Yin Yoga: Sinking Into Stillness

Anastasia Hangemanole
Instructor Anastasia Hangemanole
4.73196
Average: 4.7 (194 votes)
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Duration:
60
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42

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. If you haven't done yin before, you will be holding each pose in this class for five minutes. Note: to learn how to make your own bolster at home, click here

Equipment: Block, Bolster
Style: Gentle Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yin and Yin/Yang Yoga, Yoga for Back Care

Comments

GenevieveM27 7 years ago

I had the same issue with the other yin yoga class. I get to a certain point in the class and the it jumps to the end. The response I got was that these downloads are designed for high speed internet. Well mine is high speed, and I am still having troubles with it. I then try to advance the position of the selection arrow on the time of the class and it just jumps back to the beginning. Is there any way the glitch can be fixed? Please feel free to contact me if my description seems difficult to understand. I had a hard time trying to articulate exactly what was happening.

ladytrish 7 years ago

Nice basic yin class. I enjoyed the quotes - a nice touch. I found the transitions and counterposes too quick to enjoy the lovely benefits of these long-held asanas and had to pause the video quite often. A nice relaxing class on this Sunday evening. Thank you!

Anastasia Hange... 6 years ago

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!

katelouw 7 years ago

Dear Anastasia, thank you for the beautiful Yin class. Your voice was delightful to listen to and I loved the different prop options you referred to.

I'll be adding this to my list of weekly classes.
Namaste xx

breathingintobliss 7 years ago

Anastasia,
This class has all my favorite yin postures. I loved it! I particularly loved the poem you shared By Swami Kripalu:

My beloved child, break your heart no longer.
Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart.
You stop feeding on the love, which is the wellspring of your vitality.
The time has come. Your time. To live. To celebrate,
and to see the goodness that you are…
Do not fight the dark. Just turn on the light.
Let go, and breathe into the goodness that you are.

Beautiful!

cali27ryan 7 years ago

I love Yin Yoga and I gained so much from the breathing today in this class. Because the poses are held for a longer time, one can really get into the breath work and feel that wondrous place where it's just you and your breath. Beautiful!

Fibroyogi 8 years ago

This video is exactly what I needed. It was gentle enough not to cause me an pain and I feel so relaxed after. Thank you!

Ryan Vincent 8 years ago

Great class, thank you! Any tips for a guy with very tight hamstrings (new to yoga) ?

valla 8 years ago

For me today is the end of a busy week as a massage therapist, I tried this class and mo body loved it. thank you Anastasia.hope to see more of your videos.

mcsister67 8 years ago

Very relaxing and great for yoga newcomers. It was a great way to end the day when I needed a massage but couldn't go for one. Doing this session was very very relaxing. Perfect way to wind down.