Yin Yoga and Mythology Artwork
Season 1 - Episode 2

Saraswati Yin

30 min - Practice


As you look around your inner landscape, notice anywhere that you can turn the lights off, loosen muscle from bone, and let yourself drop. Saraswati's name means "the one who flows", and she reminds us of the value of losing oneself in the immersive flow of play, art, or even work. Lose yourself in this watery flow of gentle hip-opening holds and luxurious transitions, while Kelly tells the story of the goddess of art, literature, music, and learning. You will feel dreamy and inspired.
What You'll Need: Square Bolster, Block

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Feb 25, 2022
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Truly wonderful!  Your instruction was so great--kind and generous!  I so appreciate the new teaching so thank you for the beautiful and graceful practice. 
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Thank you so much! You made my day :))
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Oh this was sooo good…with an ice storm raging outside 🌨 what a pleasure it was to sink into the metaphorical water. I love this combination of the storytelling and yin. With your soothing voice it reminds me of being read to as a child. Feeling nurtured and safe. Thankful you are here Kelly ❤️🙏🏻
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So beautiful thankyou x

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So grateful for this today, much needed.  I LOVE the stories.
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That was great.  I love the stories.  I have for years wanted to learn more but just unsure where to start. Thank you Kelly
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Thank you Kelly for leading us in this beautiful practice and for sharing your inspirations. 
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So beautiful and inspiring.  Thank you 🙏 
Lovely class. Enjoyed the story of Saraswati immensely and the sweet simple magic of the yin. 
Thank you very much Kelly. 
Love, Gabriella 
Ps.: I was fascinated by the story that you shared about her birth and wanted to learn more about her life story but was not able to find this version of her being birthed out of the water. Would you mind helping me to look at the right direction. Thank you in advance. 
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