Focus on your upper body in this stretchy yin class that's great if you spend most of your day seated. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 bolster, 1 blanket

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MARY M.

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I need to see the pose behind you...

Kellen B.

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I liked this practice but hate this video. The instructor talks way, way too much resulting in inconsistent pose times (and one side of a pose is left out as others have mentioned) and the instruction is disjointed - such as providing prop instruction after already in a pose. I think it'd be a great practice if it were re-shot with less talking and consistent instruction.

Jodie B.

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I loved this class. He does leave out the left side of the saddle pose as others have mentioned, but it’s easy to pause and do it yourself. Wonderful stretches for the neck and toes and legs.

Helen L.

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As an introduction to yin yoga, I found the class interesting. When I realised one side had been left out of the saddle, I paused and did it myself before resuming. I prefer vinyasa but will do yin once in a while for stillness.

Eugenia E.

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wonderful please more leg work thanks

Amy A.

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This class should be removed from the site. An entire left side of a three minute pose was missed. The teacher blocked the model students for much of the content. This was clearly not reviewed/edited prior to posting. Mindfulness!

Jessica B.

2021-03-06T06:38:20+00:00

Maybe you can leave a more constructive comment and indicate where he left it out so others know. Mindfulness!

Marian D.

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I didn't see the comments so I am going to repeat a bit because I think it is important: Great class! Please re-do it with the OTHER SIDE OF THE SADDLE!!! Yin poses are so long, you can really feel it if you are missing a whole five minutes on one side of the body. Not healthy. :) Thanks!

Carrie R.

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I liked the class but as with the other commenters, missing the second side of the saddle was a problem and having David positioned in front of the models was problematic as well. It would have been better to have him positioned behind them. It would be great if you could at least fix the missing second side or alert yogis before they start so they don't spend the rest of the class thinking they did something wrong--like I did--which kind of undermines the point of the class.

Susan H.

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We do need to see both models and yes David was sitting right in front of one; could camera not move around to show all sides? Please offer more yin classes. Thanks

Maria G.

2018-10-17T05:56:52+00:00

Agree

Susan H.

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We do need to see both models and yes David was sitting right in front of one; could camera not move around to show all sides? Please offer more yin classes. Thanks

Fernanda D.

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Although one side was missing...I stopped the video and did it. Amazing practice. I was feeling very stiff and now my body is just awesome. Thanks a lot Kim.

Ann M.

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Otherwise, I really enjoyed the class. I am interested in more yin yoga.

Molly W.

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Hi, David. I'm very interested in this class, and your voice is soothing and easy to follow. However, you placed your body right in front of the woman who was demonstrating the modified postures. There were not enough verbal cues for me to be sure that I had the correct alignment. I'll search the site for another yin class.

linda s.

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Love this class but noticed the second side on the second to last post was left out.

Susanne A.

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Hi David, we met briefly at Okreblue on Paros last October, maybe you remember me, I'm from Switzerland. I want to thank you for all your great yin and yang yoga classes. It was very special for me meeting you.

Galadriel J.

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I love this class very much, but the thigh opener where you are laying on the bolster cuts, skipping one side entirely. I paused and set a three minute timer to do the other side, but it would be nice if it was included!

Karen H.

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The second side on the thigh stretch was edited out. They do start on one side and end on the other, but the actual verbal cue and 3 minute time sequence to hold the pose were left out. So hit pause and change sides. This is a killer deep yin practice. I will try it more times as it is the kind of yin practice that will sink deeper with repetition.

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