Yoga for Stress Relief

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.6 (297 votes)
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David uses breathing, relaxation and deep stretching to help you let go of your problems and relieve your stress. It's a gentle hatha flow yoga class, that moves at a nice, slow pace and spends time in poses that will feel really, really good.

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Pranayama Yoga/Pranayama Yoga, Yoga at Work, Yoga for Anxiety Stress


JMacDee 4 months ago

I am really enjoying trying out David's classes. This seems like a good one for a late afternoon or evening practice. Although I was familiar with the poses, I learned some new things. David has a way of connecting with us through the screen, and has a nice calm voice with a touch of humour. Recommended!

stillsacred 9 months ago

Great session. I especially loved the breath of joy. Not sure what it was but it shifted something deep in me, and had me grinning, even laughing, with a joy I felt deep in my heart. It was more deep rooted than the usual superficial laughs or smiles we have - more genuine, more true. Thank you.

ÀfricaRM 10 months ago

A wonderful ioguic class. David combines asanas with pranayama to make a deeply relaxing session, Thank you very much, David.

Ridgie 11 months ago

Thank you so much for this yoga and the 30 day challenge. This was very beautiful and needed. I am grateful to you, your teachers, and your wonderful site.

Karma89 1 year ago

Tortoise is so transformative, thank you for that soothing flow! Is there a name or Sanskrit equivalent for the pose with the foot towards the glute, leaning the upper body back? It was wonderful.

David Procyshyn 1 year ago

The full pose is called supta virasana (with both feet next to the gluts while reclining back) but there is no name for this version. It's a great stretch for the quadricep, isn't it?

Karma89 1 year ago

Thanks for the prompt response David. Yes it's a deep quadricep stretch, even for hyper flexible folks like myself who find it difficult to work deeply into the muscle, and it's now a favorite! - Keri Ann

Shashy_101 1 year ago

Excellent class to reset after a stressful day at work. Thank you David.