Yin Yang Yoga Loft would like to help you perfect your Asanas with our new video project. Our instructors will show modifications and progressions for every level of experience. We pay a lot of attention to proper alignments in Asana practice and try to offer solutions that will help you understand the movements and the goals of the stance even better. Check out the videos below to get a feel of the detail of instructions you will be guided through in our classes, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date on the content we will be posting!
Warrior I (Virabhadrasana I) Asana encourages good circulation and respiration. It also helps strengthens your shoulders, arms, legs, and back, as well as opens yours hips, chest and lungs.
Downward-Facing Dog Asana helps strengthen the body and bring awareness to your breathing. It energizes the body, while calming the mind. It’s a great practice to elongate your spine, and strengthen and open and chest.
Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II) Asana increases stamina and stimulates abdominal organs. It helps strengthen and stretch your legs and ankles, as well as relieves backaches.
‘Triangle’ is known as a symbol of balance, and this Asana helps calm the mind and reduce stress and anxiety. Trikonasana’s health benefits include improvement of blood flow throughout the entire body. It strengthens the hips, legs and back, while providing flexibility to the groins and hamstrings, and opening the heart.
Standing Forward Bend pose activates the abdominal muscles, strengthens knees and thighs, while relieving tension in the spine, back and neck. Uttanasana helps keep the spine strong and flexible, and this asana even has the ability to improve digestion.
The Tree Pose has a weight-bearing nature to it, which strengthens the bones of legs and hips. Furthermore, it tones the entire standing leg, and improves the overall balance and stability of the legs.
Phalakasana helps strengthen hands and wrists, as well as build stronger triceps and tone the buttocks. Spinal muscles are engaged during the Plank Pose, and neck muscles lengthen.