Yoga for Inner Acceptance

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
4.82511
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

Comments

Jennifer Ament 4 years ago

Thank you so much for this video, the meditation was very powerful for me, I had a very emotional experience and really was able to release emotions I no longer needed. I feel like I have been renewed and have taken another step towards loving myself fully.
Thank you again.

JKSL 4 years ago

I hope this yoga will be effective on me because I think this is okay to try without my medical doctor approval. I'm okay with the suggestion of my friend psychologist that I try this yoga because it is is good for the being.

Mandy Lancellas 4 years ago

Wow! Thank you so much for this lovely session !!!! It was much needed , some self reflection and letting go..

charlottetowle 4 years ago

Needed this greatly after several stressful weeks. It was wonderful! Thank you!

Liria 4 years ago

Thank you David for your guidance. You do reach me through your kind words, the tone of your voice and your intention to help others.
Thanks again.

emhenry 4 years ago

My goodness! What a class! What a meditation! Beautiful! Thank you David x

Laura Cochrane 4 years ago

David, I feel like I'm having a massage as you talk me through feeling each part of my body. It's amazing that I can feel so much better with the help of your words and my effort (or relaxation, as the case may be).

My friend just got a book called "Trail Guide to the Body," and your body check-in reminds me a little of the "trail hikes" outlined in the book, which are very much geared toward learning the physiology of the body through actual touch: where each muscle is in relation to other muscles, bones, and tendons. Your body check-in is the more relaxed, feeling-based version of a body hike. :)

Rbreid73 4 years ago

After a hectic week at work, this was just what I needed to start my Saturday. An opportunity to not only practice physical poses, but also more importantly some mindfulness techniques. There were so many thoughts coming in and out of mind as I processed the week, so hearing David's voice helped refocus my mind on the present. Thank you David for this class - I'll look forward to practising again.