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Cultivate Your Intuition

Hatha Kundalini Meditation Vinyasa Flow

Explore ways to let your mind free itself enough to be intuitively guided

Begin with an opening meditation which leads you into a standing pose flow including warriors and half moon pose. Experiment with the arm balance galavasana and conclude with back bends. Remember to follow your own instincts and intuition and think for yourself. A variety of options are offered for you to determine what feels best for you.
2 60 Steven Espinosa
This meditation uses the mantra: Saa Taa Naa Maa. Translated as Infinity, life, death, rebirth. This is the cycle of life. The sounds come from SAT NAM - Truth is my Identity. Great to practice if you are wanting to move through any addiction, and to build intuition. This meditaiton helps you to connect with yourself on a spiritual level. Practiced daily it will have noticeable positive effects on your health and well being, helping to align the mind, body and spirit.
1 20 Kia Miller
In this powerful guided practice, you'll be led on a journey to discover the sage and guide who lives within you. Be in dialogue with an aspect of yourself and delve into the higher energies around you.
1 15 Sally Kempton
Cut through the barriers of your neurotic mind. Use a specific breath technique that invokes the Kundalini to give you the necessary vitality and intuition to combat the negative effects of your subconscious mind. Use the mantra Wha-hay Guru (ecstasy beyond words). Start at 3 mins and gradually work yourself up to a longer time.
2 15 Kia Miller
Use a 4 stroke breath designed to stimulate your pituitary gland, associated with hormone balance and your intuition. Feel the profound energetic shift from relating to your breath for a full 17 minutes. Use this practice to develop your capacity to live and act from your intuitive mind. Enjoy.
2 20 Kia Miller
Activation of the lunar force invokes the power of steadiness, immovable resolve, and most importantly, self-awareness. In this mentally challenging practice use asana to awaken the lunar force and invoke its nurturing qualities through deeply soothing and challenging long-holds, pranayama, and meditation. Cultivate the forces that lead to calm in the midst of turbulence and that awaken peace, intuition and self-knowing. Prop Suggested: A block.
2 90 Rod Stryker
A solar practice using asana, breath and bandha links you to prana or life force. Build vitality, enthusiasm, expansion, subtle awareness and power. Building your connection to prana is the basis for making your yoga more energetic as well as expanding its impact to be potentially limitless. It is also the foundation for the final stage of practice, fire.
2 90 Rod Stryker
The third eye center is your "command center" - a gateway to deepening your internal and subtle vision. This guided practice will lead you to profound stillness and help you develop inner vision. The process will nurture you while deepening you in the path to meditation. Prop Suggested: A blanket to sit on.
1 15 Rod Stryker
Balance the hemispheres of your mind, increase intuition and re-energize your body, allowing a greater capacity to command your own consciousness and thrive in life. The class is done seated using mantra and a series of active movements with the arms. Live music in the class with Jaya Laxshmi an Ananda. Prop suggested: A blanket.
2 60 Kia Miller
Explore the 6th Chakra called Ajna. It has to do with sight, insight & intuition. It is a center of clairvoyance, clear perception and commands our reality. Practice using drishti and the power of the gaze. Call upon your psychic and telepathic abilities by practicing with your eyes closed! Practice includes lots of cooling introspective forward bends and twists. Also includes eye exercises, breath-work and guided meditation. Props Suggested: A strap or blindfold.
2 60 Jo Tastula
As yogis we focus our eyes to see not only with external vision, but with an internal awareness. Focus your attention on the dristi or gaze, using it to find or challenge your core strength, revealing what's really present for you today. Open to your own creativity, intuition and purpose for your path. Props Needed: A block.
2 60 Chelsey Korus

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