Let go and watch the parade go by.
Greet the thoughts that enter your mind and then gracefully return to right now.
Bring balance and return to your fundamental nature.
Incorporate the sounds that surround you into your practice and use them to come back to the present moment.
Three part breath work to help shift your energy. Good for any time of day.
Use your breath as a tool to bring your attention to the present moment.
Breath exercises to reduce your anxiety and focus on the positive qualities you want to cultivate
Use the breath as your object of meditation and open up to your senses.
Adjust your focus and start a dialogue with the breath.
If we begin our meditation from the ground up it helps diffuse the velocity of the mind. Use the spotlight of your awareness to get a feeling of the body breathing.
Many of us have a photo or memento of a grandparent, teacher, or personal hero on our bookshelf or desk. Visualize their inspiring quality and make it part of you.
Give your eyes a few minutes of deep rest and rejuvenation with this ancient, easy technique of ‘palming’.
Stop drop and release into your heart.
Come back to the present and open your mind to what you want to accomplish.
Drop into your body so as to live with more meaning and purpose.
Here we work with this breath in a controlled way to boost your energy.
A short loving kindness practice for your day, in order to boost empathy and connection with others.
Want more gratitude in your life? Here's a 10 minute deep dive into appreciating all that we have going on.
Learn to work with strong emotions, and you'll learn to love the RAIN.
Not the normal breath class! This session incorporates a Tibetan breathing technique known as the Nine Fold Clearing.
Learn how to work with mantra in the Kundalini tradition, rousing your energy so you feel more uplifted yet also grounded.
Having a hard time sleeping? Check out this guided meditation intended to relax your body and mind before bed.
Learn the RAIN technique for working with strong emotions so that you are more able to remain present and embodied.
Calm the mind and develop greater levels of creativity - observe emotions and stressors, note them, and create mental space.