Yin Yoga: Sinking Into Stillness

Yin Yoga
Gentle Yoga

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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. 



Lovely class to end the day
Erika Marie 5 days ago

Lovely class to end the day with! Or start :)

Jajomili 4 weeks ago

I enjoyed this class immensely with the gentle poses and Anastasia´s pleasant voice guiding throughout.

kpieczyn 3 months ago

I discovered yin yoga about a year ago. I love this class. thank you!

I absolutely loved this class
melissasue1968 5 months ago

I absolutely loved this class. I noticed that this is the only Yin class available on this site. Is there any other classes similar to this?

Nice and relaxing
Dakota Drummer 7 months ago

My first Yin yoga experience! Nice voice and background sound.

Johnstonkellie 10 months ago

I. Love. This. Class. It's exactly what I've been needing. Thank you!

Thank you!
Siobhan_yogini 1 year ago

Excellent class! Really calms things down even when I'm having very difficult medical issues. David, thanks so much for making yin yoga part of this site!

prop idea
Cornelia 1 year ago

first time at this site. have no bolster and easy made one with the instructions about the blanket and the ties! the sessio was great, I feel so centered now. I was moving a lot to find the right posture, felt a bit that I did not do it 'right'but I feel bright and quiet now. So I should have done something right! also the hour went by so quick!
thank you very much for posting this on line :-)

camin90066 1 year ago

Have done this a few times and am always amazed at how hot I become in pigeon (a fave pose)...and in today's practice, some nausea. Normally not a fan of props but it's easy to incorporate them here. By nature I'm too anxious to endure long holds but use this to work through that, achieve focus along with deeper, more relaxed breathing. But just as I achieve that state the transitions are too fast which cause a bit of agitation and I lose the 'sink.' Also, the lack of...perhaps...a guided meditation in a protracted savasana is unfortunate. Thanks to all who provide the great variety of videos on DYWM.

Thank you!
Literateparakeet 1 year ago

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!