I am love meditation
Erica leads a short meditation that invites you to connect to feeling the deep love of Existence that has been with you all this journey. Even at times when you denied it, pushed it back, it always was there for you. As you sit, replace any thought that arises with the mantra Aham Prema (I am Love).
Connecting to the here and now
Kristin will guide you through a short mindful meditation which includes some simple pranayama practices that will help you focus and relieve restlessness.This practice will help you connect to the here and now and can be used as a nice short practice on its own, or as a preparation of a longer practice.
Dropping back and standing back up
In this video Kino guides you through dropping back into Upward Bow, or Urdhva Dhanurasana, step by step. Dropping back (and standing back up!) is a challenging part of the astanga practice and Kino’s insightful instructions will definitely help you a little further ahead.
Upward Facing Dog
In this short tutorial Kino guides you to a safe and beautiful Upward Facing Dog, or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, step by step. You will learn to avoid some very common mistakes and discover what it feels like to get it ‘right’.
Three Doors Meditation
A guided meditation on the body, speech, and mind, rooted in the Tibetan Bon Buddhist tradition. This practice helps to cultivate awareness, inner silence, and warmth.
Short Meditation on Twin Hearts
A short meditation which can serve as a "spiritual snack" throughout your day. This five minute meditation is a great way to connect to your heart and create a few moments of inner peace.
Meditation on Twin Hearts (Loving-Kindness Meditation)
A beautiful meditation to awaken the energetic centers connected with love and compassion, and create the conditions for illumination or spiritual awakening. It is a beautiful meditation of world service, with roots in the Tibetan meditation on loving-kindness.
A short tutorial that will help you understand the key alignment points and purpose of triangle pose, or utthita trikonasana.
This short tutorial video will help you with one of the most challenging movements, Jumping Back. Eva will show you how to guide the transitions using your breath. Try to be patient, and don’t forget to bring some humor into the practice.
Calming the Mind
A simple and accessible meditation practice that helps to calm the mind and emotions through cultivating awareness. Accessible to all levels of experience.
This ten minute meditation helps you to find stillness within, by becoming aware of the breath and the sounds around you. It is a simple and effective technique, suitable to all levels of experience.
A simple and accessible meditation that focuses on sensations in the physical body and the breath to help calm and steady the mind. Great for all levels, this practice is wonderful on its own or after an asana practice. This is the first practice of a three-part meditation series.