Trees are patient creatures.
They live a long, quiet time, and they know how to stand -- firm through all the changes of day and night, climate and season.
Location: 5000 Montrose At The Museum • 6th Floor Members Room • Houston • Texas • 77006
YIN With Lin: A perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine. Longer holds allow for deep tissue release.
6-Class package $102
12-Class package $184
Location: The Weekley Family YMCA • 7101 Stella Link Drive • Houston • TX • 77025
11:30am Tuesdays & 11:30am Thursdays. Integrative Hatha Yoga: Therapeutic and flowing asana practice focusing on heart and hip openers, twists, postural alignment, the energetic subtle bodies and meditation.
11:30am Wednesdays. Yin Yoga, a dynamic complement to the more yang styles of yoga. By contrast Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues that form our joints. Yin postures are held longer stimulating these tissues and encouraging long-term health and flexibility of the joints. In a Yin session with Lin prepare to untie the knots that bind you, deeply stretching and rehabilitating the joints and the connective tissues. Adding this quieter aspect of yoga into your practice can help you restore balance and focus.
12:30-1pm Thursdays. Weekly, Meditation Practice: An ongoing meditation group and class designed to introduce myriad techniques and traditions while inspiring the benefits of a sustained individual practice. Among the vast benefits of meditation: Mood Management; neuro-chemical balance; relief from anxiety & depression; Increased focus & attention and an increased sense of well being.
Private classes available by appointment.
The Weekley YMCA is so fortunate to have the opportunity to share the talents of Lin Weiss, one of the most patient and gifted certified yoga instructors in America. I took her Yin yoga class at 11:30 today and feel better than I have felt in months. The gentle stretch and peace of mind she facilitates will serve me through a stressful afternoon of meetings and deadlines. Lin is by far one of the most gifted, intuitive leaders in Houston's yoga community. - M. Smith, Editor
Lin’s yoga classes are available to students of all levels, challenging students to practice yoga in a way that honors their individual body while encouraging connection through breathing and thoughtful movements. By the end of class, I feel calm, restored and ‘put back together’. Lin teaches from a place of intentional purpose and healing and her desire to support each student on their own journey shines through her heart-centered approach.
- M. Holmes, Yoga Teacher-In-Training
Six years ago I was blessed to meet Lin & begin practicing yoga with her. I wish I had the words to describe what these years have meant to me, but so often, spiritual growth is beyond words. Without fail, I would ponder during each session…”I don’t know why I am doing this but I do know it is helping me.” During these six years Lin & yoga have journeyed with me through the devastation of Alzheimer’s disease in my husband, his death, and my new life going forward. I now practice twice a week with Lin and I am most grateful for these times of continued growth, healing, and transformation.
- Linda Dalfares, Retired Educator
Thanks for your love and teachings Lin. You're the best yoga teacher!!! The gift is your ability to guide us how to release, and trust we need not carry the tension! And a million other gifts, the ones words can't describe.
- Marlene Minyard, Oil & Gas Account Representative
Lin’s passion for Yoga is evidenced by her warm and personable teaching style. She is a long-time practitioner/instructor of classical Hatha Yoga; Pranayama breathing technique; The Chakra System; and Meditation. Listening with compassion rather than fear, allows us to understand the body’s innate wisdom & propensity for healing. Inspired by Iyengar and Kundalini practice, Lin offers the wisdom of many traditions to address each student’s goals, whether beginner or advanced.
As we train in asana, through the breath, inherent systems of health and well-being are restored. An invigorated sense of life’s purpose emerges. We remember who we are.
"Yoga is not about self-improvement, it's about self-acceptance."
- Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa