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Rod Stryker

Hatha Meditation

Rod Stryker

Hatha Meditation

Rod Stryker is the founder of ParaYoga and widely considered to be one of the West's leading authorities on the ancient traditions of yoga, tantra, and meditation. He has taught for nearly thirty-five years and authored, "The Four Desires: Creating a Life of Purpose, Happiness, Prosperity and Freedom" as well as countless articles on yoga and meditation. A highly respected speaker, he is known for making the deepest aspects of yogic science practical and accessible to audiences from all walks of life, from corporations to yoga teachers and students of all levels. Having studied closely with two great Tantric yoga masters, Rod is one of only a few Americans transmitting an authentic, living tradition, one that has been practiced and handed down from teacher to student for thousands of years. He continues to lead trainings and advanced yoga study programs throughout the world and to guide others to the positive intersection of ancient wisdom and modern life.

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Inspire your own inner joy, peace and contentment with this practice that opens you up to boundless energy. Begin supine with gentle breath work. Breath is then deepened with standing poses that help expand your chest and upper back, before transitioning onto the floor with hip openers and postures that lengthen your upper spine. Practice culminates with pranayama, emphasizing inhale retention, and a meditation to unlock purposefulness and a renewed passion for living.
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Build toward a radiant and vital presence in your heart with simple chest openers and postures that focus on invigorating your abdomen. Begin on your back with accessible poses that help lengthen your inhale, transitioning into a sequence of backbending and leg engaging poses that strengthen your torso, leading you into a vital resting practice. The practice culminates with a simple pranayama that builds enthusiasm and self-empowerment..
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Either seated on the floor or seated in a chair, use this quick practice when you need to eliminate and shed any emotional or mental tension or stress. After a few deep sighs, relax into your upright position and focus on the space in between your eye brows. Bring your awareness on your breath, drawing it in and out through the nose. Continue this for a few minutes, and notice how peace and ease develop. Props Needed: A bolster or something to sit on.
Practice Focus: Breath
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