Clear and Stable Yin Yoga Video
Clear and Stable Yin Yoga

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Clear and Stable Yin Yoga

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This is a grounding, clearing, and stabilizing yin yoga practice with Cameron Gilley. Great for rebalancing after a more vigorous practice and releasing tension in the hips.

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Mirela.fricot, posted on September 3, 2016

As always, enjoyed this session. I agree, more long yin practices would be great! Very hard to find yin classes in my local area

singer.elliot, posted on July 12, 2016

Cameron Gilley is simply the best yoga teacher out there. So insightful and philosophical -- it takes your mind off the sometimes incredibly difficult poses! Very deep release.

ahwales, posted on May 14, 2016

I loved the hip opening sequence, going to share this with my students later today. Thanks so much for your inspiration Cameron, and the clarity of your guidance and insight =)

veda, posted on April 7, 2016

Thank you for another wonderful video, Cameron, I have added this to my playlist, as you have such a beautiful way of unwinding the body using breath to release our tensions, stress and overloaded joints. Your comforting, guiding voice allows for an uninterrupted soothing practice.

tami.dixon25, posted on November 19, 2015

Thanks Cameron, instruction so clear and deep. Looking forward to next time.

miranda1, posted on June 12, 2015

Cameron I hope you are very well, I practice with you almost every evening, I run and cycle too, so I find the Yin practice balances perfectly with the active sports, i have been doing this combination for 8 months now which is the longest I have ever kept to anything, the balance of both are deep within me now, I need both to maintain balance, and happiness in body and mind, so a massive most enormous thank you to you, I love working with you, your practice is perfect, BUT i would love some more long practices from you, the hour one is amazing, will you, might you do more long ones??? i hope so, very best miranda

dalenewman, posted on May 31, 2015

Dear Cameron. I watched your on line interview on how the way we breathe impacts not only our yoga practices, but our everyday lives. Breathing properly is something I find challenging in both those areas, and after hearing you speak I want to make breathing become an effortless task. Something I don't have to think about, but just have it come naturally. Will you steer me in the right direction for guidance in this area? I take 3 of your yin yoga classes and each one is a charm.

camgilley, posted on May 31, 2015

Hi Dale, glad you're enjoying the yin yoga. What I would initially recommend to help you with establishing a naturally deep quality of breath is to take 10 minutes a day to explore what is known as complete yogic breath. It's a very simple and powerful practice. Simply inhale on a slow count of 4, filling from the belly to the throat. Pause momentarily in fullness, then exhale on a slow count of 4,emptying from throat to belly, pausing in emptiness. With time, your nervous system will adapt to this being your natural rate of breathing, which in turn cues a very deep relaxation response. I hope this helps! Thanks again...

dalenewman, posted on June 1, 2015

Thank you Cameron for your quick response to my question about the breath. My life, like many others is active and stressful many times, so using this breathing tool will definatlely have a positive impact in both those areas. I will practice conscious breathing until it becomes a part of me. God bless you

celiaa07, posted on May 26, 2015

This class was one of the most amazing yin classes I have ever taken, a very nice hip opening sequence with great instruction throughout.

dalenewman, posted on May 27, 2015

Cameron Gilley is an excellent teacher with a very soothing voice. He takes you into each posture with extreme guidance and encouragement. His knowledge of the body and use of the breath make this balancing Yin practice a joy to do. God bless you Cameron.

dalenewman, posted on May 2, 2015


diamondgirl, posted on February 25, 2015

Love the focus on hip opening; always a problem area for me. Had trouble with saddle (needed way more props since I couldn't get very far back) but will enjoy working on this pose. Covering the front of my body with a blanket helps decrease the feeling of exposure and vulnerability in this pose. As always, generous hold times are most appreciated. Perfect music. One suggestion for the future: include both sides of head-turning in the child's poses. Thank you, your classes are always a pleasure! Namaste! <3

dale.c.thompson, posted on January 25, 2015

After this practice, I feel grounded and clear. Thank you! I think that out of all the Yin Yoga videos on this site, this one is my favorite. Many thanks for posting a video with such a beautiful intention. I'll definitely be doing this one again.

hutchyoga, posted on November 2, 2014

Thank you for a lovely yin class! This class will be one that I come back to over and over again. Namaste.

SamanthaAidoo, posted on August 19, 2014

Just wow. how freeing.

Mindypalmer, posted on August 16, 2014

Loved this class! Especially loved all the emphasis you put on the breath. It made a big difference and I will keep at it. Thanks for another great class Cameron :) Would love to see more yin classes from you (and bring on the corny jokes while you are at it).

sabineschulte, posted on July 21, 2014

Wow, that was a great Yin Class! Thank you, Cameron! I can't believe how fast 71 minutes can fly by! Unreal!…… And I actually DID stay even a couple minutes longer in Savasana……just didn't want this practice to end! :-) Namaste! Thanks again, Cameron!

Lucynewport, posted on July 21, 2014

Not only a beautiful practice but such a relaxing and transcendent voice. Thanks Cameron.

gab, posted on June 29, 2014

Hi Cameron I really enjoyed this sequence. Can you tell me if you have had training for yin yoga. I was just interested in any great courses or teachers of yin that you would recommend. Also I had a question about the 90/90 pose when you twist does the back hip come off the ground?

Suserra, posted on June 5, 2014

The first time was...I cried, cried and cried was amazing...Thank you very much. I am going to try again... :)

elysebaril, posted on May 5, 2014

Beautiful practice, amazing work for the hips. Thank you again!

laurenwyatt, posted on March 23, 2014

Thank you so much. This has really supported me today.

dwp31, posted on March 2, 2014

Great relaxing practice Cameron, just what I needed this morning. I really appreciate your instruction throughtout the practice

MallinaCashew, posted on February 28, 2014

This was excellent. Did it at "that time of the month," as I was feeling the need to move ma boday. This was perfect! Very opening and relaxing, as well as meditative, as it required diligence in each posture. Thank you Cameron!!

testinggoddess, posted on February 23, 2014

yes i like this work out to it does open up your hips and the other too , and makes it very open

mistransformation, posted on February 23, 2014

Once again, a phenomenal class by Cameron. Very relaxing. My hips are very open now.

wiredwoman2, posted on February 23, 2014

After a long day of busy...this video relaxed me so much I fell asleep. Miracle.

allisonmetta, posted on February 23, 2014

I really needed this hip opening, clarifing practice! Thank you, I really connect to your teaching.

robynjessica, posted on February 23, 2014

Wow that was great. like the joke about dragon draggin!

joycenteryoga, posted on February 23, 2014

Just what the guru ordered - thanks Cameron!

Jwoodworthalcock, posted on February 22, 2014

Thanks Cameron, this was wonderful after a long day of x country sking.

aliceayel, posted on February 22, 2014

Beautiful practice Cameron, thank you. It was the prefect way to end a busy day :)

ajgreen, posted on February 22, 2014

Thank you it was lovely practice.

EUNICEA, posted on February 22, 2014

Great yin work thanks soooooooo much I feel so much better after a stressful day at work

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