Entries tagged with “Breathwork”
A yoga teacher trainee experiences Max Strom’s breath work
We know intuitively that our state of mind will affect our breath: it comes quick and jagged when we are agitated, and smooth and slow when we are relaxed. The yogis figured out p…
Slowly regain strength and power with these practices.
Poor ergonomics can impair breath, while anger, pain, and frustration stemming from hyperfocus on our computers can bring on bouts of chronic breath-holding.
Keep body and mind healthy with fresh, clean air in your sacred space.
There is a sacredness that is found in the first moments of the morning. While it may feel overwhelming to change your entire morning routine in one day, consider slowly adding components to it that will set the tone for your day.
“In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities. In the expert's mind there are few." - Shunryu Suzuki, Zen monkMany years ago, as a yoga student, I envisioned how wonderful i…
Breath is life—something we take for granted, but couldn’t do without. In times of stress or grief, often we hear advice to “take a deep breath.” But sometimes deep breathing becom…
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Start or end your day with this breath practice.
A guided meditation to release tension.
Practicing “Holy Breath” listening can positively impact even the most turbulent relationships. “Instead of playing just a few deep, painful bass notes on their inner emotional pianos, Holy Breath listening gave them access to some higher notes. At the beginning of the healing process, such moments can be like the sun peeking through dark storm clouds.”
Here are a few ways to minimize your exposure to indoor air pollution and breath free.
Peeking in on children’s yoga classes, I watch kids doing poses such as tree, snake, butterfly, or lion, while the instructor tells a story about the various ways these creatures b…
Through my stillness in asana class and in meditation, I learned that breathing slowly unleashed my inner poetry.
Do you have a simple plan to help you through the dark, sluggish days of winter? All significant successes in life are built from many small success, so rather than pulling the bla…
Before anything else can be said about you, you have received a gift.
Inhaling makes your memory sharper, as does using your nose instead of your mouth.
Calm down using the breath and slow down your exhale.
A guided meditation to calm yourself.