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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.

A simple and gentle visual guided meditation for challenging life transitions. Practice this meditation when you feel lost and need the reminder that life is forgiving and cyclical. Come to a comfortable seated position and tune in to your breath. Focus inward and practice an empowering mental mantra, visualizing it's reassuring energy overcome you. Find calm and help ease the anxiety of your difficult transition with this soothing class.
1 5 Kathryn Budig
Begin by finding the felt sense of relaxation that you access by remembering a moment of feeling fully at peace. Remind yourself what relaxation feels like with this meditation, as you rely on the muscle memory of relaxation inherent in your body. A great practice to do in times of stress or when dealing with difficult situations. Come back to this practice time and time again for a quick dose of peace. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction
1-2 5 Sally Kempton
Bring yourself into total presence with this enlightening practice. Using a mala, delve deep within and meditate on four rounds of a twenty-seven count breathing method. First, practice ujjayi centering breaths, to feel the freedom and expansiveness of your inhalations. Move on to releasing breaths, to expel emotional energy or stress. Third, practice gratitude breaths and conclude with blessing breaths. Come back to this powerful meditation often and make it your own. Props Needed: A mala. Props Suggested: A blanket and a bolster.
2 30 David Harshada Wagner
The "I am" mantra is the articulated expression of the self. Activate the experience of your own pure being and pure love, by opening the three main centers of awareness. Remind yourself of your true nature as you focus on your belly center, your heart center and your head center (or third eye), tapping into all of the power that directs your life. With focused breathing, bring awareness into these powerful centers. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
1-2 15 Sally Kempton
According to ancient wisdom, each of your fingers and thumb correspond to one of your first five chakras. Meditating on them is accessible and powerful, and by applying the right hand positions, you can access them. Be guided through a hand meditation that brings your focus to your sixth chakra, the seat of mental stillness and spiritual vision. Sense presence growing in your mind, following that sense to a feeling of deep ease and joy. Props Suggested: A bolster or a blanket.
Practice Focus: Chakras & Hands
1-2 10 Rod Stryker
This meditation uses a soothing energy combined with breath to give a nourishing, calming effect. Visualize the moving energy of your breath to be like a kind, gentle hand stroking over your heart. Find a comfortable seated position, sitting on a pillow, bolster or blanket, if accessible. Turn your focus inward, release your mind and hone in on your inhalations and exhalations. Short and sweet, a great class to incorporate into your daily routine.
Practice Focus: Breath
1-2 10 David Harshada Wagner
The principles of ayurveda teach you to embrace your uniqueness and practice the art of self-acceptance. This short, focused guided meditation encourages the art of compassionate honesty. Come to a seated position, using props as needed to help you sit comfortably, and turn your attention inward. Allow yourself the space to see through compassionate eyes, meditating on cultivating self-acceptance and love. A great practice to come back to often. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Ayurveda
1-2 5 Felicia Tomasko
Use a practice dedicated to a powerful Sanskrit mantra, following the sacred sound of "om shreem" into the silence behind thought. Sit peacefully and meditate on the mantra, allow it to flow into your inhalation and exhalation, focusing on the space in your heart where the mantra dissolves. Complete your meditation and breath with the balancing sound of the gong, walking away with the feeling of auspiciousness and positivity. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
1-2 10 Sally Kempton
Learn about kumbhaka, the pause between the inhale and the exhale, the practice of retaining the breath to find the space between. Use this guided practice to help find this space between your breaths (kumbhaka). Start in a comfortable seated position, sitting on a blanket, pillow, bolster or whatever you may have available. Practice retaining your inhalations to help create a change in your mental and emotional states. Props Needed: A blanket or a bolster to sit on.
Practice Focus: Breath
1-2 15 David Harshada Wagner
Love is a birth right. It's time to return back to this vibration by tuning into your highly intelligent heart. Love yourself with this meditation that guides you to practice sending your focus to the left side of your chest. With breath as your guide, listen closely to your heart's inner wisdom. Pause for a moment and listen, and the answers will come. Learn to trust in the intuitive energy of your heart. Props Suggested: A bolster.
1-2 10 Sara Clark
There is a beginning, middle and end to everything in life. Understanding that you, too, are in your own cycle can be quite comforting, and even better when you remember that you can choose how you'd like to show up. Acknowledge where you are in your life at this moment and meditate on showing up for yourself. Be encouraged to focus on your breath, allowing it to be a reminder that even your inhales and exhales are a cycle.
1-2 15 Sara Clark
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.
Practice Focus: Breath
1-2 5 Sara Clark

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