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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.

Thoughts come and go of their own volition. You can choose to go with them, or simply watch them pass. This class will help you get set up and centered, then provide more than 5 minutes of silence to be with yourself. Observe your thinking without trying to change it, and open to the perspective that you are not your thoughts. The key to meditation is to sit every day, so return to this class again and again! Props Suggested: A blanket to sit on.
The chakras evoke mystery, an artistic imagination and connection to the subtle body. Take a guided journey from the first chakra at your tailbone to your seventh chakra at the crown of your head. Tune into the vibration, the nerves and pulses along your spine and discover how each energy center is a source of power and great feeling inside. Props Suggested: A blanket or a bolster.
A quick meditative break using the mantra So Hum, which means "I am that." Visualize the flow of your breath as it enters your nostrils, then journeys down your spine and back up. Continue to trace the pathway of your central axis, illuminating and enlivening the superhighway of the Self. Props Suggested: A bolster or blanket.
Welcome the day by setting an intention with this short and sweet meditation. Focus on what you want to call forth in your life, then relax into a space where you can sense that it is already happening. You can write your desire in a journal, or say it aloud. There is power in speaking or writing your intention into existence.
Sometimes you just need to chill out for a moment. Loosen up with a few neck rolls, then settle into your body, letting go of any tension. All it takes is a few minutes to walk away feeling centered and at peace.
Build trust in your ability to conceive a new life or project with this grounding meditation. Settle into a comfortable seat, then use gentle breathing exercises to connect with your body. Consider all the people and places that nourish and nurture you, as you access a space of deep inner knowing. Close with a simple seated twist and forward fold, bowing to the knowledge that you can provide a home for this person or idea. Props Suggested: A blanket to sit on.
Get unstuck and come into the present moment with this calming sequence. Begin seated wherever you may be, or lay down onto your back. Practice a sweeping breath - sweeping out attachment and sweeping in a sense of non-attachment. Remember that this is different than feeling detached. Be fully engaged with your world in order to become fully present. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Climb into bed, close your eyes, and take a quiet moment to organize your thoughts. Put away any fears or stresses from the day, releasing negativity as you sink into sleep. A final guided body scan will help you surrender and relax, leaving you ready for a deep and rejuvenating rest. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.
Start your morning by connecting to the mystery and potential of a new day. Notice all the sounds and sensations surrounding you as a fresh morning opens up. Breathe deeply into your body and experience the rich creative current on which life is constantly unfolding. Enjoy a feeling of calm presence that you can carry with you throughout your day.
Relax deeper and deeper as you explore the five layers of your being, from your physical body to your innermost self. This calming meditation provides a total reset for your body and mind. You'll scan each layer of your awareness, softening any areas of tension, before resting in the comfort of your layer of bliss. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.
Explore the animal totems related to your first five energy centers. Beginning with your root, travel up your chakras through your sacrum, belly, heart and throat. Meditate upon the qualities of each animal's spirit and how it relates to your emotional and physical state of being. Props Suggested: A blanket or a bolster.
Create a visual map of your three-dimensional self. This brief meditation will help you visualize the flow of energy in your body, so you can open yourself up to the world around you. Props Suggested: A bolster or a blanket.

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