A Meditation to Tap Into Your Wellspring of Inner Peace
Want to transform tension into harmony? Try this 20-minute practice from yoga teacher Natalie Beckman.
Try this practice to help you tap into your wellspring of inner peace. You’ll identify where you are harboring conflict in your body, mind and heart and release that conflict in the form of tension and distraction. Then you’ll experience the peace which wells up in its place.
Utilizing techniques of the Himalayan Tradition, this meditation brings the mind and breath into joyful reunion, empowering you to delve more deeply inward. As you release tension held in the physical, mental, and energetic bodies, your sensitivity to prana increases and enhances your experience of the peace emanating from within.
Natalie recently assisted Tracee Stanley’s Meditation Teacher Training, a 4-week virtual program in collaboration with Yoga Journal. Learn more here.
More about Natalie Backman
With seventeen years of practice and six teaching, yoga is more than a profession for Natalie. It is her passion, purpose and spiritual path. A 500-hour ERYT and YACEP, Natalie’s teaching is a modern take on an ancient tradition.
A child of the Himalayan Tradition, Natalie continues to study with her teachers, Tracee Stanley and Rod Stryker. She both practices and teaches Tantric Hatha, utilizing Vinyasa Krama, which incorporates sankalpa, asana, pranayama, mantra and meditation. You can study with Natalie live in the Los Angeles area, or online. You can also join her for local and international retreats as well as the Sankalpa Shakti Yoga Teacher Training, for which she is a lead teacher under Tracee Stanley.
In addition to teaching, Natalie is the founder of Imagine Fest and the Bohemian Ball, events which support Unlikely Heroes in their mission to recover and restore child victims of sex trafficking. Learn more about Natalie at NatalieBackmanYoga.com.