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5 Minute Meditations


Short on time or new to meditation? Get started with 5 minutes a day.

Enjoy a short mantra meditation dedicated to yourself, the Earth, your heart and your community. Hold onto the heart space, feel connected, and be reminded of your power and strength.
1-2 5 Kathryn Budig
When you're a parent, combined with having a stressful job, have a lot on your emotional plate or all of the above, this brief guided meditation practice gives you a moment to step back from the chaos and let go of the struggle. A little goes a long way, and can be practiced at any time of day. Props Suggested: One or two blankets.
1-2 5 Giselle Mari
In this easy-to-follow introduction, meditation teacher Harshada Wagner discusses the practice of meditation, speaks about its benefits, and introduces the 7-part beginner meditation series.
1 5 David Harshada Wagner
Start your day off with awareness and presence with this gentle guided meditation. Jump right into your daily practice and allow it to be a simple introduction to bringing presence into your life. Begin in a comfortable seated position and tune inward, allow yourself to notice the potential that exists in the space of your day ahead. A great way to make meditation a part of your everyday routine. Props Suggested: A blanket or a bolster.
1-2 5 Tiffany Cruikshank
A meditation for yogis that have a basic meditation practice established. First drop into this space by finding a comfortable seat and observing noises around you and your body's senses both internally and externally. Let go of control and judgement as you sit and welcome all that is unfolding moment to moment. Develop in just moments a heightened sense of awareness while being in your natural state. Be open to the now and what is in the here and now. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster to sit on.
1-2 5 Jo Tastula
How many times do you give yourself permission to "just be"? Take time to just be in your breath, in your body and in your heart.
1-2 5 Steven Espinosa
Are you finding yourself up in the middle of the night? Do you have trouble going to sleep at night or falling back to sleep after getting up? A meditation that will help you turn your mind off, tune into your breath and inner wisdom and find your happy place. You can practice this meditation anywhere, even in your be
1 5 Carole Westerman
Either seated on the floor or seated in a chair, use this quick practice when you need to eliminate and shed any emotional or mental tension or stress. After a few deep sighs, relax into your upright position and focus on the space in between your eye brows. Bring your awareness on your breath, drawing it in and out through the nose. Continue this for a few minutes, and notice how peace and ease develop. Props Needed: A bolster or something to sit on.
1-2 5 Rod Stryker
Imagine being able to press a restart button whenever you're feeling stressed out. It is indeed possible! This restart can be your breath, and you can access it at anytime. Let your breath melt your challenges away with this pranayama practice. Be guided through a technique that counts inhales and exhales, which gives your mind something to focus on, allowing you to experience a more expansive breath in the present moment.
1-2 5 Sara Clark

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