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Meditation

Mind/body awareness and compassionate self-exploration.

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.

Preparing your body and mind for rest can help you sleep more soundly and deeply. This bedtime meditation features gentle alternate nostril breathing to coax you into stillness. Set aside a few moments in your nighttime routine, and breathe your way to better sleep. Props Suggested: A bolster and blanket.
Ease into the sweet softness of evening and prepare for a peaceful sleep. This breath-centered meditation will help you exhale the contents of your day and gently transition to the feminine energy of nighttime. You'll practice both ujjayi and alternate nostril breathing, to gradually quiet your interior space and summon a deeply restorative rest. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.
Don't let stress hijack your day. Create a little distance to remind yourself that you are not your situation. This brief meditation will help you let go of anxious thoughts and soften commonly tense areas in your body, so you can keep yourself lifted when stressful times strike. Props Suggested: A block or bolster.
Allow this soothing mantra meditation to remind you of the transitory nature of suffering. Find comfort in moments of transition or difficulty by remembering that you are not stuck and eventually this feeling will pass. Props Suggested: A bolster or block.
The brief meditation for beginners will help you practice focusing your awareness on your body and your breath. With periods of guidance interspersed with silence, you can return to this practice again and again. The only requirement is to let go of any expectations or judgements, and challenge yourself to simply notice your experience. Find a comfortable seat so you can dive right in. No meditation experience necessary.
In need of some body/mind regeneration? Ayurveda reminds us that the healing process is fundamentally rooted in nature. This meditation uses breathing cues and a simple mantra to help you merge with the healing energy of the natural world. Relax and allow your edges to soften, so you can feel an absorption into something bigger.
Yoga Nidra on Earth, Water and Space - Journey through the elements as you practice yogic sleep. Lay down comfortably and conduct a body scan, bringing breath into your bones, and relaxing deeply. Explore the sensory feelings inside your body as a way of drawing inward towards your interior. Props Suggested: A blanket.
If you feel overwhelmed or unfocused, this brief meditation will help to refresh your mind. Let go of any agenda, expectations or judgement, and simply notice your experience as an unbiased observer. Find a comfortable seat so you can jump right in, your practice will begin as soon as you press play.
Let go and release the day as you contemplate and visualize a fulfilling tomorrow. This brief end-of-day meditation will help prepare you for a good night’s sleep, while setting the stage for an ideal day to come. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Your breath is a beautiful indicator of how you are doing. A shortened breath may sometimes signal a more stressed out state of well-being. Welcome in ease of mind and sweetness of breath with this soothing meditation. Find a comfortable seat and explore three classic pranayama exercises: ujjayi, dirgha and nadi shodhana. You'll learn how to layer them into one practice, to encourage expansiveness in your breath and overall being. Props Suggested: A block or a bolster.
This meditation is for those moments when you lose faith, forget your worth, and need a reminder of what's possible. Allow these sweet affirmations to reacquaint you with the beauty of who you are. Props Suggested: A blanket to sit on.
Generate clean energy to power your day! Begin your morning with steady, invigorating breath work, including alternate nostril breathing and breath of fire. You'll restore harmony and equilibrium to your mind, so you can start your day feeling calm, clear and centered. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.

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