Entries tagged with “Breathwork”
Breathe deep with this guided prenatal meditation by renowned yoga teacher Julie Peters.
By re-training the muscles of your body and recovering the levels of oxygen your body requires, you’ll notice profound physiological and psychological changes.
Techniques for becoming more aware of your breathing patterns.
1. How did your childhood influence your spiritual path?When I was seven or eight, I saw a drawing of the Buddha sitting on the grass, very peacefully. I was impressed, because peo…
Mindfulness techniques are being incorporated more and more for sleep health. Here are six expert-recommended mindfulness practices to help you fall—and stay—asleep.
At the beginning of this year, we offered a 10 Day "Find Your Center" challenge. The overwhelming response reminded us here at S&H to take a moment and do simple things like br…
There are many tools and techniques you can use to manage and eliminate anxiety and worry effectively. Here, experts share healthy ways to cope with and reduce anxiety right here, right now in this moment.
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." - Theodore RooseveltI just completed leading a yoga retreat in Hawaii, and as we concluded, students asked how to keep t…
Ancient teachings long held in every wisdom tradition are being unlocked now, as both practical and magical. Unlock yourself!
Saturate aligned movement with your life force energy
YogaMass is a welcome new addition to the breadth of spiritual nourishment.
Many forms of prayer take the same amount of time to complete. The amount of time, it turns out, has powerful physiological benefits.
The yogis have been right, scientists say.
In his book Breath, veteran journalist James Nestor explains the fundamental importance of how we breathe and why “the conclusion was always the same. When it comes to breathing, less almost always equals more.”
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A guided meditation to ease tension in your abdomen.
A guided meditation to sharpen the mind.
A yoga teacher trainee experiences Max Strom’s breath work
We know intuitively that our state of mind will affect our breath: it comes quick and jagged when we are agitated, and smooth and slow when we are relaxed. The yogis figured …