Just as there are many traditions in the physical yoga practice, so, too, are there many forms of meditation. We encourage you to try our different classes until you find a form of meditation that resonates with you. All you really need is the ability to notice your breath, and the desire to become present. Like anything, meditation takes practice. If you’re new to meditation, don’t be surprised if your mind wanders, if you find yourself feeling bored, tired, or fantasizing about lunch, or anything else. Just stay with it, because creating space between your thoughts is the beginning of the thing we call “peace”!
It's all about the breath, friends. This short meditation will take you through a few basic pranayama exercises to help you slow down and tune in so that you can be clear about what it is you need and how to go about giving it to yourself. Enjoy!
The only constant in life is change. The more we contract from that reality, the more we suffer. This meditation is all about opening to change. We can't control circumstances, other people, or the weather, but we can work on the way we respond to what we're given, and see if we can trust, even when we don't understand. Life is a lot easier that way!
Sitting with your discomfort is a powerful way to come to grips with challenging emotions. This brief meditation begins with an explanation of why practicing comfort with dis-ease is important, and then you dive into the process.
Safety, freedom, balance, and a state of calm describes the effects of this practice. Progressive Relaxation for Deep Sleep guides you slowly and gently into your body through an awareness practice that causes you to land squarely in the present moment. With the attention focused on what is happening in the moment, the business of your mind falls into the background and your identification with negativity devolves. Naturally, a good night's sleep gives way to improved immune system and brain function, inspired motivation, and more functional, heart centered relationships. This stream follows my number one principle, the body want to feel good and the mind will follow. Enjoy…
This is an ancient Japanese meditation promulgated by Master Jiro Murai founded in the Jin Shin Jyutsu healing practice.
This a very simple yet profound healing practice to work through worry, fear, anger, sadness, and pretentiousness.