Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is the practice of deep and prolonged poses, as described by ancient Chinese medicine and Taoist monks. This practice is intended to open up the pathways within the body, allowing for greater flow. The prolonged poses of Yin Yoga enable the release and relaxation of tension within the deep tissues of the body. This form of therapy also enables you to relax your mind, easing any anxiety and stress as you calmly move to and hold each position.

At Dejia Harmony, our wellness specialists are some of the best in the world, offering you a health and wellness experience like no other. Our yogis have dedicated their lives to the practice and teachings of yoga and can help people of all skill levels, achieve balance and inner peace.

Benefits of Yin Yoga

Boosts your circulation

Breathing exercises combined with the muscular recruitment needed for each stress will activate and elevate your natural circulatory system. This encourages oxygen-rich, nutrient-packed blood to flow throughout your body. Increased circulation reduces inflammation, initiates the body’s natural healing process, and promotes the growth of healthy tissues.

Reduces stress levels

Our beautiful yoga studios are the perfect location to achieve inner peace. Controlled breathing and rhythmic movements performed under the direction of our expert Yogi’s enables you to enter a state of complete calmness. The feeling as you leave a Yin Yoga session is powerful and very real. Feelings of anxiety and depression fade as you make your mind and body work together as one.

Learn more About Yin Yoga at Dejia Harmony

If you have any questions about the Yin Yoga sessions we offer at Dejia Harmony or would like to speak with a representative to book a wellness retreat at our resort, call our offices or schedule your booking online today!

Kim Albuerne

Kim participated in her first yoga class in 1997; she knew immediately that this practice would become an integral part of her life. 

Her teaching experience began in 2006 and has expanded exponentially since.  She has her RYT500 and is currently pursuing a Master of Science with a focus in Yoga Therapy (2021). She has worked with all ages and various communities such as ‘Living with Cancer’. 

She holds certifications in Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Somatic, iRest, and Yoga Nidra.  At the core of what she embraces and appreciates about yoga: the learning is on-going. Every time you place yourself on the mat, you experience something new. Yoga is a philosophy that allows the physical to compliment/nurture the mental, emotional and spiritual sides of every individual. 

She hopes that her commitment is evident and encouraging to all who are interested in pursuing this beautiful practice.