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Yin Yoga

Season 4

Alana Mitnick

Slow down and offer yourself to stillness. In Season 4, Alana shares yin practices and shapes to marinate and meditate passively for a prescribed length of time. We will hydrate the tissues while increasing our flexibility, elasticity, and mobility as we age. You will feel open and easeful.

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I'm really enjoying this new season of gentler practices with you, Alana! This is such a hectic time of the year that sometimes I dread the thought of taking my body through a fiery, active practice - it just seems like another chore (even though I usually feel better afterwards). But this is such a replenishing way to look after yourself when you're exhausted, I can't thank you enough for all the work you've put in creating these peaceful sequences.
So glad you're here, Tanya, and so beautifully said. Often there's this idea that unless it's super hard it's not effective. I find that these gentle, nourishing practices (especially when you're feeling exhausted) are more replenishing to the body and nervous system, inviting us into a more loving relationship with ourselves. One of deeper listening, balance, and spacious ease- from which to move into our lives feeling relaxed and awake. With Love, Alana
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Hi Alana. I'd like to start at the beginning and work through all 9 episodes. What would be the best approach? One episode a week and do it daily or a different episode every day. Does it matter or what would you suggest. Looking forward to it
Hi Andrew - Yes, I recommend starting with the first practice. You might find it useful to do the first practice several times before moving to the second, or you are certainly invited to move through the episodes one by one. Please keep me posted on any questions, comments, or observations along the way. Curious to hear how this meditative Yin Yoga approach resonates with you. Best wishes, Alana
Hi Andrew - Yes, I recommend starting with the first practice. You might find it useful to do the first practice several times before moving to the second, or you are certainly invited to move through the episodes one by one. Please keep me posted on any questions, comments, or observations along the way. Curious to hear how this meditative Yin Yoga approach resonates with you. Best wishes, Alana

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