Published on Aug 13, 2017
Alright tribe, so while I would love to claim ownership for this incredible yin yoga for the lower back sequence, I have to give credit where credit is due.
But what I can tell you about the yin practice is this.
It’s your permission slip to sink in and release.
There’s no heavy lifting involved, no extreme core work, and definitely zero quick transitions. Instead, we focus a lot on the release, the ability to let the body be (aka not fidget), and allowing the threefold connection to take place – that is the body, mind, soul connection.
Before we get started and slip into this oh so healing sequence, let’s cover a few important tips.
*Set aside a full hour of your time for this practice, it’s worth it
*Recruit the entire prop family – yoga blocks, bolster, blanket, and maybe even an eye pillow too
*The yin postures don’t require physical activation, but rather a conscious effort to experience the sensation of the stretch
*Release or modify the posture if you experience any pinching, piercing or pain
*Transition from each pose slowly and with ease, there’s absolutely no race to the finish line
And lastly, I have another shoutout to give before we begin to breathe.
Today’s beautiful, soul inducing, transcendent music track is brought to you by a talented friend, Vincent, the creator over at blqlab.com.
Now let’s stop the talking and start the incredible relaxing! Unroll your mat and prepare for a beautiful, yin yoga for lower back relief experience!
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COMMENTS • 19
Blink Owl5 days ago
Great video! Thanks for this. I like the video and audio quality of your videos as well. What microphone do you use?
Luisa Kern1 week ago (edited)
Allie, thank you very much for this great yoga practice and for the music! Everything was great! Yin yoga is perfect for practicing mindfulness! I can’t wait to practice your new yoga class! Namaste🙏😁
Lara Prachar1 week ago
Forgot to say the music was perfect for this!!!
Albany Chanel1 week ago
Much needed. Thank you!
Lian Semmons1 week ago
From the bottom of my 💓 thank you for this practice 🙏🤗
Lara Prachar1 week ago
Half frog pose is my new favorite thing! Thank you for another epic video. Much love to the major badass yogi goddess!!!
Jenny Moden1 week ago
Yin yoga, just what i needed today 😊. Thank you
Imran Hajee10 hours ago
Wow I am so happy I found this video on youtube, this is going to be my monday tuesday routine…
I was looking for a sequence of stretches and yin poses without all the talking in other videos which makes it so difficult to find that inner peace.
Definitely appreciate the serenity during this video!
Hanna1 day ago
Thanks girlfriend. I love yin yoga! Great practise ❤️❤️🙌🏽
Barbie Beavers3 days ago
Excellent practice! Question, in the hero variation setup you use I couldn’t get the arch out of my back, is that due to my right psoas?
Kathy Annis4 days ago
Amazing !!!! I feel so good this practice was exactly what I needed today. Thank you Allie 🙏🙏🙏✌🏻❤️
Jessica Langford4 days ago
That was delicious! Thank you Allie! 💕