsibility for injuries suffered while practicing yoga online.
The liver and gall bladder are a unique yin/yang pair of organs. Listen to find out why, hear about what these organs do, what we might see when there is balance or imbalance and see how we can effect this energy in a yin yoga practice. Want to read the blog instead? Click here. Want to get in touch? Email me at email@example.com or find me on Instagram.