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

DianeFJohnson 2 years ago

Great way to start the day and the work week. I learned something new today about breath. Thank you. I noticed my self judgment when I almost fell backwards from squat position and then simply found it comical. I'll do this session again. Thank you.

danifel 2 years ago

Thank you David, after a trauma I ve passed recently this was a really good exercise to help me let it go.

yoga4me2 2 years ago

David you are wonderful ! I am so very grateful to you for all that you do to help others ..... yoga is so necessary for us all.

YogiCia 2 years ago

I am thankful for the challenge. Although I have been practicing for many years, illness and injury have slowed me down these past 3 years, but I am almost 100% better. Now the real work begins of regaining my strength, flexibility, and endurance. These gentle sequences are prefect for getting back on the horse so to speak.

yogibailey 2 years ago

Very happy with Day #2 of the challenge. Today was my 1st day back to work after a break, and I was feeling the stress kick in already. This session was much needed!

BecRueter 2 years ago

... Maybe i should move to intermediate altho i am a tried and true hatha yogi, one position at a time and not a fan of flow sequences. Hmmmmm. Going to select my own routine for tonight.

David Procyshyn 2 years ago

The next class does have more asanas. It's still a gentle class, but more poses than the first two. The challenge may feel like it's progressing slowly at the beginning if you prefer the classes that focus more on stretch and strength, but we'll get there very soon, I promise. :-)