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Meditation Hatha Vinyasa Flow Ashtanga

Create physical and mental focus through the breath and the heart.

This kundalini pranayama meditation creates a deep concentration and a detachment that helps you to observe your attachments and release them, becoming more centered in your Self. This is one of my favorites. If you are feeling a need to move through blocks, then I highly recommend you practice it for 40 days. Prop Suggested: A blanket to sit on.
2 20 Kia Miller
Increase focus and concentration by cultivating the sattva guna, the attitude of clarity and equanimity. Through cultivating focus, through attention to our feet, standing balancing poses, lighting up our inner luminosity, transforming the raging fire of pitta to the light clarity of the sattva guna. We'll then progress onto the floor for a sweet languid restorative practice that continues to allow us to cultivate our sense of equanimity, balance, sweetness and ease, we'll slow down in a way that opens up all of the 72,000 nadis, or channels of the body, before settling into a sweet savanasa. This practice uses two blocks and a bolster for the restorative portion of the body.
1-2 60 Felicia Tomasko
In this meditation, Harshada uses a traditional Tibetan Gong to help bring attention back to the focus of meditation. A great tool to bring your practice to the next level.
1 30 David Harshada Wagner
This class uses pranayama and the asymmetry of standing balancing poses in order to focus the mind and bring one into the present moment. Perfect for pre-meeting, presentation, big event, or preparing oneself for the day.
2 60 Tara Judelle
What does it mean to take your seat in meditation? In this practice session, Sally explores the role of correct focus as the doorway to meditation, and then guides you into a soft, gentle focus practice that can help you slip easily into the meditation slip-stream.
1 15 Sally Kempton
This class serves as a review of many of the poses in Darren's previous YogaGlo classes. It therefore offers a lot of postures with very little alignment instruction. It is geared towards students of vinyasa.
2 60 Darren Rhodes
Are digital distractions and busyness making you less focused? Hone in and flow with awareness of every moment and tune into sensation through balancing poses to focus your mind. Use vinyasa transitions to amp up your productivity, and pranayama (breathing) to heighten your sensitivity and presence. Leave the mat and start appreciating the beauty all around you. Props Suggested: A blanket.
2-3 60 Amy Ippoliti
By bringing your full attention and presence onto your mat, you begin to cultivate a deeper level of focus and concentration in the present moment. An all around practice with balancing poses to help cultivate your concentration and focus.
1-2 20 Steven Espinosa
Learning to observe the flow of breath in the nostrils and the subtle impact the breath can have on mood and concentration takes practice and patience. This practice helps to set the tone for observation. Prop Suggested: A blanket to sit on.
1-2 15 Mary Taylor
A flow of postures, strung together through concentration on the sound of the breath and the release of tension through soft steady gazing allows for a practice that is at once disciplined and extraordinarily meditative. Props Suggested: Wall space, strap, block and blanket.
2 60 Mary Taylor

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