Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga practices including specific areas of the body, meridians and emotional body focus

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  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Santosha | Contentment

    Today we are exploring the 2nd Niyama - Santosha or contentment. What does it mean? How can we incorporate more Santosha into our everyday lives, our practice, our self care? Enjoy a grounding, root chakra focused practice with lots of Lucy assistance...

    Props: 1 blanket but gather any and a...

  • Yin Yoga | Setting Healthy Boundaries

    How do we set healthy boundaries and enforce them? In this practice will be strengthening and balancing our Pericardium and Lung meridian organ systems as well as adding a little fire with our Solar Plexus Chakra to help us set and maintain boundaries for ourselves and others.

    Props: 1 blanket...

  • Finding Your Flow | New Moon Yin Yoga LIVE

    Affirmation: I create my flow by living a life of passion and presence.

    What does your flow look like? Feel like? Do you sometimes feel as if the world has a flow and you have a different one? How do you tap into your natural flow? Passion and presence - being fully in the moment and aski...

  • Yin Yoga for Deep Sleep | Heart Meridian

    Our heart meridians are connected to our ability to sleep deeply, fully and soundly - to essential rest peacefully. When this organ system is out of balance - we feel overstimulated, cravings, longing and struggle to settle down. When in balance - we feel joy, peace, stillness, calm, compassion...

  • Yin Yoga | The Way Out Is In | Full Body Practice

    "The way out is in." Thich Nhat Hanh

    This is a powerful quote taken from a speech made by Hanh and while it was in a speech related to environmental issues, it holds SO much more.

    The answers are inside of us, we begin with ourselves first, know our inner self, explore our inner landscape. Al...

  • Yin Yoga for Anger & Frustration

    Everyone believes anger is a bad thing but in reality, it's a natural part of our human psyche. Instead of pushing it down, pretending it isn't there, ignoring it - anger is often a great way to explore, experience, and make positive change.

    Today we explore anger through the Liver meridian (th...

  • Yin Yoga Full Body Practice | Saucha | Purity

    The Niyamas are the basic tenets of our personal growth and development - the practices we should engage in to cultivate our inner self and become enlightened. In this class we explore the first of our Niyamas - Saucha - often translated as purity.

    Purity can mean so many things - physically ...

  • Yin Yoga Minimal Cues | Soften

    Explore deep release and let go of whatever no longer serves you in your mind and body in this long hold, minimal cues practice. The stillness and silence allow you to drop into your own experience and go deeper.

    Props: 1 block (block: http://amzn.to/2yHfZMs)

  • Yin Yoga Minimal Cues | Open

    Exploring in silence can be a beautiful practice. In this practice we focus on chest, upper back, and shoulder opening to create space for deeper breaths, an open heart, and a sweet turning inward. Join me for long holds with minimal guidance to allow you to deepen your personal practice experi...

  • We Are All Made of Stars | New Moon Live Yin Yoga

    We are made of stars. The elements of the universe, exploding stars from millions of years ago, are all contained in our bodies. We breath the breath of the sun and her sister stars. We contain the universe within. Today we explore the universe inside as it connects us to the larger macrocosm...

  • Yin Yoga | Your Heart's Desire

    To set intentions we need to connect to our heart's path, our passion, the things/ideas/people/practices/offerings that light us up. Join me as we explore this with presence, practice, awareness, and breath...

    Props: 1 blanket (blanket: http://amzn.to/2v0U0eh) or towel - please add any props t...

  • Side Body Yin Yoga Snack

    An area we don't stretch often - our side waist. In daily life, this is a space often forgotten and unused and it is a "use it or lose it" for mobility. Opening up the side body can help your breathe more deeply, feel more expansive in the abdomen, stretch your arms and open up your shoulders! ...

  • Yin Yoga Snack for Glutes

    Our glutes are the largest muscle group in the body and one we use constantly to keep moving throughout our day. The glutes can either make our hips, legs, and lower back tighter or can help release excess tension here - helping relieve pain and stiffness - and allowing the body to move more eas...

  • Yin Yoga | Living a Life of Intention

    Life moves quickly and is SO full of activities, demands, duties, responsibilities and choices. What if our lives were intentional? What if our relationships were intentional? What if we made choices based on living our truth - living in our authentic selves with will and intention?

    Today we ...

  • Yin Yoga | Harmonizing Solar & Lunar Energy

    Within Traditional Chinese Medicine and yoga tradition, the concepts of solar/lunar, yin/yang, masculine/feminine sun/moon are intertwined. Recognizing the value inherent in both sides, the blending of a little of the other in each, and the center upon which all of this clings - this is where th...

  • Foot & Ankle Yin Yoga Snack

    Our feet work SO hard for us - they are our first contact with the earth and hold us up from the moment we rise to the moment we go to bed. Today we working with keeping your feet and ankles healthy, supported, and fully mobile in just 10 minutes!

    Props: 1 blanket or beach towel (blanket: http...

  • New Moon Live Yin Yoga | Communicating with Clarity

    Today we explore the Throat Chakra and clarity in communication! Using pranayama, mindful movement, inquiry, and presence, we bring some light and opening to the space of our communication and expression. Communication can get bogged down, blocked, confused and muddled in our lives. Where or w...

  • 360° of Hips | Yin Yoga for Emotional Release & Healing

    In this practice we dive deep into the hip area, release tension, tightness, and yes - our emotional history. This is the area most dense with connective tissue and most known for holding onto so much. We spend lots of time in long holds, exploring, breathing, being present as we loosen up the ...

  • {Y}indulge Home

    Where is home? What does home feel like, look like, sound like, taste like, smell like? What makes a home? Is it four walls? People? Things?

    In this practice we explore the concept of HOME and what the really means to each of us on a very personal level. Come home...

    By the way - Lucy is h...

  • Yin Yoga to Cool Summer Fire

    Bring balance to your body with some water element focused practices to help you feel cooler and fresher. If you have been feeling overheated, hot, or the temperatures are running high - settle down for some cooling breaths and water visualization to cool down. Full body practice.

    Props: A CA...

  • Yin Yoga for Tinnitus | Neck, Upper Back & Jaw Release

    So many of you requested this practice and I can appreciate the challenge of struggling every day with tinnitus. Whether it be chronic, intermittent, recent or long term - there are a few things you can try to help you find a little peace and perhaps even lessen tinnitus effect on your every day...

  • Lower Back Release Yin Yoga Snack

    Release low back tension with this Yin Yoga short and focused practice - perfect to use before/after your regular yoga/workout/sport practice to unwind and stretch out your lower back. Use anytime of day...morning, night or even for an afternoon snack break!

    Props: optional choose anything you...

  • Deep Hamstring Stretch Yin Yoga Snack

    Release tension in your lower back and legs with this focused Yin Yoga snack for hamstrings. Perfect to use before/after your regular yoga/sport/workout routine for release and to stretch your entire back body out. Use anytime for a deep stretch!

    Props: optional 1 blanket or towel for support...

  • Get Twisty Yin Yoga Snack | Digestive Boost | Detox

    Join me for some deep twists to unwind tension, release your whole body, and boost digestion. Great for when you need a little break or before/after your regular yoga/workout/sport for a quick and focused practice booster. Perfect anytime of day!