Yin Yoga for the Neck and Shoulders

Nyk Danu
Instructor Nyk Danu
4.666665
Average: 4.7 (24 votes)
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Tight shoulders and sore neck muscles are all too common. In this short and effective practice, Nyk helps you to find relief in these chronic tight spots and experience a new felt sense of spaciousness in the body.

Equipment: Block, Bolster
Style: Yin Yoga

Comments

katielee23 2 weeks ago

Thank you for such a lovely neck & shoulder release, Nyk. Mine were so SO tight that I could hardly bear it, and this class has given me the release I desperately needed. Awesome. Namaste. x

maya_g 2 months ago

Thank for the video! The asanas were helful although I would've been happier with more of them. Found it too slow for my own pace. :)

janineheisler 2 months ago

That was a really great and short stretch to start or finish the day. Thank you!

DazyBlue1975 2 months ago

After nine hours straight of kitchen work I really needed this, it really helped with the pain and tension in my neck, back and shoulders. Thank you so much!

christineanna 2 months ago

Wow! I always have a tight and tense neck/right shoulder situation, and I feel freer after this short practice than in a long time. Thank you Nyk! I also switched my legs up every 2-3 exercises.

terri53226 2 months ago

Lovely practice. I enjoyed it very much. During the seated poses I changed my leg position with every pose, which added a lot of comfort for me.

NeverGivesUp 3 months ago

It definatley helped realease the tightness in my neck and shoulders.

gam189 3 months ago

FANTASTIC for tight upper arms and shoulder. I broke my upper arm (long ago!), but have always notice some tightness in my right arm/shoulder. This calm and deep exercises were very useful. I can feel the change. GRACIAS!

Just one comment, I had a hard time with my lower back all throught the sit sequence....Is there anything that can be done to release the tension in my lower back

LaGuiri 3 months ago

I changed positions several times. crossing legs with the right on top, the left on top, then straight legs...