During hectic times (like the holidays), it can be challenging to calm the mind. Meditation can help. ALOT. But, when the mind is busiest can also be when meditating is the most challenging. Yoga asana/postures are great for helping to prepare yourself for meditation. When your mind is whirling, you often aren’t connected to your body. […]Read More
Posts in category Meditation & Pranayama/Breathwork
Exploring the inward turning practices of yoga – meditation and pranayama/breathwork. Includes How-To instructions, thoughts and more.
Woot! Woot! I just published my first self-paced course – Yoga for a Happy Belly! This was a ton of fun to put together for a geek like me. And, if you are a bit of a yoga geek too, I think you will love it… This 12 class course explores your core in-depth through […]Read More
Hard to sit still for meditation? This moving meditation may be helpful. It’s a nice intro to seated meditation if you tend to be a fidgeter. 🙂 As you move your hands in a prescribed rhythm, your mind must focus on what you are doing. Let your attention waiver and you may find you have […]Read More
Relaxation is an underrated and underutilized tool. It always amazes me how many layers there are to a relaxation practice. How, even when I think I am relaxed, I soon discover that I was only partially relaxed. And, sometimes, I was only pretending to be relaxed and I was actually being habitually “productive” with my […]Read More
Everything we do, all the time, is changing our bodies, our minds, our being. No wonder finding balance can be hard! One approach to working with this onslaught on information is to work with the Nadis in our yoga practice. The Nadis have 3 principle pathways, which we will be exploring today. But also 14 […]Read More