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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.

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
When you can tune in to how you are feeling, you can better understand your needs and thus, mindfully and compassionately care for yourself. Learn to simply breathe and sit with this simple meditation. Allow yourself to embrace the present moment, because now is the time to relax into breath. Now is the time to be fully present. You have the right to be here and give this to yourself. If not now, then when? Props Suggested: A blanket or a bolster to sit on.
1 10 Sara Clark
After an introductory lecture, practice a series of meditations to release emotional blocks and difficult feelings. Release emotional energy and allow yourself to experience the power of these focused meditations, allowing yourself to feel spacious energy and a deeper understanding of yourself. Discuss concepts around the essence of desire, loss, fear and the past. Spend time discussing and note taking between the meditations. Have a pen and paper nearby for journaling your experiences. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
2 60 Sally Kempton
Accessing the incredible benefits of yoga nidra need not be complicated. This practice shows you the steps and reveals the foundational elements to successfully practicing. Let go of all holding, all physical restriction, allowing your breath to become totally effortless. It is here that you discover yourself as a spacious witness, body and mind are asleep (at peace), and simultaneously, awake. Experience yourself in yoga nidra.
Practice Focus: Yoga Nidra
1-2 20 Rod Stryker
Meditate on your dharma, your deep purpose, and consider if you are being true to your highest power. Give yourself these moments to breath into this space to acknowledge your truest soul purpose. Focus on releasing yourself from every leash that may be pulling you away from your highest being. If you find yourself unable to identify your dharma, make it your mission to uncover it. Honor your soul and live your truth. Props Suggested: A blanket and a bolster.
2 20 David Harshada Wagner
Follow sound to its source in silence, then take the sound back to your heart. Bring your total focus to the resonating sounds of the gong as it is played throughout the meditation. Tune into the energy and nourishing vibrations as you go deeper into a state of calm and internal silence. A great practice to do either lying down or sitting in a comfortable position, any time of day or night. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
1-2 10 Sally Kempton
A meditation for yogis that have a basic meditation practice established. First drop into this space by finding a comfortable seat and observing noises around you and your body's senses both internally and externally. Let go of control and judgement as you sit and welcome all that is unfolding moment to moment. Develop in just moments a heightened sense of awareness while being in your natural state. Be open to the now and what is in the here and now. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster to sit on.
1-2 5 Jo Tastula

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