Janice Wong Derbyshire, Glossop
During a class the body, breath and mind are sensitively integrated through fluid and rhythmic movements of steady vinyasa flow and passive long held yin poses, linking breathing exercises, meditation and relaxation practices. There is an emphasis on the internal energetic system, to nourish and bring vitality to the organ and meridian systems. Thus allowing the body, breath, mind and spirit to connect and restoring a sense of well being, balance and harmony. Experimenting with these “tools” of yoga will enhance our physical and mental health, whilst cultivating a deeper sense of awareness and inquiry.
I am particularly fascinated by the energetic and internal systems of the body and how with the right tools can bring a sense of “wholeness” and well-being. My practice of Yin Yoga, meditation and fascination with Chinese medicine has led to further studies with Sarah and Ty Powers – both very inspirational teachers, whom I have completed my teacher training in Yin Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation.