Fascia stretch/YinYoga 

Find  areas of blockages in your body and release them

Fascia stretch

 Fascia is a connective tissue that divides body structures and is classified into superficial and deep layers: the superficial layer lies between the skin and the muscle, the deep layers are found between muscles, around organs and vessels such as nerves. The most interesting aspect of the fascial system is that it is not just a series of separate coverings, but rather one continuous structure that exists from head to toe without interruption.  In traditional stretching, the muscle is lengthened until a stretch is felt and then pushed farther. Fascia stretching is the opposite of traditional stretching and furthermore: the muscles are never taken to the end range, therefore there is no risk of over-stretching. Fascia stretching is hence safer stretching, perfect for beginners.
The basic fascia stretching equation:

  1. Shorten the area you are stretching.
  2. Add compression by activating or contracting the shortened muscle or area.
  3. Move in the opposite direction.

Prices:   Singles class – 45 SGD

Yin Yoga Classes

Yin Yoga will create a deep stretch that is more adapted for those who know their body limits.  By holding poses up to 4 minutes it creates a deep tissue relaxation work. The immediate effect is an action on the connective tissues which are getting thicker with time, reducing our flexibility. By holding the positions we stretch those tissues, activating the circulation of fluids. A sensation of heat occurs after holding the posture in which you have literally sunk as you need to totally relax your muscles. At the end of the session you will have a feeling of space in your body and mind. The aim is to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility as the poses stretch and exercise the bone and joint areas. It also helps us to regulate the body’s flow of energy.

Prices:   Singles class – 45 SGD