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When you merge the mind, body, and senses through yoga practice, being mindfully present, you are either preparing for Meditation, or Meditating: a process that can foster self-acceptance, exploration, awareness, mind/body balance and compassion.

Practice directional breathing through all three dimensions to invite inner spaciousness, as well as ever subtler attention to your being. Move through each technique alone, then in a sequence. After establishing yourself in your own inner abode, release your breath and enjoy the ease and peace of meditation. Props Suggested: A blanket or a bolster.
Practice Focus: Breath
1-2 20 Annie Carpenter
Yoga nidra invites you to access a deep state of relaxation where receptivity to your innate wisdom and intelligence lies. Use this practice to come into conscious relationship with your inner centers of energy - the chakras. Dissolve stress, reprogram your energy and arrive at a place of connection and peace.
Practice Focus: Yoga Nidra
1-2 20 Kia Miller
This yoga nidra class explores the emotions we so strongly identify with, and then offers a chance to welcome them as part of your practice or meditation. Reclining back in savasana for this guided meditation, go deeper and deeper into your inner world and notice the arising sensations in your body. Use the breath to find total relaxation and resolution of emotional tension at the subconscious level. Suggested Props: A blanket and a bolster.
Practice Focus: Yoga Nidra
1 20 Jo Tastula
According to yoga philosophy, the whole material universe is made up of three qualities, referred to as sattva, rajas and tamas. Find yourself a comfortable seat and begin with a centering meditation before moving on to learn about the characteristics of the three gunas. Meditate on these subtle qualities, thinking about their various aspects and how they may shape and affect your life. Allow the gunas to help you see situations in a new way. Props Suggested: A blanket and a bolster.
1-2 30 David Harshada Wagner
Meditate on your spiritual connection to food and nourishment, then set a healthy intention. It's great to start your day with this class, so you stay in connection with your intention throughout the day.
1 5 Claire Missingham
Reptilian energy is a very simple, primeval form of awareness. In yoga it is called the kundalini. In this meditation, be like a lizard, turtle or serpent, feeling and sensing the raw data of your heart beat, body temperature, breathing and pulse. Learn to sense your own vibration as the very source of awareness itself. Props Suggested: A blanket.
1-2 5 Tias Little
Turn your focus inward and away from the busy world. Take a moment to simply lay down and listen with this meditative practice. By giving your mind something to focus on beyond the millions of thoughts that float by, this body scan will support undoing the stresses of your busy world. Allow the systems of your body to recharge and recalibrate, invoking deep relaxation. Props Needed: A blanket and a bolster.
Practice Focus: Yoga Nidra
1-2 30 Sara Clark
Ask yourself, what is truly important? This guided practice will help you get back in touch with what is meaningful to you. Begin in a comfortable seated position, tune inward and learn a vivid visualization technique. Open up to the curiosity it inspires within, challenge your mental agility and allow yourself to receive any revelations that may come. You'll invite more clarity into your life by focusing on your priorities.
1-2 15 David Harshada Wagner
Dissolve the boundaries of self as you meditate on softening the grip of your ego, your thinking mind. Begin in a comfortable seated position and turn your focus inward to your breath. Allow yourself to breathe beyond your subtle boundaries and become one with the space around you. Feel your inner space expand as your outer space diminishes, and find peace in this infinite place of being.
1-2 5 Tara Judelle
Explore a natural color therapy practice, where you imagine different colored lights filling your body in order to create energy, rejuvenation and a feeling of calm. Using mantras for their vibrational qualities and color visualization to open your inner body, find yourself radiating confidence, a sense of internal power, and unstoppable energy for anything you need to do in the future. Return from your meditation with the sounds of the gong. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
1-2 20 Sally Kempton
Balance intellect and intelligence (heart and mind) with this calming meditation. Allow yourself to open up and receive the unique wisdom that results when your mind and heart merge. Beginning in a comfortable seated position, learn to use your hands to connect your mind and heart. It is recommended that you bring to the practice a specific intention or desire for positive change related to any aspect of your life. Props Suggested: A bolster or a blanket.
2 5 Rod Stryker
Yoga nidra is deep rest straddling the worlds of wakefulness and sleep. In this place, insightful observation of your inner world is possible. Use this time to reflect on your sankalpa, or your intention, while engaging in sensory somatic awareness. While quieting your mind and actively resting your body, begin to cultivate your heartfelt prayer for peace, both inside and out. Come out of this meditation with a new perspective and profound sense of serenity. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster.
Practice Focus: Yoga Nidra
1-2 45 Jo Tastula

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