Tao-Yin Yoga Video for Hip Openers details:
Situated at the center of the body, the hips
are the strongest muscles in the body and the most difficult ones to
open. Because people spend most of their time sitting in a chair or driving the hips are
often resting closed. The hip openers in this series work the muscles in and around the
hips relieving tightness, discomfort, and providing increased lubrication to the joints aiding in
improving ones mobility issues. Ease in the hips enhances ones own gracefulness.
This instructional video encompasses 12 sections targeting
different poses and awareness practices of the body including:
1. Intro to Tao-Yin
2. Dragon Modified Lunge
3. Monkey King
4. Monkey Rolls From Side to Side Series
5. Monkey Swings Tail Series
6. Monkey Flaps Legs
7. Peacock Looks at its Tail Series
8. Tiger’s Tail
9. Psoas Conditioning Series
10. Spread Eagle Series
11. Psoas Variations- Monkey Clasps Knees Series
12. Psoas Variations- Monkey Prays
This instructional video is a wonderful way to expand your
practice whether you are a teacher or a student.
Tao -Yin yoga means energy directing. Whether you are a student
of yoga, or a teacher of yoga, these instructional videos are appropriate
for all levels of students interested in learning the fundamentals of how to
manage stress by increasing one’s awareness of
the body. Each video of instruction emphasizes how to direct ones mind
inward to discover and accept our own body where it is at in the moment.
Every journey inward is viewed as an assessment of the body. By increasing
awareness of where each individual holds stress in the body, individuals learn
how to let go of tension and open constricted blood vessel; creating space for
an overall feeling of well being.