Yin Yoga Sequences
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The sympathetic nervous system often dominates to increase performance. This is great in competition. Yet if you stay in this state, unwanted symptoms of chronic stress can surface. That’s why I created this post-game recovery yoga class for athletes. You’ll replenish the body, calm the mind, and get on track internally so you can train and play better in the future. Take the class now.
Life is an ongoing stream of events. Some you enjoy; others that cause strain or stress. Yet in order to live vibrantly, you must release the past. You need to let go of trauma or negative emotions — both of which get stored in the body. This yin yoga class guides you through deliberate postures to do just that, giving you the clarity and freedom to embrace an amazing future.
SUP is an acronym for Stand Up Paddling, and it’s a peaceful way to enjoy your time on the water. Don’t be fooled, though. This sport requires increased proprioception in the feet, strong back and shoulder muscles, and good balance to remain upright on the board. The good news is that this perfect post-paddle session is a great way to rejuvenate the body after engaging in this sport.
Long road trips or hours spent in any seated position can leave your body feeling tired and tight. Muscles in the hips get short and weak. Spinal discs compress. Plus you often get stiff in the shoulders and neck, too. That’s why I CREATED THIS YIN YOGA SEQUENCE for people who sit all day. It offsets these unwanted physical issues with more balance, ease, and freedom in your entire being. RH
There are times when life can seem fast and crazy and overwhelming. And it can be tempting to push harder and do more yourself in order to keep a sense of control over your future. This restorative yoga sequence is designed as a powerful reminder that you have incredible support available to you at all times.
The holiday season can be full of fun and folly. Yet the additional demands on your time and energy can leave you frustrated, irritable, and unable to release physical tension in the body. That’s why I developed this yin yoga sequence to keep calm amidst it all. Practice this at home–or share with your students–to stay clear-minded and loving during the holidays.