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Here's how to slow down with Yin yoga

If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed or lost, yoga is a great way to unite body and soul and feel more grounded. Because Yin yoga involves slower movement and longer poses, it is an excellent choice for those times when you really need to slow down.

In the following video, our expert Erica helps you concentrate on your breathing and the slow movements you are making, releasing into a steady flow with spinal strengthening and neck and shoulder opening. When you pause at the end of each asana, you can feel and enjoy each small movement you make. The act of doing this bring a natural sense of harmony to mind, body and soul. Experience the slow pace of Yin yoga and find your way to inner peace.


Erica Jago

Erica Jago

As a teacher, Erica's design background is vital for transforming instructional concepts into artful and meaningful class experiences. Her groundbreaking yoga workbook, Art of Attention, has been translated into five languages, and Erica's latest book, Angelus, is an experiential chakra workbook combining stunning visual design, compelling storytelling, emotionally-connected yoga, and powerful creative exercises. Erica teaches weekly classes in Hawaii or Amsterdam as well as week-long global retreats.