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Cultivate self-compassion

Meditation Hatha Vinyasa Flow

Cultivate self love and acceptance so you can live the life you deserve.

Do this mantra meditation whenever you are grappling with low self-esteem, a negative mind, or want to dispel negativity around you. The mantra Aap Sohai Hoa, Suchay Dah, Suchay Doa, Har Har Har. translates as: You, Divine One, have become my refuge. True is your support, great creative infinite. Strengthen your mental self control! Try it, it is wonderful! LIVE MUSIC WITH AYKANNA.
1 15 Kia Miller
You cannot get out of your body, but you can change your energy. This meditation helps you to come back to balance if you are mentally freaking out or feeling overwhelmed and/or stressed. It is a simple breath technique that can be done anywhere any time. Put this in your toolbox and use it often. It will aid you in staying graceful in the most ungraceful times.
1 10 Kia Miller
This practice will promote letting go and settling down. Wether you have had a confrontation that you want to let go of or you are dealing with free-flowing anxiety from a hectic life, this sequence will help you turn in and recalibrate. Focus on hip openers and forward folds in this class, finishing with alternate nostril breath and yoni mudra. Props Needed: A block.
2 45 Stephanie Snyder
This pranayama tutorial highlights viloma pranayama with a focus on your exhale. A user-friendly and portable practice, it's a perfect way to reduce anxiety in the moment, either in your office or in your bed. Great for insomnia as well or if you are traveling and between time zones. Props Suggested: A blanket, a bolster or pillow, eye pillow or towel.
1 15 Marc Holzman
This meditation targets the energy of self hatred and cultivates the energy of self love and acceptance. Use anytime you are feeling down, have been experiencing guilt or just when you need a little extra boost to your week.
1-2 20 David Harshada Wagner
This energizing practice enlivens body and mind. Accessible asanas with a focus on your abdomen and navel center, twists, mild back bending, abdominal strengthening and work with your breath will activate the subtle (pranic) body and empower you to fully shine internally and externally. Props Suggested: A blanket.
2 90 Rod Stryker
Happy full moon, happy birthday, happy anniversary, happy you-made-it-to-your-mat day!! This class is a celebration of YOU! Through reflection and contemplation, gain a deeper insight to the preciousness of your life. Move around the mat in a slow juicy flow which leaves nothing untouched. Warm up with sun salutation C and then drop into half splits, crescent moon and triangle. Move at your own pace, add or subtract postures, use variations, and enjoy!
2 60 Jo Tastula
There is no relationship more important than the one you have with yourself as it informs all others. Open to Consciousness and then hug to the midline. After a strong warm up and standing series, begin to explore asymetrical arm balances, culminating in the challenging eka pada urdhva dhanurasana. Props Needed: Wall space.
2-3 90 Marc Holzman
From stress reduction to stress destruction, use your breath and asana designed to release those places in your body where stress is often stored. This sequence uses a variety of hip opener and thigh stretches to get you into agnistanbasana (logs of fire) and supta virasana (reclined hero). Feel more space in your lower body and more peace in your mind. If you do not have blankets, use a few towels instead. Props Needed: Three blankets and a bolster.
1-2 30 Darren Rhodes
This meditation uses sound and breathing as a means to raise your frequency, and create a connection to your self-esteem that is unshakeable. Whether you're feeling vulnerable, contracted, angry or sad, this will awaken a healing current and deliver you back to the world feeling way better.
1 15 Elena Brower
Power combo package with Maiya Mala, the veil that creates self judgment and doubt, as your spiritual focus. Begin with a slow mindful all around flow to warm up your body. Then clear obstacles with a Ganapati mantra. The mantra is Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha. Next, recalibrate with breath work and finally sit for meditation. Props Suggested: A blanket.
2 60 Marc Holzman
If you're in need of some nurturing and self care maintenance in matters of body, mind, spirit, you're in the right place. A feel good sequence of chatturanga free flows and poses that soothe and strengthen your lower back, open your neck, chest and shoulders, leaving you feeling spectacular and ready to take on whatever is next. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and wall space.
2 90 Amy Ippoliti

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