These classes focus on poses that compress and twist the stomach and abdominal region, as well as activating the meridians of the stomach and spleen.
I’m sharing two classes with you, I hope you try one or both. I also have some yin yoga FAQ below.
Yin Yoga for Stomach and Spleen Class 1
FAQ: Yin Yoga Stomach and Spleen
What is the difference between yin yoga and other yoga?
Other yoga classes (also called yang, hatha, flow, or vinyasa) focus on strengthening and stretching your muscles. Yin yoga focuses on relaxing muscles to move into deep connective tissues, your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s slow and even meditative, offering you the time to focus on the sensations in your practice. However, this slow and still style of yoga is often what makes it challenging for people. Being still involves practice!
Yes, anyone can do this form of yoga, regardless of age, level, or experience with yoga.
Yes. Even though these classes are styled with focus on the stomach and spleen, connected to the Earth Element in Traditional Chinese Medicine, you can enjoy both these classes other times of the year. There are many benefits to enjoy – physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Yin Yoga for Late Summer Class 2
Enjoy, x Dreena