This yin yoga sequence helps stimulate our self-expression.
This yin yoga sequence coordinates with the summer season and the element of fire.
This yin yoga sequence targets the Liver and Gallbladder meridian lines with the intention of inspiring personal growth.
Simple Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Tapping to incorporate into yin yoga.
Hello yin friends, Happy Friday! I’m really excited to share a new sequence with you today focused on the liver and gallbladder meridian lines of the energy body. I’m still working through my webinar series on the meridian lines and tomorrow we discuss the gallbladder line in detail. I would love to have you participate. […]
Hi yin friends! I hope you are all doing well. I am currently leading a series of webinars that detail out the main meridian lines that we tap into in yin yoga. You can check out those below for more information on these two lines. Today, I wanted to offer a new sequence that stimulates […]
Hello yin friends! I hope you are doing well and that you are seeing pops of springtime wherever you are in the world. Things are finally starting to feel like spring in Texas – though I know our winter was NOTHING compared to some of you!! I love this time of year and it reminds […]
Hello yin friends! I know this one has been a long time coming. I’ve had to really pump the breaks this fall to take good care of myself physically, mentally and emotionally. So I am grateful to feel re-energized and ready to share this with you all. The sequence you find below can also be […]
Hey yin friends! I’m excited to let you know I am finally getting caught up on things and have uploaded a new yin yoga class + guided meditation to my Youtube channel. The class works to stimulate the stomach meridian line. The stomach is connected our self-confidence and intuition so it’s important that we give […]
Hello friends! Today I want to share with you a sequence that is very helpful for getting out of a dull state. The energetic focus of this sequence is on the kidney and urinary meridian channels, which are physically stimulated by the opening of the hips, incorporation of passive backbends as well as forward bending. […]