Hello friends, today I thought I’d share a selection of my yin yoga classes.
I posted these videos to my youtube channel in recent months, so this will give you the opportunity to sink in and try a class (or more)!
Remember that yin yoga is truly for everybody – every body. It’s a gentle, slow-paced style of yoga where postures are held for longer periods of time than in other yoga classes. Poses may be held anywhere from a minute to five minutes or more.
Yin Yoga FAQ
Yes, anyone can do this form of yoga, regardless of age, level, or experience with yoga.
“Regular” yoga (also called yang, hatha, flow, or vinyasa) focuses on strengthening and stretching your muscles. Yin yoga focuses on relaxing muscles to move into deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s slow and even meditative, offering you the time to focus on the sensations in your practice.
The challenge with this style of yoga is the stillness and remaining patient with the longer holds of the pose. This mental and physical distraction ‘discomfort’ can make yin yoga more challenging than a more dynamic form of yoga.
It’s a combination of both, even though most yin postures are quite passive. But some postures (asanas) are more yang in nature or contain. yang elements.
In general, yes, you can do a daily yin yoga class. However, it depends on the student and also the degree of exertion. Sometimes we push ourselves too far in yin which can result in soreness. Listen to your body during and between classes.
Let’s get into a yin yoga class! Below are several sequences I have posted on youtube. Choose one or more, explore in your body.
I hope you enjoy. x Dreena
This yin yoga is lovely! I think that says it all! Thank you!
That’s just lovely to read, thanks Cathy!