Yin Yoga

Yin is a very unique form of yoga asana practice that is commonly thought of as “newer”, when in fact many of the postures are as ancient as any other style.  Yin is a great compliment to all our other styles, as well as other vigorous exercises and sports (i.e. body-building, running, soccer, crossfit). Yin yoga is performed in a warm to cool environment between 70 – 85 F.  All postures are seated or on the floor and held for long durations, about 3 – 7 minutes depending on the pose. This is in order to access deeper connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and fascia which can attribute to about 40% of our overall flexibility.  It is also a very calming and soothing practice done either silent or with music. Great for stress reduction, peace of mind and tranquility after a long day, therapeutic to joints and internal organs.

Bridging a scientific background with meditation, depth psychology, sound healing, breath and bodywork, Ron Wyn (RYT, M.A.) has spent the last thirty years developing a unique career as a writer, facilitator, and counselor. The powerful body/mind techniques compiled, adapted, and thoroughly tested along the way comprise Ron’s intimate mantra project, which aims at providing fellow humans with the means for

Maui is a self-proclaimed movement enthusiast and messenger of wonder. He studied various yoga modalities at the Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja California, Mexico and is a registered Yoga Alliance instructor at the 200-RYT level as well as a certified Reiki healer. To him, leading a yoga practice is not only about teaching proper poses; it’s about hinting at the underlying truth – it is all connected! Maui is friendly and humorous, yet well versed in asana and yogic philosophy. He creates a casual, welcoming, and nonjudgmental atmosphere where one is free to experiment and be creative. Thanks to his background in various movement arts (fire juggling, capoeira, dance, and bouldering), his inspired flows and pose variations can be playful and eccentric. Come prepared for anything! Each class is well thought out and refreshingly different than the last. His main ambition: To inspire and empower individuals to get moving, explore, and sustain a balanced & personally fulfilling lifestyle.

I began teaching Bikram Yoga in 2002 and other styles of yoga since 2004. I became interested in health and healing while experiencing serious health issues my late teen’s and traditional medicine could not offer solutions. I began studying alternative healing practices and philosophies. Along that journey, I became a Certified Reiki Master, Kinesiologist, Iridologist, Spiritual Response Therapist, Rebirthing Facilitator,

Seth,  originally from Seattle,  Washington, has been teaching yoga for five years, and practicing for 16 years.  He has studied yin yoga with Bernie Clark and Sarah Powers, Ghosh lineage with Esak Garcia, Vipassana meditation with senior teacher  S.N Goenka, and iRest, yoga nidra with Richard Miller. Seth was first introduced into yoga when he was 14 years of age