Most forms of what we in the West refer to as yoga are dynamic, active practices designed to actively work the muscular aspect of our body, otherwise known as the yang tissues. Yin Yoga has us working the deeper yin tissues of our ligaments, tendons, joints, deep fascial networks and even bones.
Poses are held from 2-5 minutes and in some instances, up to 20 minutes. Yin is not a form of rehabilitative yoga and is much more challenging than many people think. It is a great form of meditation as well.
Rick Brandl, RMT is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) that offers services such as sports massage, craniosacral therapy, somatoemotional release therapy, deep tissue massage, pregnancy or prenatal massage, reiki therapy, grief recovery therapy, neuro-linguistic programming, timeline therapy, yoga and yin-yoga exercise.
Rick’s clinic is located on Lakeshore Drive between Gertrude Street East and MacDonald Street East in North Bay, Ontario. His background in Jiu jitsu made him knowledgeable about sports massage. He is also actively training in Jiu jitsu and Muay Thai.