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Season 4 - Episode 7

Yin Quickie

30 min - Practice


Alana guides us in a short yin practice for when you don't have much time, but want to get the job done. We offer ourselves for a length of time in hip and heart openers to move toward a quality of stillness and ease.
What You'll Need: Mat, Square Bolster, Blanket

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So great to see you doing yin!! Great practice Alana!!
I’m travelling from Canada to us & loving the yin practice for my tight hips & back waiting for the juicy legs & hips
Hi Tesa Urbonaite Dunn! So delighted to be practicing YIN together. xoA
Hi Lorraine! Yes, I find Yin offers a sweet deep release in my hips and low back. So happy to hear that you are enjoying these practices. Safe travels and love. xoA
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Happy to find a new Yin practice. I love the toe stretch. Saddle is challenging due to my knees, but using a boster made it reachable. Tight hips made stacking legs difficult, but I love that deep release and stretch in the hips. Grateful for another lovely Yin practice. I look forward to more Yin, Alana Mitnick.💮🌾
Hi Joan, Yes Saddle can be challenging for the knees. It's a wonderful shape as long as there's no pain in the knees. The bolster is great to use under the spine. If you find your knees are lifted (once you're supine) you may want to add a folded blanket or second bolster underneath you. The deep release in the hips and legs feels so good. Enjoy! xoA
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It was a great practice for my late evening when I wanted to do some asana before retiring.
Hi Christel, So happy to hear this. Yin is my go-to for unwinding in the evening. Enjoy! Love, Alana
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Thank you!!!!
Laura! Thank you for being here! So delighted to practice YIN together. xoA
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