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Anxiety and Depression
This 30-minute floor sequence, geared toward relieving anxiety, begins with a guided breath awareness practice. Learn what habits may be triggering your stress, and let your breath lead your movements.
Join teacher and cofounder of Warriors at Ease, Molly Birkholm, for a deeply restorative iRest yoga nidra practice that is designed to reconnect you to trust, certainty, and peace.
Anyone who has suffered from depression understands how deep, abiding sadness or worthlessness can infiltrate and affect every aspect of our being. Our psychological makeup, physical health, mental outlook, and even our ability to interact with friends and family and be present to the world around us can get shaken to their core.
Through breathwork and asana, Shari Friedrichsen takes us on a journey to help us release pent-up tensions and allow a space for everything we’re feeling, no matter how difficult.
In this insightful 10-minute class, therapist and ayurvedic yoga specialist Kathryn Templeton describes how working with the breath can help those suffering from grief. She not only demonstrates effective pranayama practices, but she also breaks down the physiological benefits of breathing deeply and purposefully.
Whether to a loved one or a stage of life that is now complete, saying goodbye is difficult. Ayurveda says that when someone you loves dies, they take a piece of your physical heart with them. Grief over loss is the healing process and ultimately, saying goodbye is a new way to honor the relationship.
This practice has healing and transformative powers that can affect mind, body, and awareness. With that in mind, I designed this “yoga nidra for chronic pain” practice to help the many people in my life looking for ways to cope with chronic pain.
“Have you tried yoga?” If you’re living with a chronic illness, this is probably a question you’ve been asked. Maybe it came from well-meaning friends or family members. Or perhaps your doctor recommended that you try it. But now you feel lost in a sea of different classes and styles and you don’t know where to start.
Yes, you can do yoga—including sun salutations—from the comfort of your own bed. In this 20-minute video, Jivana shows you how. Enjoy this fully customizable and completely relaxing all-levels practice.
Traumatic Brain Injury
This practice is specifically designed for anyone who has suffered a concussion, or any other form of traumatic brain injury, but can serve as a soothing and enjoyable experience for all.
Relax your body, relax your mind, with a 30-minute class which focuses on grounding, strengthening poses. Begin with a guided breathing exercise, move through “circle of joy,” seated side stretches, a cat-cow flow, and much more, and conclude with a restful savasana.
In this short six-minute practice, Kyla will help you tap into a sense of compassion and love that arises from within.
If you’re a caregiver, you give lovingly and in great abundance to those around you. Yet so often for many of us, there’s a feeling of being constantly “on,” and that means little time to process the fatigue, sorrow, stress, and anxiety that we may feel on behalf of others.