In this deep, hip-opening sequence, we release tension in the groin, glutes and hip flexors. It's a great one to do after exercise or before bed.
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This one-hour yin session is deeply restorative. We gently stretch the neck and shoulders, spine, hips, hamstrings and calves.
This 30-minute yin video is deeply restorative. It is designed to open up the hips and alleviate lower back stiffness, discomfort or pain.
This gentle yin sequence is designed to release tension in the calves, hamstrings and hip flexors and mobilise the spine and shoulders.
In this yin sequence, we focus on mobility in the spine and shoulders to improve posture and ease pain and stiffness in the upper body.
This is a powerful combination. We practice just five poses which in combination, improve mobility in all ranges of motion of your hips.
In this 30-minute yin video, we slowly and carefully stretch the feet, calves and hamstrings and open up the hips in every range of motion.
This yin sequence is the most restorative of the whole series and all you need is a wall. It has to be one of my favourites.
In this sequence, we target all ranges of hip mobility. We stretch the quads and hip flexors, groin and adductors, glutes and piriformis.
This yin video is designed to release deeply-held tension in the hip flexors. We also stretch the hamstrings, calves, knees and ankles.
If your glutes are tight, you're going to love this video. These poses stretch the gluteus maximus, medius and minimus as well as the piriformis.
This sequence is fantastic for releasing deeply-held tension in the quadriceps and stretching the feet, ankles, abs and chest.
This gentle yin sequence is designed to release tension in the glutes, piriformis and groin to alleviate lower back pain and accelerate recovery.
In this simple yin sequence, we practice just four poses to deeply stretch the feet, ankles, hips, lower back, chest and shoulders.
In this video, we open up the chest, improve mobility in the shoulders, spine and hips and fully activate the parasympathetic nervous system.
This sequence is great for speeding up recovery, alleviating pain and stiffness in the lower and mid back, and enhancing your sleep.
This simple yin sequence is designed to passively release tension in your groin and adductors to avoid pain and injury in this area.
This yin sequence is a great one to practice after your workout to stretch out the quads, groin and outer hips and open up the chest.
Do you get tight hips and pain in between the shoulder blades from sitting? Then this sequence should give you the relief that you need.
In this video, we focus on opening up the hips and hamstrings. It's a super restorative sequence, so it's a great one to do before bed.
Increase shoulder mobility and ease stiffness in the thoracic spine so that you can move more freely and alleviate any neck and shoulder pain.
This sequence focuses on releasing tension in the hamstrings and calves with three variations of Reclining Hand-To-Big-Toe pose.
This restorative upper body yin video focuses on improving mobility in the shoulders and thoracic spine. It should feel wonderful!
In the first video in our new yin yoga series, we focus on hip-opening poses that release tension in the hips and the lower back.