29th May 2021, 9.45am-11am
The Psoas Muscle, also referred to as The Muscle of the Soul, holds on to habits from our sedentary lifestyles and traumatic experiences on a cellular level. The psoas muscles embody our survival instincts and primal urges of the human anatomy. This 90-minute practice flows through gentle hip opening asanas to release the tension from the psoas muscles and sometimes, help us feel emotions that can help us heal.
Who is it for?
Any modern desk-bound folk and anyone looking for a gentle mindful practice to end off their week. No experience in yoga necessary.
What to bring?
Your yoga mat
Something to keep you warm like a loose cardigan or a blanket
Journal & Pen for reflection
About the facilitator, Fatin Syahirah
"Yoga has been a big part of my life close to 10 years, and my practice has helped me grow stronger, be more flexible and fearless, on and off the mat. Through my practice, I have learnt to live each moment more mindfully. Trained in movement and performance from Bali and Singapore, I also completed my 200 hour Hatha Vinyasa training with Yoga Mala (SG). I will always be a student of the practice and am deeply grateful for the loving wisdom my teachers have shared with me. In my classes, I love to combine creative sequencing, a spirit of playfulness and a dose of inspiration to help you deepen your practice. I seek to help others thrive in live by nurturing body, mind and soul with yoga, and my hope is that you step off the mat feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced."
If you're interested in more yoga sessions unique to The Moon, Fatin also conducts other yoga sessions such as Sun and Moon Hatha Flow Series, Weekend Flow and Blindfold Vinyasa.