Yin yoga is about getting deep into each pose. Getting into the joints and connective tissues. It’s about finding our edge, but then not going past it. It’s the perfect way to take our yoga practice and slow it back down. This is exactly what we are going to do in today’s video…a slow and juicy yin yoga practice.
For today’s class we’ll hold 4 poses for about 2-3 minutes each. Once you get into each pose, I ask that you find your edge, the spot that feels good to you but then don’t go past it. If you find that the pose becomes too much, then I want you to back out a bit or back all the way out, if needed.
I love to end a yin yoga practice with meditation so if you have the time in your day, I highly encourage you to choose one of my guided meditations to do after finishing your practice.
Disclaimer: I fully believe in the power of yoga and it’s benefits but as with any exercise, please consult your health care professional with any questions or concerns before starting an exercise program. When participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. The creators of this video are not liable for any injury, accident, or health impairment by participating in this video.