Yin/Restorative Yoga (Warm)


This class is taught by:

Caitlin Kelly

Caitlin was introduced to yoga 12 years ago, as therapy from a sports injury. She fell in love with the way yoga made her physically strong, emotionally balanced, and how it opened up spiritual connections that she never thought possible. She began a regular practice, and never looked back!

Caitlin has a 200 hour certification in Vinyasa Yoga, a 100 hour certification in Yin Yoga, and has been teaching yoga over the years to adults, children, mama's to be, and anyone willing to give yoga a try. Teaching is Caitlin's passion, and she strives to create a loving, safe space for all of her students to learn, grow, be challenged, and relax all at the same time. She is honored to be able to share her experiences, knowledge and love for movement and yoga with anyone willing to open their hearts and minds and give it a try.

Justine Bacon

 
Justine is an inquisitive, boundary pushing explorer with many deep passions in her life and for our natural world. In her four years of teaching she has taught weekly classes, workshops, teacher trainings, fundraising events, and fitness bootcamps in and around Center City Philadelphia. Her wanderlust has taken her both nationally and internationally to teach on retreat. A teacher in service to her community, she is a Co-founder of Philly Yoga Factory, Philly's first pay-what-you-can yoga program, offering classes every single day of the week. Justine uses her teaching in every opportunity to make her community brighter. An environmentalist, Justine teaches yoga on land and on water and assists with cleanups to raise the community's level of love and awareness for our world.

Justine holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Temple University. Always a student, Justine studies many traditions for both her teaching and personal practice. She is an E-RYT 200 and YACEP and holds certifications as well as continued education credits in Hot Vinyasa Yoga, SUP Yoga, Yin Yoga as well as Power Yoga and Hot Yoga fusion formats. She has had the pleasure to contribute to the Philly Area Yoga blog and the honor of being featured in Philadelphia Magazine's Be Well Philly annual print edition 2015-2016 for her cyclist and runner's classes. She is a proud Pro-Ambassador of Jade Yoga Mats.
In yin yoga we target the connective tissues, such as ligaments and fascia, along with the energetic systems of the body, bringing the body into balance and increasing it’s natural range of motion. Most poses are done while seated or lying down and are held in stillness for 3-5 minutes. This practice will leave you feeling refreshed, renewed and restored. The room will be heated to 80 degrees.