This simple meditation can clear the heart, quiet the mind, and help you love unconditionally.
With a gentle, slow, and mindful practice, you can train your mind and body to be more relaxed, aware, and stable—which can help you respond to challenging people and stressful situations with equanimity.
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Feeling scattered? Get grounded with a practice that combines mantra, movement, and breathing.
Stay in the moment during periods of change with this short mindfulness technique.
Having one of *those* days? Loosen up without leaving your seat with Jillian Pransky's deskbound practice.
Soothe your mind and body with this five-minute practice—all you need is a seat.
Cultivate balance in a way that allows for freedom and forward-movement.
Count down to more calmness—anytime, anywhere—with this short breathing practice.
In this hectic technological age, restorative yoga is a bountiful vehicle for easing tension and bringing forth a profound sense of calm. Try this deeply relaxing sequence, paired with introspective journaling, to get present and comfortable on and off your mat.
In this excerpt from her new book Deep Listening, Jillian Pransky offers a practice for creating space to let yourself be just as you are.
Learn how to listen with compassion to your body, breath, feelings, and thoughts. This deep listening helps you cultivate the kind of conscious relaxation that allows you to stay open, present, and curious in situations where you normally wouldn't.