Yoga for Stress Relief

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.6 (298 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


nanzen 2 years ago

David, thank you so much for this awesome class. I have started a new job recently and have been coming home carrying a lot of stress and junk from the day.
Yesterday my Ayurvedic doctor suggested an evening routine which included pranayama and then I found this class. Perfect! I felt so much lighter and free of the heaviness and accumulated stress of the week. I want to make this a part of my daily evening routine. Thanks, David, for all you do for the yogis around the world.

raclightfoot 2 years ago

Going into finals prep season, I really needed this quick break before hitting the books hard and heavy. Feel so much lighter now, and I know I'll be able to focus and retain more material now - thank you.

NAVPLION 2 years ago

I need to do this class every morning, get it started right. Thanks David!

Paulette9 2 years ago

Great class-as usual! The breathwork was phenominal! I fell stress free. Thank you!

adalexander 2 years ago

Didn't think I had any stress, but by the end of the class I felt fabulous and very calm. David, you're a natural teacher, many thanks for a great session.

adalexander 2 years ago

Great class! Feel very refreshed. Thanks so much for the classes, they are truly wonderful.

Lizzie888 2 years ago

Just completed this routine for the first time and feel amazing! Really helped me to 'listen' to my body after the moves and appreciate the energy. Thank you!

Odo Mo-Mkl 2 years ago

Great mellow stress relieving class! Feeling pretty relaxed now, great for just before bed. Only thing I would suggest is to another breath excercise (e.g., lion breath). Thanks again! Cheers :)