Pranayama + Meditation 3

Pranayama before meditation is a breathing practice to prepare you for sitting in meditation. This practice includes alternate nostril breathing, breathing through one side at a time, a cooling pranayama and inhale/exhale retention.
Then 15 minutes of meditation meant to unite you with the unseen, the unknown, and all that is not you with all that is.

If you’re stressed or your mind has taken over and is running in circles. This 30 minute practice will interrupt your mind’s possession by thoughts and change directions by changing your focus. Breathing and meditation can change the flow of your day and help you to carry on with a lightness as you move forward.

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Pranayama + Meditation 2

The breathing exercises, also known as Pranayama, are a great way to reset and rejuvenate the mind and body, especially when you’re stressed or your mind has taken over and is running in circles. This 30 minute practice includes isolating right and left nostril breathing, alternate nostril breathing and breath of fire before a silent meditation. Change directions by changing your focus, breathing and meditation can change the flow of your day and help you to carry on with a lightness as you move forward.

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Pranayama + Meditation 1

Pranayama is a breathing exercise. This practice includes a couple minutes of right nostril breathing, then a couple minutes of left nostril breathing before a short, 5 minute guided meditation. This little combination of breathing and meditating is a great reset for the days when you don’t like the way your mind is flowing. Change directions by changing your focus, in just 10 minutes you can change the flow of your day and carry on with a lightness as you move forward. Feel free to double or triple the length of this practice on your own and observe the results.

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