Sitting still can be challenging, even for experienced yoga teachers. Practicing this short stretching sequence beforehand can bring some ease to it.
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Meditation is a tried-and-true stress-reduction tool. Try these steps for building a consistent practice, even when interferences inevitably arise. Plus, a simple six-step meditation to get you started.
Meditation teacher Shivani Hawkins shares tips for how to approach the practice in a way that invites self-awareness and authentic transformation.
Keep standing up your date with that meditation cushion? Here's everything you need to find a meditation style that resonates with you so you can (finally!) establish a daily practice.
Learn from master meditation teacher Sally Kempton as she shares how her own struggle with her mind taught her how to ultimately become more focused, aware, and loving.
No time to meditate? Dr. Tiffany Lester of Parsley Health offers peace-producing solution you can practice wherever you are without a meditation cushion or timer.
Once you know how to breathe mindfully, you can use the practice to help you through challenging times.
Spiritual teacher Eiman Al Zaabi shares how the practice of inquiry can both calm the mind and help you find meaning.
This five-day practice will help you discover and embrace the power of sitting every day.
Meditating on your breathing can help you feel calm, grounded, and connected.
This sequence will free up space for energy to flow, helping your organs function optimally for greater mental clarity and endurance.
Feel the relationship between your core and steadiness in preparation for meditation.
Meditate on physical sensations, known as bodysensing, in order to feel calm, grounded, and healthy.
Motivate yourself by dedicating a space for yoga inside your home. We have the five tips to create a meditation space that's perfect for you.
Visualization is playing with the imagination, a powerful resource. Use a glitter jar to illustrate to kids how mindfulness—the cultivation of stillness in the face of swirling chaos of life—affects us.
Meditation can help us get in touch with the universal life force that connects us all. Here's how to align with your shakti.
Finding the time and motivation to meditate is difficult. That's why finding the right intention will help you stay focused on your goal of keeping a consistent meditation practice.
Hugging meditation, made famous by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, is rooted in the belief that a good hug can have transformative effects.
Sitting for meditation at the end of a hectic day can feel difficult. This sequence can help you shift gears and transition smoothly into calm.
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Looking for a new way to meditate? Pick up a box of crayons. Coloring books for grownups are trending, and now there’s one especially for yogis.
Neck pain and stress-related tension are a regular struggle for many, but experts say meditation may be the key to longterm relief.
No time to meditate? Bryant Park Yoga teacher Sangeeta Vallabhan doesn't buy it. You make time for Surya Namaskar, don't you?
Do you sit down for meditation and wonder if you're doing it right? Learn all about the universal meditation posture here.
Your intuition is your innermost GPS and one of your greatest allies in life. Sianna Sherman teaches you how to cultivate it.
If the idea of clearing 20 minutes in your schedule feels impossible, turn to this simple meditation you can use anywhere, anytime.
Use this practice from Coral Brown to illuminate your faith, your purpose, and enhance your overall well-being.
Want to play more of a leadership role at work and beyond—in a way that really feels true to you? Try this meditation.
Try these simple off-the-mat strategies to more mindfully handle everyday life situations.
Try these three simple steps every day to ease stress, stop negative thoughts, and feel better.
In honor of National Yoga Month, expand your repertoire with these four types of yoga that can complement your regular practice.