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Class Pass Review

Christopher demonstrating options for the Deep Squat (Gambling) posture.

What’s Yin Yoga?

Yin yoga is a long-hold, deep-stretch practice that effectively rejuvenates the joints and surrounding tissues of (mainly) the hips and low back. But, it’s less about stretching, and more about stimulation.

An ideal complement to more active, rhythmic, and repetitive endeavors — flow yoga, dance, martial arts, swimming, cycling, running, weight-lifting, and such — Yin yoga is the real yoga for athletes. Its magic resides in postural stillness, which is how the therapeutic stimulation is delivered.

Some even describe Yin yoga as WD-40 for joints. But, don’t just take my word for it.

Here’s What People Are Saying

Prior to Christopher’s class I was in a great degree of pain in my hip area. I didn’t think I would be able to do any poses. I was amazed that at the end of class I was pain free! Thank you Christopher for your guidance and attention to your students. It was a class that seemed designed just for my needs. 


Christopher is always a calm, reassuring, compassionate presence. I am in my third year of practice with him and the evening classes are central to my exercise regimen. I love the long holds, which are very good at loosening up difficult joints and restoring range of motion to old injuries. I highly recommend Christopher’s Yin Yoga. 


Progress! I stood and walked unassisted for a meeting today. Given I wasn’t able to stand longer than five minutes four months ago [due to back issues], I welcome these rather intense postures.


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