Mid-Week Yin Sequence February 16, 2018 Hey friends! Happy Friday to each of you. I hope your week is coming to a nice close so we can get this weekend started. Here’s a yin sequence and meditation that I led on Wednesday during my mid-week meditation. It was great having those of you that made it tune in for that! Here’s the breakdown of the sequence… Childs Pose (2-3 min) Table top movements. Anything that feels organic. (1 min) Puppy/Melted Heart Pose (2 min) Counter: Angry Cat pose (3 breaths) Wide Legged Dragon (2 min) Pigeon/Swan Pose (2 min) Counter: Seated Twist (1 min) *repeat dragon – twist on the other side* Supported Bridge (2-3 min) Meditation Mantra “I am here. I am alive. I am present. I am very truly blessed.” SHARE:FacebookPinterestTwitterEmailPrintMoreTumblrRedditLike this:Like Loading... Previous Yin Sequence for Zapping Tired Energy Newer Thrive Program | Now Available ONLINE! You May Also Like Yin Sequence: Relief for Shoulders, Neck, & Back February 24, 2017 Rainbow Juice | New Years Eve December 31, 2016 Energizing Spring Yin Yoga Sequence April 24, 2019 2 Comments Norma Powers June 10, 2018 at 11:52 am Reply Hi Nancy, I love your posts and videos. I just recently completed my 100 hr yin training after having completed a 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training in 2017. I’ve also been practicing yoga since 1998. However, I love yin and with the active lifestyle I have, yin totally complements it. I’ve started a few videos to educate more folks around the benefits of yin. I love the look of your videos with the frame around it. Can you please tell me which program you use to do this? Thank you for the information and continuing to shine the light on yin yoga. Peace, Love, Smiles Norma Powers Wellness and YINspiration Sent from my iPad > Loading... nancynelsonadventures July 12, 2018 at 8:19 am Reply Hey Norma! Thanks for saying hi! I apologize for my delay. Things have been a bit yang-like in my world lately. I made the frame myself in illustrator and then filmed the videos via the “OBS” program to get the frame to overlay on the video. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.