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.
What would it feel like to slow down, soften in, and be still? In Season 5 of Yin Yoga, Jeanne guides us on an enriching journey through the chakras, or energy centers, of the body, exploring yin shapes and gentle transitions to inspire the flow of fresh energy and circulation. With attention towards the breath and sensations, these practices are designed to release tension, create inner space and awareness, awaken self compassion and deepen self love, and provide nourishment to your whole being.