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Great yin class
Susan Harwood - -
We do need to see both models and yes David was sitting right in front of one; could camera not move around to show all sides? Please offer more yin classes. Thanks
Maria Galgaro - -
Agree
Great yin class
Susan Harwood - -
We do need to see both models and yes David was sitting right in front of one; could camera not move around to show all sides? Please offer more yin classes. Thanks
Nice class!
Fernanda Desai - -
Although one side was missing...I stopped the video and did it. Amazing practice. I was feeling very stiff and now my body is just awesome. Thanks a lot Kim.
Missing second saddle!
Ann Marler - -
Otherwise, I really enjoyed the class. I am interested in more yin yoga.
Please re-shoot this video!
Molly Watkins - -
Hi, David. I'm very interested in this class, and your voice is soothing and easy to follow. However, you placed your body right in front of the woman who was demonstrating the modified postures. There were not enough verbal cues for me to be sure that I had the correct alignment. I'll search the site for another yin class.
Great class but missing something
linda spiker - -
Love this class but noticed the second side on the second to last post was left out.
Paros
Susanne Anderegg - -
Hi David, we met briefly at Okreblue on Paros last October, maybe you remember me, I'm from Switzerland. I want to thank you for all your great yin and yang yoga classes. It was very special for me meeting you.
Glitch in video
Galadriel Joy - -
I love this class very much, but the thigh opener where you are laying on the bolster cuts, skipping one side entirely. I paused and set a three minute timer to do the other side, but it would be nice if it was included!
The second side thigh stretch was edited out
Karen Heersink - -
The second side on the thigh stretch was edited out. They do start on one side and end on the other, but the actual verbal cue and 3 minute time sequence to hold the pose were left out. So hit pause and change sides. This is a killer deep yin practice. I will try it more times as it is the kind of yin practice that will sink deeper with repetition.