Yin Yoga by Kim Eng
DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~3948 kbps | English: AC3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 01:17:53 | 4.14 GB
Genre: Sport, Yoga
"Most of our lives are directed by the energy of doing-known as yang in the Taoist tradition. To bring life into balance, we need to cultivate its opposite, yin, the energy of "allowing." Now Kim Eng offers a powerful program of conscious movement to help us balance these forces and accept each moment just as it is. Join her on Presence Through Movement: Yin Yoga to learn postures and practices that take you into this state of presence."
Set in a serene garden, this video begins with gentle instruction on a variety of meditative poses including the Long-Legged Butterfly, Sleeping Swan, and Dragon. By inviting us to hold these postures and sink deeply into the inner body, Kim enables us to discover our "comfortable edge"-a process that can release deeply held traumas and bring about true stillness. Complete with both long and short practices inspired by Kim's own awakening process as well as a variety of other traditions, this program helps us "be the space"-by allowing, accepting, and opening to whatever arises.
"By learning to move-and hold-our body with intention, we can begin to balance our inner and outer worlds," teaches Kim. Suitable for both beginners and advanced practitioners, Presence Through Movement: Yin Yoga is a portal to the beauty and serenity of the Now.
Kim Eng is a counsellor and spiritual teacher whose "Presence Through Movement" workshops focus on the integration of mind, body, and spirit. As Eckhart Tolle's teaching partner, she has helped translate his ideas into a structured practice. She is the author of Meditations for a New Earth and Presence Through Movement: Qi Flow Yoga.