Often referred to as deep stretching, yin yoga focuses on passive poses held for long periods of time (usually 3 to 5 minutes). This type of yoga improves flexibility and mobility, as deep stretching can help with the release of fascia (connective tissue). If you’re looking for beginners’ yoga in Brisbane, the slower pace of yin yoga makes it easy to practice, and the time between poses allows for introspectiveness and mindfulness.
Roll & release (myofascial release)
Roll & release yoga uses myofascial release techniques to target trigger points in the body, which helps to relieve tension and release connective tissue. Using various sized trigger balls and props, it’s like giving yourself a deep tissue massage!
Vin/yin yoga is one of our most popular yoga classes in West End. It involves half vinyasa yoga (power yoga) and half yin yoga (deep stretching yoga). Offering the perfect combination of movement, heat building and vinyasa flow, each class finishes with deep stretches and relaxation.
Aerial Restorative Classes focus the mind through powerful visualizations as it floats the body through a series of gentle gyro-kinetic motions, deeply opening the entire spine, hips and connective tissues of the body. This technique features full body inversions, alongside various forms of flowing spinal traction and floating savasana.