Yin Yoga and a healing sound bath to create space and relaxation. Stressful times, tenses up the body. Rejuvenate your nervous system to stay balanced and strong. This is a guided practice, holding postures to allow time for the muscles to relax and strengthen the connective tissues.
In the hara is the navel point. How we were nourished by our mother through the umbilical cord and how we connect to others energetically as adults. This practice is grounding and helps you become resilient to stress.
This sequence will help you relax and circulate stagnant energy. Stagnant energy cause you to feel stressed, stuck, irritable. Practice this sequence now to get the Prana flowing, boosting your immune system and awakening your energy.
In a time of massive transformation and change, we experience things outside of the normal human experience. That could be traumatic! If we could only be still and open our hearts, we can create space for possibilities. Space for new beginnings.
When the energy is spent most in the head, it could leave you feeling scattered, unstable, emotionally imbalanced. This practice can help you ground that energy so you come back to your center and feel calm, balanced and fearless.
Current events can sometimes leave us feeling angry and frustrated deep inside, but have no way of expressing it, or we may be expressing it in a way where it just adds more fuel to the fire. These emotions could stay stuck in our muscles and continue to affect us, making us irritable, angry, or ...