The Complete Guide To Yin Yoga

Author: Bernie Clark
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781935952503
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A comprehensive introduction to the philosophy of Yin Yoga includes discussions of anatomy, the energy body and the practice's poses and benefits, explaining its distinctiveness from other yoga forms while revealing how yin yoga can offer a targeted approach for specific needs. Original.

Yin Yoga

Author: Kassandra Reinhardt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1465472371
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A remedy to the stress of everyday life. 54 meditative poses and 20 targeted sequences help you attain a greater sense of mindfulness and physical well-being. In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to lose the balance in our lives and the connection with our bodies. Yin Yoga offers a remedy to the stress and hustle of everyday life. Based on Taoist philosophies, the slower yin-style yoga balances the more well-known and quicker yang-style yoga. Yin yoga concentrates on holding and breathing through floor-based poses, targeting your fascia and connective tissues and allowing you the time and space to clear your mind and stretch your body. The perfect complement to an active yang lifestyle and great for bringing you back into balance.

A Journey Into Yin Yoga

Author: Eliot, Travis
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492557226
Size: 31.36 MB
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A Journey Into Yin Yoga explores the origins and application of this popular, passive style of yoga. Learn the poses, breathing, and meditation techniques that have helped millions strengthen body, mind, and spirit.

Yin Yoga

Author: Paul Grilley
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ISBN: 9781883991432
Size: 13.18 MB
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Yin Yoga: Outline of a Quiet Practice brings together in a fresh way the ancient wisdom of acupuncture and Taoism with Hindu yoga practices. The Yin aspect of Yoga (using postures that stretch connective tissue) is virtually unknown but vital for a balanced approach to physical and mental health. Paul Grilley outlines how to practice postures in a Yin way. Grilley includes an explanation of Modern Meridian Theory, which states that the meridians of acupuncture theory are currents flowing through the connective tissues of the body. Yin Yoga is specifically designed to address these tissues. For yoga practitioners looking for something beyond physical postures, Yin Yoga addresses the deeper spiritual dimensions of yoga, with helpful sections on chakras, breathing exercises, and meditation.

Insight Yoga

Author: Sarah Powers
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1590305981
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Integrating traditional yoga techniques with the principles of Chinese medicine and meditation, a yoga teacher introduces a series of sequences designed to promote a lifetime of good health and mental and emotional clarity. Original. 30,000 first printing.

Yin Yoga

Author: Paul Grilley
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781935952701
Size: 27.93 MB
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The 10th Anniversary Edition of Yin Yoga: Outline of a Quiet Practice by Paul Grilley brings together in a fresh way the ancient wisdom of acupuncture and Taoism with Hindu yoga practices. With over 80,000 copies sold, Grilley's book has been enhanced with new materials describing the evolution of Yin Yoga within the Yoga world over the last decade plus new reference materials on anatomy and the practice of Yin Yoga. Yoga as practiced in the US is almost exclusively Yang or muscular in nature. The Yin aspect of Yoga (using postures that stretch connective tissue) is virtually unknown but vital for a balanced approach to physical and mental health. Paul Grilley outlines how to practice postures in a Yin way. Grilley includes an explanation of Modern Meridian Theory, which states that the meridians of acupuncture theory are currents flowing through the connective tissues of the body. Yin Yoga is specifically designed to address these tissues. The two major differences between a Yin and a Yang Yoga practice are that Yin postures should be done with the muscles relaxed and should be held a long time. This is because connective tissue does not stretch like muscle and will not respond well to brief stresses. In addition, Yin Yoga better prepares people for meditation. For yoga practitioners looking for something beyond physical postures. Yin Yoga addresses the deeper spiritual dimensions of yoga, with helpful sections on chakras, breathing exercises, and meditation.

Yin Yoga

Author: Ulrica Norberg
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1628738332
Size: 52.10 MB
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A yin yoga practice incorporates poses designed to improve the flow of qi, the subtle life force essential to organ health, immunity, and emotional well-being. The postures are moved through slowly and mindfully, gently allowing tendons, fascia, and ligaments to stretch as circulation improves and the mind becomes calm. Experienced yoga teacher Ulrica Norberg describes how to balance yin and yang on and off the mat, sharing her own experiences and offering wisdom for adapting the yogic principles in modern life. Readers will learn to develop their own individualized yin yoga practice, complete with a yin yoga flow, visualization techniques, and ayurvedic health principles. Photographs and clear descriptions highlight proper alignment, ensuring the practice will be safe and effective.

Yinsights

Author: Bernie Clark
Publisher: Yinsights
ISBN: 9780968766521
Size: 25.96 MB
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Why practice yoga or Yin Yoga in particular? YinSights, a new book by Bernie Clark, has the answers. In YinSights, Clark explores the benefits of yoga, as viewed by both the Eastern and Western worlds and relates how it affects the body and mind. Although more and more students are embracing the Yin-side of yoga, Yin Yoga is still relatively unknown. Filling a void in yoga literature, YinSights serves as a practical guide for students interested in understanding Yin Yoga. YinSights is divided into two main sections. The first investigates the benefits of yoga on the physical body, the energetic body, and the mind/emotional body. Clark presents three points of view - those of the yogis in India, the Daoists in China, and the medical and scientific researchers of the West. The second section explores the practice of Yin Yoga in detail, and several flows are offered each with different themes. Slower versions of the normally active or yang Sun Salutations are provided, as well as even gentler ways to stimulate the flow of prana, chi, or energy. While YinSights illustrates how to practice Yin Yoga, it is not just for those seeking knowledge about Yin Yoga in particular. The book also discusses the advantages of all styles of yoga and will be of interest to every yoga student. "Bernie Clark's Yinsights is one of the best yoga resources now available, no matter what your preferred style of practice." - Paul Grilley, author of Yin Yoga

Yoga Sequencing

Author: Mark Stephens
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583944974
Size: 66.85 MB
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Written for a broad yoga market that includes teachers, teacher trainers, studio owners, and students, Yoga Sequencing presents 67 sequences of poses designed for a range of yoga student experience and offers a comprehensive resource for designing and refining yoga classes. Drawing on ancient yoga philosophy and contemporary teaching methods, Yoga Sequencing: Designing Transformative Yoga Classes presents detailed instructions and photos for 67 sequences of yoga poses that include multiple sequences for students at all levels, children and teens, women across the life cycle, seniors, people with depression and anxiety, and poses for each of the major chakras and ayurvedic constitutions.