Yin Yoga classes

Whether you’re just getting started or have lots of experience, Glo has classes at every level, in a diverse range of styles.

Whether you’re just getting started or have lots of experience, Glo has classes at every level, in a diverse range of styles.

Yin

Injury prevention, joint health, and restorative energy.

The essence of Yin yoga is surrender. It focuses on postures that lengthen the muscles surrounding the hips, pelvis, and lower back. Students typically hold these postures for 3-10 minutes per side in order to lengthen the connective tissue that surrounds the joints and increase its elasticity. Since a Yin yoga practice often includes several long, seated forward bending postures, it also restores energy and calms the nervous system.

Yoga

Level 1 60 mins

A slow-moving Yin class for shoulder and neck relief, especially helpful for unwinding after work or sitting for long periods of time. Move through Ardha Uttanasana or Standing Half Forward Bend, Supported Supta Virasana or Reclining Hero Pose, then finish with a 10-minute guided Savasana and body scan. This class was previously streamed on March 23, 2021. Props Required: 1 block and a bolster.

Yoga

Level 1 30 mins

A calming Yin practice to alleviate tension and restlessness in the mind and body through slow, supportive movement, long holds, and the So Hum mantra. This class was previously streamed on March 15, 2021. Props Required: a block.

Yoga

Level 1-2 45 mins

This 45-minute Yin Fusion class is everything you need to get out of your head and into your body. Find a deep, relaxing stretch to release energetic blocks and provide a much-needed breath into every cell of the body. This non-traditional Yin class explores a combination of long holds and cleansing breathwork. Begin with calming alternate nostril breathing then sink into a comfortable position on your back in Supta Badha Konasana, Supta Padangusthasana, and a deep spinal twist. Connect to your core with a mellow mindful exercise before dropping back into Yin with Happy Baby, Bridge, and a Seated Forward Fold. Ground yourself in Tadasana, Pigeon, and Cow Face, and then a final Savasana. Suggested Props: 2 blocks.

Yoga

Level 1 60 mins

Release tension and fatigue by honing in on your fascia with subtle, slow movements on your back. This unique class will target your abdominals and side body with Vinyasa-like breath-movement and Yin-style postures.

Yoga

Level 1-2 20 mins

After you've treated yourself to a great meal, treat yourself to this cozy, digestion-boosting practice to bring yourself back to equilibrium. You'll focus on massaging your abdomen with calming Yin postures and a rolled-up blanket or towel to support the digestive process and ease any discomfort. Props Needed: A blanket or towel.

Yoga

Level 1-2 60 mins

Explore what it means to cultivate sattva (equanimity, calm, and balance) through movement and meditative experiences. This soothing practice includes gentle, low-to-the-ground twists, backbends, and forward bends, with a focus on encouraging awareness, attention, and ease. Props Needed: A block. Props Suggested: A blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

If you find yourself falling into a midday slump, this class can pick you back up. Designed to fit into your lunch break, this nourishing sequence of Yin postures and pranayama will give you the boost you need to make it through the rest of your day in good spirits. Props Needed: Two blocks.

Yoga

Level 1 45 mins

If you've never practiced Yin before, this class will introduce you to the benefits of cultivating stillness and softness. Build the foundation of your Yin practice as you're guided through a relaxing sequence with ample instruction to draw awareness to safe stretching. While Yin classes often hold poses up to ten minutes, this introductory practice will ease you in with shorter holds. Props Needed: A blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 90 mins

Appreciate the luxury of living in the moment with these soothing, slow-moving Yin poses. You'll create space and suppleness throughout your body to allow energy to move through you with ease. This relaxing practice acknowledges the body's natural shapes and capacity while encouraging deep tension release. Props Suggested: a blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 20 mins

Enjoy a slow, steady release on all sides of the hips. This calming practice features long holds in supta virasana, dandasana, and a variety of forward folds, for a full-circle exploration of the hip socket. Props Suggested: A block and a blanket.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

If you could imagine your ultimate day of self-care, what would it look like? This meditative Yin class will help you tap into your ability to nourish yourself through long holds, gentle twists, and some helpful Ayurvedic principles. You'll consider how to develop a supportive self-care routine, and find more softness and spaciousness through your yoga. Props Suggested: A strap and a blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

Take a brief break to stop stress in its tracks. This practice uses Chinese Medicine theory to counteract stress by nourishing the water element and kidneys. You'll practice long holds in poses that target specific meridians, in order to ease stress and tension. Specific breathing techniques will be used to magnify the calming effects. A great practice anytime you need to relax, recharge and shake off whatever is weighing you down. Props Needed: A block and a blanket or towel.

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