The Yin and the Yang

Ideally, a practice should include and equivalent mix of both yin and yang postures that derives in a state of balance in the body and mind.

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yinyangAlmost one month for the Barcelona Yoga Conference? Are you excited?!

By now, perhaps you´ve checked the program and chosen to take some classes with your favorite teachers or participate in some of the proposed workshops.

An important thing to consider when you make your choices is that your activities are “balanced” and by this I mean, make sure you plan to have a Yin and Yang combination in your choices so that you can fully enjoy your days at the Conference and not end up excessively drained or wishing you´ve distributed your choices in a better way. Some planning is helpful.

The Yin – Yang concept is perhaps the most known, documented and used within Taoism, two halves that together complete wholeness. The word Yin translates as “shady” or “soft” and Yang as “sunny” or “strong”.  This concept is equivalent to the Ha-Tha = “Ha” = Sun / “Tha” =moon

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