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Free Yin Yoga Sequences & Meditations

Enjoy some free Yin yoga classes with me on Youtube.

We hold each yoga asanas for extended periods in Yin yoga to maximize a deep stretch into the fascia-focused areas. As we hold the pose, we can become more receptive & reflective to what’s happening within & around the body, in addition to noticing our reactions & responses to the stillness. Variations/props are offered to help you relax within the target area.

The practice encourages mindful, conscious breathing, listening to your body & observing the mind, returning you to a sense of wholeness.

Rebounds: Sometimes we do several shapes before a rebound, sometimes a rebound after every pose, sometimes long holds/rebounds & sometimes shorter holds/rebounds. Every class is slightly different, so you gain creativity within your practice.

Yin Yoga – Yin yoga shapes & rebounds.

Yin Yoga Flow – A flow of Yin yoga shapes & rebounds, includes one/three short Downward Dog Yang poses

FREE YIN YOGA SEQUENCES

In Chinese medicine, Qi/Ki/Prana/energy moves through a network of energy pathways called ‘meridians’ that interconnect with corresponding organs, tissues & cells.

There are twelve main meridians seen as the main points of energy storage & distribution. Within Traditional Chinese Medicine, an organ’s Qi/energy moves through that organ’s meridian & there is an inter-connectivity of our emotions & physical health where our emotions can impact the health of the body & vice versa. The twelve significant meridians consist of five Yin meridians: Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidneys, & Liver & five Yang meridians: the Small intestines, Stomach, Large intestine, Urinary bladder, Gallbladder; the Pericardium meridian, & the Triple Warmer, also known as the San Jiao meridian.

Each class sequence offers a specific or combinational meridian focus.


FREE YIN YOGA SEQUENCE

These are free yin yoga sequences that target the shoulders, chest, arms & spine. They will encourage blood & energy flow through these areas that tend to get constricted by how we physically carry ourselves & hold onto our mental/emotional ‘baggage.’ Promoting the opening of the upper body to create space at the heart center & restore a sense of peace where there may be anxiety. Six meridians begin or end in the fingers of the hands. They all pass through the shoulder, or armpit & six upper body meridians are the Heart, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Lung, Pericardium, & Triple Warmer/San Jiao.


FREE YIN YOGA SEQUENCE FOR HIPS AND HAMSTRINGS

These are free Yin yoga sequences that focus on the lower body. The hips are an area that can often hold a lot of unconscious tension, old emotions & deep vulnerabilities, which can lead to a shortening of the tissues, pain, tightness, lack of mobility & tension.
With deep reflective stretches, these sequences will release lower back pain, hip, pelvis, groin & leg stiffness & reduce muscle soreness & discomfort.
The six meridians that begin or end in the lower body are the Liver, Gall Bladder, Kidney, Urinary Bladder, Spleen, & Stomach meridians.


FREE YIN YOGA AND MYOFASCIAL RELEASE

These are free yin yoga sequences that include myofascial release techniques. There are many benefits to working with myofascial release techniques. These include reducing pain, releasing knots/trigger points, improving movement & flexibility, improving muscle function, enhancing circulation by breaking up the tight areas where blood flow may become restricted, & reducing exercise-related soreness.


free yin yoga for stress anxiety

Yin Yoga Therapy sequences are structured to create space for specific misalignments you may be experiencing within both body/mind. The class sequences will rejuvenate the body, clear the mind, open up the heart, & allow energetic healing to take place.

These classes are suitable for all levels of experience & ability.

Variations are given to suit all skeletal structures. Always listen to your body.


free yin yoga for beginners

A variety of meditations to compliment your Yin yoga practice. Including diaphragm breathing, Nadi Shodhana, a manifestation meditation, and developing self-compassion.

Online Yin Yoga Teacher Training 50 Hours

online yin yoga teacher training

A creative online Yin yoga & Chinese Medicine training program combining body movement, mental resilience techniques, & developing emotional quotient.


This online Yin yoga teacher training is an entirely self-paced teacher training program to gently guide you through all the fundamental aspects of the Yin yoga practice, including fundamental philosophical & physiology aspects; how to place this theory into the application of Yin yoga, & how to take these principles with you off the mat.

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Free Yin Yoga Sequences & Meditations

Enjoy some free Yin yoga classes with me on Youtube.

We hold each yoga asanas for extended periods in Yin yoga to maximize a deep stretch into the fascia-focused areas. As we hold the pose, we can become more receptive & reflective to what’s happening within & around the body, in addition to noticing our reactions & responses to the stillness. Variations/props are offered to help you relax within the target area.

The practice encourages mindful, conscious breathing, listening to your body & observing the mind, returning you to a sense of wholeness.

Rebounds: Sometimes we do several shapes before a rebound, sometimes a rebound after every pose, sometimes long holds/rebounds & sometimes shorter holds/rebounds. Every class is slightly different, so you gain creativity within your practice.

Yin Yoga – Yin yoga shapes & rebounds.

Yin Yoga Flow – A flow of Yin yoga shapes & rebounds, includes one/three short Downward Dog Yang poses

FREE YIN YOGA SEQUENCES

In Chinese medicine, Qi/Ki/Prana/energy moves through a network of energy pathways called ‘meridians’ that interconnect with corresponding organs, tissues & cells.

There are twelve main meridians seen as the main points of energy storage & distribution. Within Traditional Chinese Medicine, an organ’s Qi/energy moves through that organ’s meridian & there is an inter-connectivity of our emotions & physical health where our emotions can impact the health of the body & vice versa. The twelve significant meridians consist of five Yin meridians: Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidneys, & Liver & five Yang meridians: the Small intestines, Stomach, Large intestine, Urinary bladder, Gallbladder; the Pericardium meridian, & the Triple Warmer, also known as the San Jiao meridian.

Each class sequence offers a specific or combinational meridian focus.


FREE YIN YOGA SEQUENCE

These are free yin yoga sequences that target the shoulders, chest, arms & spine. They will encourage blood & energy flow through these areas that tend to get constricted by how we physically carry ourselves & hold onto our mental/emotional ‘baggage.’ Promoting the opening of the upper body to create space at the heart center & restore a sense of peace where there may be anxiety. Six meridians begin or end in the fingers of the hands. They all pass through the shoulder, or armpit & six upper body meridians are the Heart, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Lung, Pericardium, & Triple Warmer/San Jiao.


FREE YIN YOGA SEQUENCE FOR HIPS AND HAMSTRINGS

These are free Yin yoga sequences that focus on the lower body. The hips are an area that can often hold a lot of unconscious tension, old emotions & deep vulnerabilities, which can lead to a shortening of the tissues, pain, tightness, lack of mobility & tension.
With deep reflective stretches, these sequences will release lower back pain, hip, pelvis, groin & leg stiffness & reduce muscle soreness & discomfort.
The six meridians that begin or end in the lower body are the Liver, Gall Bladder, Kidney, Urinary Bladder, Spleen, & Stomach meridians.


FREE YIN YOGA AND MYOFASCIAL RELEASE

These are free yin yoga sequences that include myofascial release techniques. There are many benefits to working with myofascial release techniques. These include reducing pain, releasing knots/trigger points, improving movement & flexibility, improving muscle function, enhancing circulation by breaking up the tight areas where blood flow may become restricted, & reducing exercise-related soreness.


free yin yoga for stress anxiety

Yin Yoga Therapy sequences are structured to create space for specific misalignments you may be experiencing within both body/mind. The class sequences will rejuvenate the body, clear the mind, open up the heart, & allow energetic healing to take place.

These classes are suitable for all levels of experience & ability.

Variations are given to suit all skeletal structures. Always listen to your body.


free yin yoga for beginners

A variety of meditations to compliment your Yin yoga practice. Including diaphragm breathing, Nadi Shodhana, a manifestation meditation, and developing self-compassion.

Online Yin Yoga Teacher Training 50 Hours

online yin yoga teacher training

A creative online Yin yoga & Chinese Medicine training program combining body movement, mental resilience techniques, & developing emotional quotient.


This online Yin yoga teacher training is an entirely self-paced teacher training program to gently guide you through all the fundamental aspects of the Yin yoga practice, including fundamental philosophical & physiology aspects; how to place this theory into the application of Yin yoga, & how to take these principles with you off the mat.

free yin yoga


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