Yin/Yang Yoga for the Hips

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Instructor Sarah Jane Steele
Average: 4.5 (175 votes)
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Sarah-Jane warms you up with a fun, unique sun salutation, then takes you deep into the hips with a series of hip-releasing yin yoga poses. Yin/yang yoga is great as a yoga for beginners class, they are great for stress relief and they enhance the numerous benefits of yoga, since the warm yang so effectively prepares the body for the deep releases of yin yoga.

Equipment: None
Style: Yin Yoga


Brilliant- again!
emhenry 6 months ago

I'm sure I've posted a gushing comment before but I just have to say- again- how great I think this class is. I return to it regularly. It is my go-to when I feel my hips need some extra attention. It packs in so much in such little time. Really excellent! Thank you Sarah Jane and the DYWM team! xx

Yin class
Lauradoesyoga 10 months ago

This was my first yin class and i really enjoyed it. I'll definitely explore yin yoga more.

Amazing how good the right
Stretch01 11 months ago

Amazing how good the right stretching can make you feel. Thank you for this practice!

Thank you. This was much
hernanr100 1 year ago

Thank you. This was much needed after a very intense high cardio workout!

Thank you
katielee23 1 year ago

Thank you, Sarah Jane. That was lovely! My hips have missed the Yin practice I had been doing- & right now they are saying "helllloooo".
It feels quite delicious! :-)

Love love love
chopper 1 year ago

Thank you Sarah for this lovely class so good for me to hold poses longer in this hurried world we live in
Just beautiful nice transitions . MY hips seem to be always tight no matter how much yoga I do so I will defiantly do this one more often

Desk work medicine
Melanie Lichtinger 2 years ago

Thank you so much, Sarah Jane,
the perfect medicine and balance for my desk work (and for cycling too)!
Loved the sequences, and going deeper and longer than usual.
Will revisit often!

Gentle and Deep
NatouCBS 2 years ago

Thanks for this hip opening sequence. Definitely need to incorporate this in my weekly practice.