Use diaphragmatic breathing to turn your attention inward and cultivate a sense of peace and mindfulness via your meditation practice. Recommended props: 1 bolster, 2 blankets
Prepare your body for the restful and mindful state of meditation in this quick class that will take you through a series light stretches.
Learn the best ways to get comfortable for a seated mediation and the different touch points on the body to focus on to facilitate a deep practice. Recommended props: 1 chair, 2blankets
Use counting to track your inhales and exhales in order to sense the rhythm of life in your breath to enter a deep state of meditation.Recommended props: 1 block, 2 blankets
Sense your tailbone, sacrum, lumbar spine, thoracic spine and cervical spine as you inhale to extend and exhale to release all the negative thoughts and stressors of your day. Recommended props: 1 blanket, 1 block
Focus on the touch points of your body and use the mantra Soham (I am, I am that I am)—So as you inhale, ham as you exhale—to find your center. Recommended props: 2 blankets, 1 chair
Cultivate Santosha (mindfulness) in this seated meditation that uses the tools in Birgitte's meditation journey series. Recommended props: 1 chair, 2 blankets
Practice diaphragmatic breathing and body sense that allows you to turn your attention inward for a mindful meditation practice. Recommended props: 1 chair, 2 blocks, 2 blankets
Release the stressors in your life and find a better sense of inner peace in this supine meditative practice. Recommended props: 1 chair, 1 bolster, 2 blankets.
Use Pratyahara—quieting of the sense organs to turn your attention inward—and body sensing to meditate and get closer to your true Self. Recommended props: 1 bolster, 2 blankets