Yin Yoga: Sinking Into Stillness

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Difficulty: 
Beginner
Duration: 
60:42
Style: 
Yin Yoga
Gentle Yoga
Focus: 
Whole Body
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Class Description: 

Join Anastasia for this hour-long class that spends five delicious minutes with every pose. Breathe deeply, relax your body and take the time to sink into the opening within each asana. It will calm you down immensely and leave you feeling grounded and centered in your body. Note: you will be holding each pose in this class for five minutes. 

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Comments

Thank you

Beautiful practice. Half way through, it allowed me to release some deep emotions. I really appreciate it.

Excellent

I found this to be extremely relaxing. I always struggle with my breath, and the slow pace of this class allowed me to focus on it much better. Thank you!

hi Trish, Thanks for the

hi Trish,
Thanks for the feedback. Poses are typically held for 3-5 minutes in a Yin class - beyond that we would consider it a deep yin class and definitely not for beginners. Glad you found a way to make it work for yourself!

gratitide

Oh my goodness Charley - I am so happy to hear how helpful this class has been for you! Reading your comment gave me goosebumps :)

Bliss Ball

I love you and I finally completed this whole class. I went from out of control rage monster to a bliss ball. <3

Thank you very much

Thank you very much Anastasia, great class.

First Time Yin Yoga

What a wonderful class energy has been low in my body but this was so wonderful to restore and connect. Beautiful class and one I will use again.

Good. Really Good.

Coming home from work today, my mind was numb from allergy meds and scattered from trying to mind three children (I am a nanny). Residual shock from events several days past and fear that has made it much harder to be alone basically meant I was in complete shutdown. It took twenty minutes to go from deciding to do this video to actually navigating to this page, because I kept zoning out. With this video, I was able to change that cluttered emptiness in my mind into peaceful strength and patience. Thank you for creating and posting this video.

Love this video

I am a 23 year old intermediate/advanced yogi who has recently found a love for yin yoga. I have suffered from clinical depression and extreme social anxiety disorder for over 10 years and as a result am heavily medicated, which I do not like. I discovered this video about a month ago and have been practicing it 3-4 times per week. In the past month I have been able to halve my medication as I have been having less and less panic attacks. I credit this to this video. Anytime I am feeling anxious or need to just calm down I go to this video (instead of a pill) and it works every time! The ability to meditate and stay in a posture for 5 minutes was something I never thought I would have the mental capacity to do and now this hour is my favourite part of the day.

I just wanted to thank David so much for having this site open and free for everyone (love your videos as well David) and to Anastasia for posting this video.

Thank you!

I'm a beginner, but I already love Yin Yoga. I've learned through therapy the importance of mindfulness and breathing, Yin Yoga take that to a new level.

My body won't allow me to do a couple poses...pigeon? Ha ha, it will be a long time before I can move like that. But it doesn't matter, I just substitute another pose that is in my range. The class as a whole is still of great value to me. Thanks!