Online Live-stream Yin Yoga & Meditation session
Every Wednesday evening, from 20.00 – 21.15 on Zoom!
Tune in from your home – we start the session with a meditation to dive from the mind into the heart. To let the day slide of our shoulders, in gratitude. And from there, we dive into the stretches and prepare ourselves for a peaceful night. Yin Yoga poses can help you to open up and rejuvenate your body, to fully arrive into the body and into the present moment.
In the sessions I give there is also lot’s of room for silence. So you can fully go inwards and be with whatever there is in the moment. And there is live music in Savasana (the end relaxation) 🙂
Date: every Wednesday evening
Time: 20.00 – 21.15
Location: in your own home
Exchange: pay as you feel; 5, 10, 15 euro or any amount that feels good to you. Find the links below and on the general yoga page on this website.
Extra: every session will be recorded. If you wish to receive it, so you can repeat the session in your own time at home, let me know by sending me a message and you will receive the link!
Using Zoom – how do I enter the session?
Use this link to show up from your computer or mobile phone:
Meeting-ID: 883 012 6582
Make sure you’ll sign in to Zoom early enough via your email or Facebook account, and have the password ready.
If you haven’t got the Zoom app yet (on your phone or laptop), click this link to download and install the Zoom App.
Choose your device. Use a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, or you can AirPlay to your Apple TV. Be sure to download the app before class time so you’re ready to go.
What do I need for the session?
A yoga mat, (meditation) cushion and blanket. If you have it; an eye pillow for the end relaxation is super nice!
Pay as you feel – you can do this here
You can pay your exchange through Tikkie (preferred) or Paypal. Pay as you feel: 5, 10 or 15 euro, or any other amount that feels good to you. Thank you! Find the links here:
I am looking forward to sharing this soothing evening practice with you!
With love & enthusiasm,
Photo by Harold Pereira for Yoga Magazine