Moondance Wellness Yoga Studio
1200 Woodbine Lane
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
(This is a personal residence; come to the front door and the yoga studio is right next to this entrance!).
Feel free to utilize the driveway (especially when it’s raining!) or you can park anywhere on the street (we’re in a cul-de-sac).
What to Bring:
You do NOT need to bring a yoga mat or any props – we’ve got everything you’ll need!
There’s always hot tea to sip on, but feel free to bring some water for yourself if you’d like.
There is also a bathroom/changing room for your use.
Questions? Lost? Last Minute Class Reservation?
Call or Text Angela @ 763-227-2837
IF THERE IS NO ONE REGISTERED FOR A CLASS, CLASS WILL NOT RUN THAT DAY SO PLEASE SIGN UP IN ADVANCE – THANK YOU!
Why I Personally Love Yin Yoga…from Instructor Angela Kittock
Yin Yoga is the practice of “quiet power.” Sharing roots with the practices of Chinese Medicine and Taoism, it offers benefits for us physically, mentally, emotionally, and energetically. Requiring no special skills, it asks us to bring our busy minds and our stiff bodies just as we are, to show up and experience the benefits.
For me, this is what I practiced for years when the discomfort and pain of Crohn’s disease prevented me from practicing more vigorous styles. By accident it’s what ended up eradicating years of back pain when nothing else was working.
It’s what I practiced in my hospital room to keep my body limber and my spirits high – and what I still practice after too many days of sitting at a desk.
It’s often what I’m doing when I get my best and clearest ideas – especially when I’m too busy or my mind is too full of static to hear anything clearly. It’s what I consciously practice when I’m pushing too hard to find an answer – because the answer usually reveals itself when we get quiet and still enough to hear it.
It’s what makes my body feel better and my spirits brighter every single time I come back to it. Through teaching the practice I’ve seen students both young and old work through physical aches and ailments, able to use their joints and enjoy their bodies in a whole new way.
I’ve had students tell me the practice helped them during a difficult emotional time, or that it changed their whole outlook on life, or became their weekly “therapy.”
Yin yoga is the only style of yoga I teach now because it’s exactly what we all need more of – physical ease, mental calm, emotional peace, and the practice of slowing down.
– Angela Kittock
**No experience necessary – busy minds & stiff bodies always encouraged to attend!!