As cool Yin days lighten into a new Yang season, the sun and moon energy flow from one to the other, in harmony and balance. The Yin moon curls toward the vibrant sun. Yang sun moves away, yet emanates warm rays. The Yang sun reaches outward, with bright days ahead. Working with the energy of Spring Liver and balancing Yin and Yang. using the Liver and Gall Bladder Meridians in Chinese Meridians, we work on standing poses, twists, backbends and folding.
Yin and Yang, sun and moon, day and night, light and dark, open and closed, full and empty. Opposites that create the other, collaborators on a journey of balance. One only exists with the other, and each is part of the other. This harmony reminds us to balance energies in life, especially in breath, movement and thought. Learn to ebb and flow as water, bend as young bamboo, bloom as flowers, and bow as branches to earth. As nature's myriad forms balance opposites, we can find similiar ways to balance body and mind. Effort and ease, movement and stillness, yoga and meditation, work and rest.
Bringing Yin to Yang and transforming the energy into service.
Over the past 25 years, Cora Wen has built her reputation as an internationally acclaimed yoga practitioner and teacher.Learn more about Cora