Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a quiet practice which takes you deep within yourself. This style of yoga gently stretches the connective tissue of the body, bringing freedom and opening to areas that may feel stuck or very tight while improving motility and range of motion of the joints. Yin yoga will also improve all forms of movement in your body while bringing softness and relaxation to the body, mind, and spirit. Yin yoga also focuses on balancing and harmonizing the meridians (energetic pathways) which are associated with major organs of the body. Yin poses are very specific and done on the floor for an extended period of time. Mornings are an ideal time to practice since the fascia has not been stretched from other muscular activities. Some yoga experience recommended. Note: Videos marked with * are Sunday's live streamed class.  The overall quality and audio of these videos are good and consistent.

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$10

*Yin Yoga: The Hips

This yin practice will open and stretch the hips in more ways

than one.  Approximately 60 minutes. Suggested props: 1 chair, 2 yoga blocks, 1 yoga strap, and 1 yoga blanket or towel as needed for comfort and support.

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$10
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$10
*Yin Yoga: The Upper Back
Stretch, soften, and loosen the fascia of the upper back with various yin poses. This practice will also include working the shoulder joints to help gain access to the upper back. Bonus: Gizmo, my cat, makes a guest appearance! Approximately 60 minutes. Suggested props: 1 block and 1 yoga blanket or towel as needed for comfort and support.
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$10

*Yin Yoga: The Lower Back
Stretch, soften, and loosen the fascia of the lower back with various yin poses. Approximately 60 minutes. Suggested props: 1 block and 1 yoga blanket or towel as needed for comfort and support.
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$6

Yin Yoga: The Spine

This yin practice focuses on the spine. The spine and the muscles and fascia surrounding the spine will move and stretch through backbending, twisting, side bending, and forward folding.  Approximately 26 minutes. Suggested props: 1 block and 1 yoga blanket or towel as needed for comfort and support.