Chakra Yin Yoga for Energy Balance – Yin Yoga & Affirmations

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Duration: 40-60
Style: Yin Yoga
Level: All Levels
Focus: Full Body, Chakra Yoga, Affirmations
Teacher: Kassandra Reinhardt


Hi everyone, thanks for joining me! I thought it was time to do a brand new chakra yin yoga class paired with affirmations from my new I Radiate Joy affirmation card deck.


I’ll take you through 7 yin yoga poses that activate the chakras from the root to the crown. I’m using one block in this class but rest assured it’s not necessary, you can leave it out or substitute with some cushions or blankets. This class is suitable for all levels.

This is more than just a yoga class where we stretch and strengthen. Instead, this class calls on us to dive a little bit deeper and use our yoga practice to make meaningful changes in our daily lives. The chakras can be used as metaphors and inspiration for emotional healing and well being.


Affirmations used:
– I am grounded in the present moment
– Life supports me in every way
– My power lies in my sensitivity
– My journey is my own and I claim it now
– I release all fears of not being good enough
– I am worthy of love and acceptance
– I speak my mind with clarity and compassion
– I allow all parts of me to be expressed
– My intuition is always guiding me
– I am always protected and divinely guided

I hope you find this class beneficial in some way.

What is Yin Yoga? Yin yoga is often called the Yoga of the joints because unlike other styles of yoga, the emphasis is not on the muscles but on the deep connective tissue. Connective tissue is made up of fascia, ligaments and tendons which surround and form your joints. Yin yoga improves the range of motion in your joints and also strengthens them. The results and benefits are more flexibility and greater range of motion and also more stability within your joints. Although your muscles will also be stretched, that is not the focus of the practice. It is best to practice yin yoga while your muscles are cold and NOT warmed up, even if that sounds counter intuitive. The reason we do this is so that we can send the “stress” and the “Stretch” to the connective tissues. If the muscles are warm they will steal the focus away from the joints.