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Yin/Yang Yoga for the Spine

Intermediate I

Sarah-Jane begins with a yang flow, which is full of energy, movement and challenging poses, to warm and prepare the body for 30 minutes of yin. The heat generated during the first 20 minutes makes the yin poses - the deeper spinal bends and twists - feel so good you'll want to spend a lot more time in savasana.

  • Hatha Yoga
  • Yoga for Back Care
  • Yin and Yin/Yang Yoga


Existing Comments

New kind of human being

Beautiful practice!
My spine feels subtle and mobile and a bit sore now, but I have the impression facia really got out of the sticky state and that new lines of energy are forming. So thank you for this intense stretch …for me especially in the upper back and neck area.

April 22, 2022
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I enjoyed this class. I read some of the previous comments prior to doing the class and I would like to comment that options were offered for Bird of Paradise. I stayed in bound angle because the more challenging pose was not for my body today. With respect to talking during the yin poses, I thought the comments were well timed and helped bring back my focus and deepen the pose. My practice definitely benefited from them.

marion lou
marion lou
February 8, 2022

Hi! I have a question ; How is it possible in an intermediate I level class, on the 8th minute to go into bird of paradise? Sorry but this is not aligned for practitioners in an intermediate I level, it's almost no warming up.

November 29, 2021

I have done this class dozens and dozens of times over the years. It works magic on my back and shoulders. Thank you Sarah