Thu, 02 Sep | CET Studio

Vin to Yin Yoga

This class will guide you through a slow vinyasa flow to help you unwind and bring you into the present moment. Practicing this style of yoga is a nice complement to an active stressful lifestyle by helping you turn inward and focus on your breath and stillness.
Vin to Yin Yoga

Time & Location

02 Sep, 20:30 – 16 Dec, 21:30
CET Studio, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich, Switzerland

Info

Instructor: Meredith Bachman

Thursdays 20:30 - 21:30

September - 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

October - 7, 28

November - 4, 11, 18, 25,

December -2, 9, 16

Cost: 375 CHF

Evening Vin to Yin In our vin to yin class our teacher will guide you through a slow vinyasa flow for the first half of class to help you unwind and bring you into the present moment. The second half of the class will be focused on holding passive relaxing postures that work deep into your body’s connective tissues and encourage complete relaxation and a down-shift in your nervous system. Practicing this style of yoga is a nice complement to an active stressful lifestyle by helping you turn inward and focus on your breath and stillness.

Because of COVID-19 we cannot provide mats and props. Please bring a bottle of water, yoga mat, blanket and/or pillow which will be used to help support your body in the restorative portion of class. If you have blocks at home, feel free to bring them along as well for extra support. All skill levels are welcome to join.

Meredith Bachman

A teacher since 2015, Meredith’s classes are rooted in approachability, strength, thoughtfulness, heart and soul. She is known for her unique and athletic flows that help students explore what their bodies are capable of in an accessible way. Her intention as a teacher is to help students connect with themselves on a deeper level that exposes the wisdom around aligning physical and emotional wellbeing.

With over 1000 hours of teaching experience she earned certifications in vinyasa, restorative, and sculpt training from Corepower Yoga in Seattle Washington. Before moving to Zürich she was managing the studio and teaching full time as well as leading several 200 hour trainings.