Lynn van den Einde
Yin Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga
How / when did yoga come into your life? What does yoga mean to you?
In the summer of 2008 I came into contact with yoga through a friend. Already after the first lesson I noticed what it did with my body and after a few more lessons also with my mind. I started to become both more powerful and more flexible. But for me it is mainly the mental benefits such as inner peace, self-confidence and passion for life that have made yoga a very important part of my life. I practice yoga every day and in recent years I have mastered various forms of yoga and the common thread in whatever form that I practice always remains the same: yoga teaches you to listen to your body.
What can students expect in your lesson? What do you want to give your students?
At the moment I teach Yin Yoga and relaxation is the most important thing. That does not mean that it is always easy. Because in order to be able to relax certain factors certainly play a role. But it is the basis of the practice. The more you do a yin practice, the more you learn to listen to your body and enjoy silence. And as soon as you allow yourself silence and your body gives in to it, you almost automatically get a quieter mind. What I want to convey is that students can achieve a lot when they have compassion for their bodies and their "thinking." Through their yoga practice, they gain an increasingly better insight into how they can handle themselves and others more consciously.
What do you do besides yoga?
In addition to yoga, I work as an interim recruiter. This can be for one company or for several small companies that need advice, guidance or a start-up in the recruitment field.
Which courses did you follow?
2016 - Opleiding Mindfulness Trainer
2015 - Yin Yoga Docentenopleiding Module 1
2015 - Bijscholing Insight Yin Yoga
2011 - 4-day workshop ‘Ashtanga Yoga fort he rest of your Life’
2011 - 5-day Primary Series Adjustment Clinic
2011 - Ashtanga Yoga Intensieve Training
2011 - 7-day intensieve ‘Ashtanga First Series Teacher Training’