Yoga for Inner Acceptance

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.8 (223 votes)
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If you sometimes struggle with accepting your inner experience - such as who you are, how you feel, what you think about and what others think of you - then give this class a try. It's designed to gently shift your perspective, encouraging you to feel your body and experience your emotions in a nonjudgemental way and to awaken compassion. If you repeat it regularly, it will help you better understand yourself, and can teach you how to let go of feelings of anxiety, depression and emotional pain.

Equipment: Blankets
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety/Stress


clafond 2 years ago

This was exactly the class I was looking for. Thank you for the opportunity to just be and to begin to let go of what no longer serves. Namaste.

nanzen 2 years ago

Thank you, David for this very calming and grounding class! Just what I needed today. Monkey mind is beginning to quiet down. Feeling much gratitude for you, this class and DYWM. Will be repeating often. Namaste!

ccorr003 2 years ago

Thank you so very much David,
For helping me heal and so many others heal.
Thank you for sharing your gift as a healer

May this allow us to all see the gift within each one of us
To heal ourselves, help heal one another and this planet


grace722 2 years ago

Thank you for sharing your experience. It is incredibly helpful and encouraging to me.
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Dink 2 years ago

This is a nice, gentle practice. No strain. I did it before work for a peaceful frame of mind.

Nyamyj 2 years ago

I will be revisiting this. Been dealing with challenging, hurtful colleagues and this practice was so soothing and helps me put things in proper perspective. Thank you and I am so grateful to have discovered DYWM. You guys are making such a positive impact. Namaste.

FractalElf 2 years ago

This was incredibly helpful for me right now. I'll be coming back to this often.

mntmadre 3 years ago

This is good! I usually do intermediate/advanced and I decided to do this. I am grateful. Namaste.