This power nap guided meditation is a short calming practice designed to quickly and efficiently guide you into a deep state of relaxation using a breathing technique and a short body scan. Soothing delta wave binaural beat music helps guide you into a deeper state of rest, and even if you don't fall asleep, you can benefit from the reset of body and mind, and increase your energy levels for whatever you wish to accomplish in the rest of the day.
This calming 35 minute restorative yoga class is designed to help you relax and unwind, and let go of tension and stress from the hips, spine and shoulders. We use the support of a yoga bolster in all poses, and they are held for 3-6 minutes to allow the body to relax fully. This practice is fully guided and accompanied by delta wave binaural beats for deep relaxation.
Check out our latest YouTube tutorial for Viparita Karani or Legs Up The Wall pose. You may have practiced this at the end of a flow class, or in some of our more restorative sessions, or it may be your go to after a long day on your feet! In this video we share some of the benefits of this asana, some of the contraindications, as well as the technique to get in and out of the pose when using a bolster.
Incorporating multiple mind and body relaxation techniques including body scan, breath counting, and visualization, yoga nidra, also sometimes known as yogic sleep is a guided meditation practice to help you move beyond physical tension and the busy mind to a quieter place within, where you can set your intention or 'sankalpa'.
It is believed when you practice yoga nidra with a sankalpa, that your resolve will always come true.
Yoga Nidra also sometimes known as yogic sleep is a guided meditation practice to help you move beyond physical tension and the busy mind to a quieter place within, where you can set your intention or 'sankalpa' to help you fulfill your potential. It is believed when you practice yoga nidra with sankalpa it will always come true!
What’s the difference between cobra and upward facing dog? And which should you choose?
If you've practiced sun salutations in vinyasa yoga you will likely hear cues for both cobra and upward facing dog pose. This video shows the basic differences between these two poses, with some tips on how to practice them so that you can feel confident practicing the one that's best for you right now.
In under 10 minutes this short morning meditation will help you to connect to the energy of the sun in order to feel energized and ready for the day ahead. We begin with some time to connect to the moment, before moving into a visualization and affirmation practice.
This audio is accompanied by heart chakra music tuned to 432Hz. 432hz music encourages the synchronicity between both brain hemispheres, which in turn increases intuition, insight, and creativity.