Yoga for Stress Relief

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
4.600695
Average: 4.6 (288 votes)
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Duration:
29
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12

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

Comments

Sea2Sea 2 years ago

Thank you for this class! I now understand the breath of fire. I've only received real quick instruction and didn't have a grasp on it. The breath of joy was another helpful exercise. Now I understand the value of knowing these two breathing techniques.

solitaeryfaerie 2 years ago

i like your gentle teaching style, i feel very calm now and will remember those breathing exercises next time i find myself getting stressful! thanks david :)

TriDorisimo 2 years ago

Thanks David - second time I've done this one and really clicked this time.. I really got the energy, flow and tingling sensations ; the breathing exercises were awesome! Definitely less stressed after than before!

mkzs23 2 years ago

Thank you! All these breathing exercises were new to me, but they were fun and they helped

Bill777 2 years ago

Thank you! Loosened my quads and hips! Love the breathing too! Very relaxing.

vshylaja 2 years ago

Thank you for this 2nd day video. It really worked for me as the title says "Yoga for Stress Relief"

oaklad 2 years ago

Thank you! I am glad I did this lesson tonight!

yogamumaus 2 years ago

I enjoyed this class, especially the breath of joy. I was expecting there to be more flow than there was, more poses and movement. It was a nice change though.

kduback 2 years ago

He gives directions and then doesn't actually follow them, "Take 3 breaths," but when you try to get focused on your count, he starts exhaling at random intervals. Side note, for a relaxation session, you should probably have at least some focus on the neck and shoulders, or else none of your female viewers will relax. This is probably one of the least enjoyable yogis I've experienced.

terkalin 2 years ago

A a good slow-down, mostly breathing and some stretching. I could have used more detailed instruction on the quick breathing and some possible alternatives for a few of the stretches which seemed a little deep for my rusty knees. Still, a peaceful background and probably a good one to use after a stressful day.