Yin Yoga Videos

A floor-based yoga style that targets connective tissue and helps you develop a strong meditation practice.

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Restorative Yoga 60 Minutes [60 Minutes]
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Restorative Yoga 60 Minutes [60 Minutes]

Restorative yoga is an avenue for rest not only in the body, but also in the mind. Rest for the mind is necessary to soothe chronic stress and build a firm mental and emotional foundation while you keep flying your ship. It is constructive release and relaxation. Embrace the practice fully by setting up a space with low lighting, that is relatively quiet, and warm, and mute technology distractions. Remember that you can’t control everything, just do your best - if you wait for perfect conditions to practice, you’ll be waiting forever. Have ready the following props: bolster (or firm pillow), 2 blocks (or stack of hardcover books), 2-3 blankets. By Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. www.cindyglennonwellness.com Royalty-free music, Theta Travel and Starfish Relaxation Theta Wave, by Rebecca Reads. As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired.  Thanks for your understanding.
Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 5 for Winter - Release Fears, Amplify Determination [Yin] [Seasonal] [60 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 5 for Winter - Release Fears, Amplify Determination [Yin] [Seasonal] [60 Minutes]

In the fifth and final of the Yin Yoga and Acupressure series, we focus on two more meridian energy lines (Kidney and Bladder) with yin yoga postures and acupressure points. The physical yin practice is all-around support for the connective tissues of your body and the energetic practice supports your wellbeing in the winter and any time you want to connect with the water element of these two meridians. This meditative practice encourages releasing fears and amplifying your determination. Important: Certain acupressure points can induce contractions in pregnant women. Please skip the acupressure if you are pregnant or have any other concerns about acupressure. For a reminder of how yin yoga and the meridian lines (a concept in Traditional Chinese Medicine) are connected, check out Yin Yoga Acupressure Series Intro (5 minutes). Acupressure is an easy technique that you can do yourself to ease body and mind. Royalty-free music by Rebecca Reads. As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.
Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 4 for Fall - Release Old Habits, Connect, Breathe Freely  [Yin] [Seasonal] [70 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 4 for Fall - Release Old Habits, Connect, Breathe Freely [Yin] [Seasonal] [70 Minutes]

In the fourth of the Yin Yoga and Acupressure series, we focus on two meridian energy lines (Lung and Large Intestine) with yin yoga postures and acupressure points. The physical yin practice is all-around support for the connective tissues of your body and the energetic practice supports your wellbeing in the fall. This meditative practice encourages releasing old habits and connected, free-flowing breathing. For a reminder of how yin yoga and the meridian lines (a concept in Traditional Chinese Medicine) are connected, check out Yin Yoga Acupressure Series Intro (5 minutes). Acupressure is an easy technique that you can do yourself to ease body and mind. Important: Certain acupressure points can induce contractions in pregnant women. Please skip the acupressure if you are pregnant or have any other concerns about acupressure. Royalty-free music by Rebecca Reads. As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.
Yin Chakra Series Part 7: Crown (Final Episode) [Yin] [15 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure Series: Intro [Yin] [Seasonal] [5 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure Series: Intro [Yin] [Seasonal] [5 Minutes]

This video is an introduction to my Yin Yoga and Acupressure Series. Each episode in the series is rooted in yin yoga postures and includes application of light pressure on acupressure points. Episodes will work with different meridians (energy lines) aligned with the season (Northern Hemisphere) through the poses and acupressure points. By Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. www.cindyglennonwellness.com Important: Certain acupressure points can induce contractions in pregnant women. Please skip the acupressure if you are pregnant or have any other concerns about acupressure. * Episode 1: Spring - Planning, Action, Vision - Gallbladder, Liver Meridians * Episode 2: Summer - Joy, Love, Fun - Sm Intestine, Triple Heater, Heart, Heart Protector Meridians * Episode 3: Late Summer - Balance, Grounding, Preparing for Change - Spleen, Stomach Meridians * Episode 4: Fall - Release Old Habits, Connection, Free Breathing - Lung, Lg Intestine Meridians * Episode 5: Winter - Release Fears, Amplify Determination - Kidney, Bladder Meridians As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired.  Thanks for your understanding.
Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 1 for Spring - Planning, Vision, Action [Yin] [Seasonal] [90 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 2 for Summer - Joy, Love, Fun [Yin] [Seasonal] [55 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 2 for Summer - Joy, Love, Fun [Yin] [Seasonal] [55 Minutes]

This is the second episode of the Yin Yoga and Acupressure Series. We focus on the small intestine, triple heater, heart, and heart protector meridian lines in the yin yoga postures and with acupressure points. These meridians align with summer season, including the energy of summer, which includes joy, love, and fun. Watch the Introduction to this series (separate video) for more information. Important: Certain acupressure points can induce contractions in pregnant women. Please skip the acupressure if you are pregnant or have any other concerns about acupressure. By Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. www.cindyglennonwellness.com All music by Rebecca Reads. Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense.  To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program.  By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk.  Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website.  This includes emails, videos and text.  Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.
Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 3 for Late Summer - Balance, Ground, Prepare for Change  [Yin] [Seasonal] [55 Minutes]
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Yin Yoga Acupressure: Episode 3 for Late Summer - Balance, Ground, Prepare for Change [Yin] [Seasonal] [55 Minutes]

In the third of the Yin Yoga and Acupressure series, we focus on two meridian energy lines (spleen and stomach) with yin yoga postures and acupressure points. The physical yin practice is all-around support for the connective tissues of your body and the energetic practice is working with balancing grounding earth elements and flowing air elements during the transition of summer to fall season (late summer). For a reminder of how yin yoga and the meridian lines (a concept in Traditional Chinese Medicine) are connected, check out Yin Yoga Acupressure Series Intro (5 minutes). Acupressure is an easy technique that you can do yourself to ease body and mind. Important: Certain acupressure points can induce contractions in pregnant women. Please skip the acupressure if you are pregnant or have any other concerns about acupressure. Royalty-free music by Chris Collins. As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.

Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense.  To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program.  By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk.  Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website.  This includes emails, videos and text.  Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.