Fun Date Ideas Philadelphia

Yoga for couples is a fun adventure into intimacy, play and relaxation and make fun date ideas for those in the Philadelphia area.

The poses are simply a doorway for you both to step deeper into your connection. When you stretch with you partner, your bodies melt each other's tension and tightness. Whether your relationship is new or old, partner yoga will reinvigorate your life and renew your connection.

Partner Yoga is a great way to learn surrender, build trust, and deepen intimacy. Partner Yoga can be practiced by anyone - no previous yoga experience is necessary. Some poses challenge your balance, strength and flexibility, others require your total trust and surrender. Each exercise and breathing technique uses the power of the partner dynamic to achieve more than one person could alone. From creative exercise to profound spiritual work, Partner Yoga delivers a diverse range of benefits to a wide array of people. This well rounded practice requires no special equipment and can be done in any open space (the living room, gym, or park).

For couples who want to explore safe, playful ways of being tender and loving together. You will take turns placing each other in restorative poses and then massaging your partner's hands, feet, neck and face while they simply get to relax and melt. In poses and exercises, partners rely on each other's support to keep correct body alignment, balance, and concentration. In a deeper sense, this physical support fosters deeper feelings of nurture and acceptance. Couples are reminded to respect their own and their partner's limitations of stretching and physical fitness and not push beyond them to the point of discomfort.

When you feel safe and supported you develop the courage to trust others and the strength to confront your fears and embrace your true self. No previous yoga experience is necessary. Beginners and the inflexible are especially welcome. Partner Yoga uses various movements and poses to focus the mind and increase strength, stamina and flexibility which are done in the spirit of nurturing and play. Since yoga is usually such an internally-focused practice, being focused on your significant other is a way to enrich not only your own spirit but your loved one's as well.

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