InnerYoga for Supporting Your Immune System Video
InnerYoga for Supporting Your Immune System

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InnerYoga for Supporting Your Immune System

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Dina Amsterdam leads you on a gentle healing journey to support the vitality of your immune system. This therapeutic InnerYoga session will nourish your being and body deeply without asking you to expend too much energy. The practice is grounded in the principle of maitri, or "unconditional friendliness," which is especially potent when we are faced with stress, fatigue, or illness. This video incorporates a healthy dose of pranayama, yin yoga to target our kidney chi, gentle reclined postures, an a meditation inspired by the Japanese healing art of Jin Shin Jyutsu. This video is part of the Sleep and Immunity Practice Guide

Featuring music by Roop Verma and Adam Lees

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SriMummyDaddy, posted on November 13, 2014

thankyou Dina for a wonderful loving practise

JessyH, posted on November 9, 2014

Before doing this practice I had uncomfortable sensations and tremors in my chest. Now they have gone and I feel soothed and nourished. Thank you Dina for such a healing practice. Namaste.

nicolef207, posted on October 14, 2014

I am doing a gentle organ detox this week and nearing the peak of discomfort today. Tried this in place of my usual vinyasa flow and it felt very clear and grounding. May return to this again as the cleanse progresses.

NattyD, posted on September 25, 2014

I'm fighting chronic lyme disease which can leave me feeling alienated from my body. This practice really helps me to reconnect to myself and have some peace in this exhausting process.

mameefranglais, posted on August 12, 2014

Ok, this is the most wonderful practice, lifted the depression right out. Many thanks.

tappin1, posted on August 2, 2014

I love yin practice, this was wonderful to start my day. Did this practice outside on my deck. Music was very nice , only heard it in transition. Thank you Dina. The Jin shin jyutsu was fab.

Lynnpell, posted on July 31, 2014

simply incredible ~ thank you!

Gugui, posted on July 12, 2014

Amazing practice! Thank you soo much! Namaste

NicoleUrdang, posted on June 9, 2014

Excellent to nourish your parasympathetic nervous system.
Love the Jin Shin Jyutsu.
Added ten minutes of pranayama: 1:2 ratio.
Thank you!

FaithI, posted on April 9, 2014

I do this practice any time I'm under the weather and find it helps a lot. I never noticed the music until I paid attention today after reading the previous comment. I don't find it irritating at all and to me, it's barely audible. (I usually keep the volumes family low.) The music is like a steady heartbeat. I think it is intended to be subtlety stimulating throughout the long static poses.

yogashanti, posted on March 23, 2014

I'm sure this is a great practice, but I didn't last more than 15 minutes, because of the music. It's not relaxing! And kind of bad. No offense, it's just not great music for such a slow practice, and I think I will have that tune stuck in my head for a day. I really wish I could listen without the music because this practice is exactly what I need right now. :-/

Jwoodworthalcock, posted on March 19, 2014

I loved that you incorporated Jin Shin Jyutsu into the practice. I am a practitioner and the combination are very powerful.
Thank you

smiles, posted on January 30, 2014

Beautiful opening practice.

smallsmile, posted on January 25, 2014

Ahhhhhhhhh...... :) Wonderfully spacious. Thank you, Dina.

yogalinakatie, posted on January 21, 2014

thank you for this class Dina - your compassion, intuition, and nurturing has brought a wave of peace to my heart.

cindyjf, posted on January 17, 2014

this was the perfect class to get me back into my yoga practice after being sick with the flu! thank you for this sequence. oh so good. my hamstrings and immune system thank you.

crmavb, posted on January 4, 2014

I thought I would be in bed all day, but I managed to follow your class, on the floor, and voila, I feel 100 times better. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, and your care.

phoenix69, posted on December 29, 2013

so clearing...thank you!

houlef, posted on December 23, 2013

I really really love this video! exactly what I need to relax and relax my hips and lower back! I feel the energy circulating at the end of the video. So grateful!

NicoleRomero, posted on December 13, 2013

This is such a beautiful class! Thank you!

yoginisandy, posted on December 4, 2013

Beautifully relaxing as I recover from sinus infection and bronchitis. Experiencing this practice twice a day right now!!

Kkgal, posted on November 30, 2013

Really enjoyed the different take on yin . Question, what is the name of the flow at the end that uses fingertips and hand on the back, and what is the explanation for using it? Thanks.

shalad21, posted on November 26, 2013

loved the class & message blessings

WellnessCoachingandReiki, posted on November 26, 2013

@DurgaMa Jin Shin Jyutsu

WellnessCoachingandReiki, posted on November 26, 2013

A beautiful practice to cultivate compassion. Thank you.

tappin1, posted on November 25, 2013

Dina, that was delish like you said. Love the immune flow I could see waves of colors passing over me, very nice. Thanks so much, nice for Pre holiday stress .

Vasaart, posted on November 25, 2013

I thought I needed a more active flow for a Monday, but something told me to do the Day 13 practice, which I missed yesterday... and it was exactly what I needed.

templarlover, posted on November 24, 2013

Lovely practice, so very calming.

RubyDiamond, posted on November 24, 2013

Thanks Dina. Simply beautiful & calming. The best way to let go & just be. I dedicate this one to my honey B and my precious daughter Lolly. Much Love!

DurgaMa, posted on November 24, 2013

what was the name of the practice at the very end (hand on upper back and thumb to alternate fingers)? What is the purpose of this practice?

misstante, posted on September 1, 2014

Dina,
Aaaaaahhhhh. Thank you.

Tamela, posted on August 31, 2014

I've done one of your other classes that was very yin and healing. This one was too intense for my body. I found myself in too much pain in these positions and not able to get over the anger at the pain. I'm sure this will be fine for people who have a certain level of health...even for me when my health gets back up to a certain state. Unfortunately, I'm just not there yet.

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