Embrace the profound simplicity of the Yin Yoga practice with these five basic postures. Physically, this sequence targets all lines of the body for optimal health and function, while providing a necessary nudge towards energetic and emotional harmony.
The following sequences are offered freely and we encourage you to use them for your practice and inspiration for teaching.
Our intention is to provide ongoing practice opportunities for new and seasoned students in the arts of Yin Yoga, Yang Yoga, and meditation. We have a weekly class schedule of yoga and meditation classes which are suitable for all levels, including beginners. Modifications are always offered, so no matter where you are in your spiritual journey, we welcome you to join us on the Path. Learn more about our offerings and how to participate here.
Before practicing, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the four main principles of Yin Yoga. Please read through the following at least a few times to ensure you are practicing safely and intelligently.
If you’re in need of some Yin Yoga, but don’t feel like doing much more than lying down, this supine sequence is for you. The entire practice is done on your back, or supine position. It’s about as Yin as Yin Yoga can get, with seamless transitions from one posture to the next and not much effort required.