Yin Yoga Online Classes
Yin Yoga is a beautiful, slow and intense practice moving deeply into the fascia (connective tissue) of your body. This practice is especially beneficial for people who have tightness, injuries or who have inflammation in their joints. Yin Yoga is very popular due to the amazing feeling it leaves you with after the practice!
All my free online classes can be watched on my YouTube channel.
Yin Yoga for Renewal - Releasing Unwanted Layers - Suitable for all levels
The focus is on renewal, growth and expansion in this stronger Yin Yoga practice. You'll be working your Liver and Gallbladder meridians helping to support your digestive and detoxification processes and help increase your ability to make good decisions. A beautiful practice for spring time or anytime when you are looking to shed old patterns and finding a new start. Suitable for all levels. Included in this practice: - Various yin poses activating the Liver and Gallbladder meridians - Guidance on emotional release of unwanted emotions and how to accept the experience 'as is'
Yin Yoga Goodness for your Shoulders - Suitable for all levels
Typically Yin Yoga is used more for the hips and spine but in this 30 minute class you will find out how amazing these long deep stretches are for your shoulders! Releasing tension you might have build up from working behind your computer, helping to heal shoulder injuries, and increasing your range of motion, all qualities this practice will offer you. Working the Life Force and Digestive meridians to also help you find more emotional balance and happiness. This practice is suitable for all levels. Included in this class: - Deep releasing Yin stretches for the shoulders, including the poses like: Side Child, Shoulder knot, and Collapsed Boat - Guidance on Life Force and Digestive meridians
Yin Yoga- Using the wall to Loosen your Hips
In this Yin yoga practice we'll be using the wall to help deepen the stretch and release in our hips. This practice is great for anyone and especially suited for people with lower back and/or knee issues. Poses include: - Rhino into the wall - Wall Straddle - Wall Figure 4 - Wall Squat - Wall Twisted root - Wall Butterfly Possible props: A blanket for extra support (on your mat) and socks to keep your feet warm. Intro music by my beautiful friend Oonagh Sherrard
Yin Yang Fusion for Courage & Initiative
This 75 minutes practice includes both flow and deep Yin poses to balance the Gallbladder meridian. This meridian relates to our decision making process and give us courage and initiative to create change. Additionally it will help you to sleep more soundly. This practice is suitable for all levels. Included: - Deep releasing Yin stretches - Dancing Warrior flows - Very juicy circular flow with deep side body openings - Relaxation I hope you enjoy this practice. Please like the video and subscribe to my channel for more videos.
Yin Yoga for Lower Back Release
This 30 minutes slow and mindful yin yoga practice includes deep stretches which all focus on fascial release of the lower back and sacral area to help release lower back pain and increase mobility in this area. This yin practice is suitable for all levels. Included in this class: - Deep releasing Yin stretches: Dangle, Squat, Sphynx/Seal, Sleeping Swan, Shoelace, Half Saddle - Various options to safely practice this class - Complete talk through about yin yoga and fascial release Comment: Yes, Shoelace pose is only practiced on one side. You can feel both sides of your hips (Gluteus) in this pose, even though you might feel it slightly stronger in the top leg. If you like to balance it more, move slightly to the side until you feel it evenly in both hips .
Yin yoga for neck and shoulder release
A beautiful practice to release tension and tightness in the neck, shoulders and upper back. It will help you to reduce headaches and improve your quality of sleep. You'll be guided through some gentle releasing u[per body movements (including Anneriek's beautiful shoulder flow) followed by a yin practice focussing on myofascial (connective tissue) release in the upper part of your body to increase the flow of energy. This practice will help you to decrease inflammation and scar tissue and will increase the range of motion in your upper body. This practice is suitable for everybody who'd like to release tension and tightness from the neck, shoulders and upper back. Intro music by my beautiful friend Oonagh Sherrard.
Taming Your Dragon - a strong yin practice
This 1 hour strong, slow and mindful yin yoga practice includes deep stretches into the hip area, focusing on fascial release. This practice will challenge your mind and will help you to release attachment to you reoccurring thoughts. This yin practice is suitable for all levels however beginners need to be mindful not to move too deep into the poses. Included in this class: - Strong releasing Yin stretches: Dangle, Dragon, Square, Winged dragon, Child's pose, Frog, Caterpillar - Various options to safely practice this class - Guidance on mindfulness and 'self talk'