Lay back and bask in this delicious Gong session with Athena. Feel free to show up with no props and just yourself, or deck yourself out with a bolster, pillow and blanket for the full relaxation experience.
Join Arianna for this short but reviving breathing session, which she recommends doing in the morning or before your evening wind-down to release stress and tension and reset your mind and intentions for the day.
Whether you need a break from an intense work day, negative thought patterns or you just have a short time and want to reset your intentions for the day, this short seated guided meditation will help bring some mindfulness and peace to your day.
As you wind down for the evening, we invite you to enjoy this half hour of bringing mindful attention to the body and gentle stretching to really prepare the body for sleep.
Join Athena for an hour of self-care, commencing with a gorgeous foot massage, then some simple and soothing stretches to release tension from the neck and shoulders, followed by the rest of the body.
In this series, Issi breaks down some of the common chants that you may have heard during a class, slowing them down to make them easy and accessible to all.
Calm a racing mind with this short 5-minute session with Elisa, who will guide you through alternate-nostril breathing and draw attention to your body relaxing and becoming calmer. A perfect short practice to reset and refresh.
In this series, Issi breaks down some of the common chants that you may have heard during a class, explaining their meaning and slowing them down to make them easy and accessible to all.
Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation, often called psychic sleep, that allows the listener to scan the body and tap into a state of relaxation as the mind settles. It is one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain and open to everyone from children to seniors.
Meditation uses the breath as a tool to focus awareness on the present. One of the easiest ways to reduce stress is to simply focus your attention on your breath. Breathing meditation is also relaxing as well as rejuvenating.
Give yourself permission to let go. Are you holding on to pain, fear, thoughts, or memories? Letting go is an essential part of moving forward. This meditation practice will help you bring kind attention to your body and breath.
Meditation can significantly improve brain function and energy levels, according to a new study from the University of Waterloo. Your body can release endorphins, increase blood flow to the brain, and reduce focus on ruminative thoughts during these sessions.
The mind, heart, and body can improve with regular meditation. Meditation can have wide-ranging benefits for individuals helping them ease chronic pain, anxiety, stress, improve heart health, boost mood and immunity. Don’t forget, the calmer and more supported you feel, the faster you will recover.
Breathing practices can encourage positive thought processes, and reduce symptoms of anxiety. Deep breathing is one of the best ways to lower stress in the body. This is because when you breathe deeply, it sends a message to your brain to calm down.
Viloma pranayama means against the natural order and involves interrupted breathing. This breathing method develops conscious breathing and the ability to use the lungs fully. In Viloma breathing, inhalation or exhalation is done with several pauses.
In this series, Issi breaks down some of the common chants that you may have heard during a class, explaining their meaning and slowing them down to make them easy and accessible to all
Charlie is Indaba’s resident Yin goddess and focuses on hip openers in this class; you can expect neck and hip openers, such as half frog and sphinx and to feel into what comes up when you allow yourself to explore these areas.
The class begins with an exploration and drainage of the lymphatic system through controlled movement of the extremities. Udiyana kriya assists the purification of blood from the belly and legs as it returns to the heart.
Enter into a deep state of relaxation and release. Melt away your worries and create space in your body, mind and life.
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