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Meditation

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.

It’s easy to allow negativity to consume your energy and infect your relationships, work and self-image. Using your breath to shift your mental landscape, practice inhaling positivity and exhaling negativity. You can return to this brief meditation whenever you need to reframe your mindset and elevate your mood. Props Suggested: A blanket
1-2 10 Tiffany Cruikshank
Use this powerful mantra meditation to invoke the goddess of inspiration, wisdom and speech. The Goddess Saraswati has the divine capacity to open your voice and your mind. Place yourself in a grounding and comfortable posture to call upon the power of her blessings with the mantra, "om aim saraswati namaha.” Visualize her presence, bring her into your heart, and breathe in the energy of her wisdom. Have a notebook nearby to journal your experience. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
1-2 10 Sally Kempton
In a world with so many options, it can be hard to choose the path that will bring you closer to your life’s purpose. This meditation will guide you to call forth what you desire in life, utilizing your senses for support. The focus is not on what you want, but how you want to feel. If you have hit a glass ceiling and need to figure out your next move, this meditation is for you. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster to sit on.
1-2 20 Sara Clark
Learn how to use a traditional mala as a tool for your practice with a simple mantra meditation. Begin by finding a comfortable seated position, then practice the powerful internal mantra recitation (japa) of 'ram' while working with your mala. Try to involve your whole body in the vibration of this mantra, feeling your inner landscape and enjoying your newfound spaciousness. Props Needed: A mala. Props Suggested: A blanket and a bolster.
1-2 30 David Harshada Wagner
This short, guided meditation will lead you through the fundamental aspects of postural alignment and breath. Cultivating this awareness allows you to drop in deeply and be present to whatever is arising. Relax in a seated position and ease into a practice that will allow you to let go of unnecessary thoughts and feelings and awaken to a state of open-minded listening.
Practice Focus: Breath
1-2 5 Richard Freeman
Combine empowering, positive affirmations and the calming effect of the ocean with this sweet, guided meditation. Remaining in savasana, visualize the ocean as you focus on your breath, allowing the ebb and flow of the waves to cleanse your mind and body. You are boundless and without limits when you feel both powerful and tranquil. A great practice to start or end your day, or anytime you want to soothe and calm your body.
1 5 Taylor Harkness
Jalandhara bandha (the chin lock) provides invaluable guidance to optimize postural alignment, and is also a vital tool to help you still your mind and steady prana (life force). This practice builds through three progressive stages of ujjayi, culminating in both retention and suspension of the breath. Each stage takes you into a deeper application of jalandhara bandha and into the ultimate experience of being deeply centered and clear. Props Suggested: A blanket or a bolster.
Practice Focus: Breath & Bandhas
2-3 15 Rod Stryker
Mantra is the missing link in current day practice, as it brings in sacred sound vibration as a way to embody attributes of the divine. Begin seated and learn a chant dedicated to Tara, the Buddhist liberator and universal mother. Focus on her mantra of "om tara tuttare ture swaha," which is said to transmit radiant qualities of abundance, longevity and compassion. Meditate on awakening these virtues into your life.
1-2 5 Jo Tastula
Practice this meditation to help cultivate a state of non-resistance. Consider one situation in your life that you cannot change. Consider that situation, whatever it may be, and notice your relationship with it - if you are struggling with it or perhaps pushing it away. Practice turning this resistance into acceptance. Pull energy from your core to face your challenging thoughts, and breathe it into a place of what "is."
2 15 David Harshada Wagner
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

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