What wisdom are you bringing with you from the dark of winter? What are you awakening in yourself? Night and day are in equal balance at the time of the Spring Equinox. Within Chinese Medicine, Wood is the element of Spring. Wood has been at rest, storing and concentrating its energy under a winter blanket, now bursts with new buds and new life. The swelling Wood of spring initiates rebirth - a surge of rising energy. The Wood element represents the liver and the gall bladder. These meridian lines are associated with liver, gallbladder, eyes, blood, tendons and ligaments, anger, frustration and courage. Opening through these meridians can lead to health, vitality and contentment.Join Brianna for a two hour long Yin and Yoga Nidra practice that will help to welcome your body out of hibernation. Yin Yoga is a soft, still, deep and nurturing seated practice. It goes beyond stretching the muscles. It opens and creates space in the body while cultivating elasticity in the fascial system. Through this practice we will create space in the mind and body that will allow the unfolding of a fertile spring. This class includes ritual around creation and renewal, Yin postures focused on the liver and gallbladder meridian lines, and an extended Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation) practice.Pre-registration and full payment will reserve your space. There are no refunds. If canceling more than 24 hours prior to the beginning of a class, workshop or event that requires pre-registration, payment is transferred to a studio credit that can be used for workshops or classes. In the case of a no-show, or cancellation less than 24 hours prior to the beginning of the session, studio credit is forfeited.