«Take time each day to sit quietly and listen.» Bouddha
Yin & Yang
In Chinese philosophy the YANG is the masculine, the dynamic, the fire and the heat. With a rhythm obsessed with speed, the constant search for efficiency and the quest for profitability, the Yang is very stimulated ... But it is essential to find a complement to the YANG, something calm, resting and rooting. The feminine side, grace, is YIN.
A Yin practice focuses more on the opposite path: remain calm, posed in a posture, and accept the present moment to take the time to listen to what is going on inside of us , the emotions that go through us etc.
A YIN practice aims at the well-being of internal organs through the stimulation of energy in the meridians.