In our busy and demanding world, it is sometimes difficult to take the time to relax and recover. Fortunately, there are several methods that can help create inner peace. And promoting physical, mental and emotional well-being. In this blog we will talk about the power of Yin Yoga, Rolfing and Breathwork. And how they can work together to achieve deep relaxation and healing.
The psoas is also called the “muscle of the soul”. When you experience tension in the psoas, this often comes from continually crossing your boundaries and not being connected to your soul. By connecting with your body, you can connect with your soul. Yin Yoga is a beautiful way to loosen the psoas muscle. You can read more about it in this blog.
Chinese Medicine is connected to a circle of Elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal. Different emotions are associated with these elements. These emotions are again connected to organs. The organs affect physical and emotional balance. You can practice Yin Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation as a tool to balance the 5 elements. In this article you can read about the earth element and how it is connected to the 5 elements in balance, organs, emotions and patterns.
Yin & Fascia Therapy is a form of yoga that uses props as fascia balls. By using these in yoga poses, complaints can be solved on a deeper level. For example, yin yoga poses are combined with massage balls. But building strength is also important in keeping the fascia flexible and strengthening the body.
After doing several yoga teacher trainings, movement therapy trainings and breathing courses I realized that it is all bringing us back to our own breathing rhythm. Movement. Breathing. Releasing. The rhythm that I was searching for years. When I was younger. In my revalidation period after my car accident and nowadays still in all the information, activities and exercises that is coming to us. The most important thing is connecting with who you really are. With your emotions. With your feelings. With your core values. Connecting with your own breathing rhythm and keep following this rhythm.