We slow things WAY down in this with a 45 minute yin practice plus a 15 minute guided body scan meditation.
Yin practices like this are a great way to balance out our more active, yang practices. Allow yourself to be still in each pose, to be muscularly soft, and to just notice what comes up for you. While we don’t want to experience pain, a little discomfort is okay and is totally normal.
Feel free to play some quiet, calming music in the background of this class if the silence is too much (Although a little silence in our lives is a good thing! I have to remind myself of that when I automatically turn on the tv or music instead of allowing peaceful silence during my day!).
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