Yin & Yang Yoga
This video 2-pack includes complementary yoga styles:
1) Yin yoga – a slow practice with deep stretches to relax and calm
2) Yang yoga – a faster flowing practice to energize and strengthen your body
Yin yoga not only stretches the muscles but it also targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of yoga.
These two videos are the perfect complement to each other and balance the energies of the body, mind, and spirit.
These practices are for anyone who wants to improve muscle elasticity and joint health.
The “yang yoga” or energizing practice will work your entire body from head to toe and strengthen your legs.
The “yin yoga” or slow practice will calm your mind, improve the elasticity of your muscles, and target the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine.
These yoga videos can help if you:
• want to improve your fitness level
• are an athlete who wants to improve flexibility
• want to improve your energy levels
• want to de-stress
• have very tight hips, quadriceps, or hamstrings
• want a more flexible spine
• want to do deep stretching
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
yoga mat, strap, cushions/props
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Easy to follow.
Presented in plain language.
Watch a video sample:
“I’m really enjoying Yin yoga. Its just me and my body.
I like the quiet time by myself.”
Laurie Kambeitz, Grand Forks, BC
Purchase the videos
You can watch the yoga videos online anytime from any computer or mobile device.
Click Purchase below and you’ll receive access to two videos:
- Yang/Energy Yoga
- Yin/Calming Yoga
Click the orange button below. Once your purchase goes through you will receive an email within 24 hours with a link and password for the videos.
These yoga videos were developed by certified yoga and fitness instructor, Jennifer Houghton, from decades of teaching workshops and classes.
She has worked with hundreds of clients who experience back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, and hip pain. She has also taught yoga classes to people who have Multiple Sclerosis.