10-Minute Prep to Gather Your Mind for Meditation

October 7, 2015    BY Brooke Sullivan

Can't meditate because your mind is distracted? Join Brooke for this 10-minute pranayama practice to help you gather your mind for meditation and bring your awareness inside. 

Kapalabhati (skull shining breath) helps to disperse any density or cloudiness covering the mind—bringing in more light and awareness—and nadi shodanam (alternate nostril breath) centers the mind, helping you to release from the hooks of your stories and stay present.

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Brooke Sullivan
Brooke Sullivan, BA, ​e​RYT-500​ is an​ ​herbal yogini & ​dedicated ​practitioner ​of ParaYoga® and Sri Vidya Tantra. ​Weav​ing​​ ​the healing benefits of nature ​into her yoga & radical healing programs, Brooke directs workshops, retreats & a 500hr. Wild Temple Yoga School (in California, North Carolina, India and Peru). An international performer in a Grammy Nominated family hip hop group, Brooke values following passion with health and heart, and helps guide... Read more>>


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