What exactly is Yin yoga? It is a meditative approach with a physical focus. As one ages, flexibility in the joints decreases and Yin yoga is a wonderful way to maintain that flexibility. Yin Yoga postures are more passive, mainly on the floor. It is unique in that you are asked to relax in the yoga pose, find your breath as your body moves closer in releasing the aches and pains our bodies seem to hold.
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"I love yin yoga taught by Bob Tenbarge. Over the years, I’ve studied many forms of yoga with many instructors, but Bob’s yin yoga classes surpass them all. His teaching style is easy to follow, and he brings in additional knowledge to help practitioners understand the benefits of yin yoga. Each class focuses on a different area of the body and is never repetitive or boring. He’s adept at creating a yoga flow on-the-spot too if class participants want to work on a certain area of the body. I can’t say enough good things about Bob’s classes. I love them so much, I don’t practice any other form of yoga now."
"Yin Yoga provides a calming hour for myself in the midst of a week of work and home stresses. After many years of being away from yoga, I’m once again gaining my flexibility and inner strength. The instructor is wonderful, caring and very informative. Everyone is different in their journey; it’s only taking the first step and continuing to make it better! A care-about-yourself must for everyone in life."