Yin yoga is a practice of surrender. A practice of divine feminine strength, the ability to melt into discomfort to come out the other side. I am inviting you to practice together, sitting with discomforted in a supported way so that when life doesn't go according to plan, you can leverage the sweet skill of surrender and acceptance instead of "pushing through" at your own expense.
The hour session is a microcosm for life, it is an opportunity to plan seeds of nourishment and practice surrendering so that during the ceremony that is life you can respond from a pure grounded place of truth. We will start with some breathing exercises, followed by some yin yoga poses, and finally end in shavasana.
Please be sure to come on an empty stomach, setting up a place in your home where you are comfortable and can melt into the poses.
This is a donation-based class! Donations are welcome but we welcome any and all.
Please note we are offering this for FREE and as a donation-based class given the global environment.
You should also check out our additional virtual offerings from sound healing & moon meditations to breathwork. --> full events calendar.
Jenna's mission is for people to experience connection and raw freedom. Having gone on her own tranformational journey, involving 1+ year of solo travel, hiking in the Himalayan mountains of Nepal, Vipassana meditation, an ashram in India, and plant medicine in the Amazon jungle of Peru, Jenna's view of the world has greatly shifted over the last 5 years. Her personal experience of freedom, inspired Jenna to found Venture Beyond, a life coaching practice serving clients through the vehicles of conversation, mindfulness, travel, and plant medicine. She is committed to helping others gain clarity by breaking through limiting beliefs, the stories we tell ourselves, and our rationalizing justifications to ultimately embody and expand into our personal power, allowing the beauty that’s always been there to emerge! Jenna has an MA in Social Organizational Psychology from Colombia University and a BA in international management and organizational behavior from Boston University.