Heart and lungs, urinary bladder and kidneys Yin flow


Swami Kripalu once said, “My beloved child, break your heart no longer. Every time you judge yourself you break your own heart. You stop feeding on the love, which is the wellspring of your vitality. The time has come. Your time. To live, to celebrate, and to see the goodness that you are. You, my child, are divine. You are pure. You are sublimely free…”

As in the first tattva in Yin — find your own setting. What is your curve? In my Yin Teacher training with Yin teacher, Bernie Clark (author of YinSights and The Complete Guide to Yin) – he talks about the Goldilocks theory. He explains it perfectly in his newsletter.
I asked students to tap into their own curve. And also, rid self doubt and open hearts…

60 Min Sequence

Opening meditation laying supine
Supported heart opener 5 min

Photo credits yogahaven.com

Half Happy Baby (3 min)
Each side

Camel pose (hands on ground) (2-3 mins)

Child’s Pose (3 mins)

Tadpole to Frog (5 – 7 mins)

Spinx Pose (5 mins)
Slide r knee up 1 min
Slide l knee up 1 min

Supported bridge pose (blocks or bolster) 4 min

Supta baddha konosana 1 min

Supported fish pose with blocks 6 min

Cat Pulling its tail (3min each side)


Closing meditation

If you are trying my sequences, let me know your thoughts. Enjoy!

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