meditation + pranayama
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meditation + pranayama
A 4-minute free yoga meditation with Ashley Turner. This online meditation helps you refine your focus and awareness of the environment around you.
A pranayama or breathing practice that is great as a prenatal yoga practice. In this free online yoga video, Ashley Albrand teaches alternate nostril breathing with mula bandha, an ancient technique for activating and toning the first energy center or chakra located in the pelvic floor.
This meditation supports your radiance and focus on your pranic body - your life force - and removes the reactions to fears and makes you steady. As you expand the pranic body, you create a quality of consistent presence, an inner stability that gives you access to your wisdom. In this meditation with Kiyomi Takahashi, you will experience the potent combination of yogic techniques: mudra (hand position) and pranayama (breath control techniques) in conjunction with yogic body techniques to fulfill its purpose. Hold the pose steadily, suspend the exhale, and without breathing, pump the navel point 26 times. With each count, visualize the upward moving light illuminating every single vertebra from your tail bone to your skull. You can practice this meditation for as short as 3 minutes and up to 11 minutes.
Kick start your day with Kiyomi Takahashi by waking up every single cell of your body with this energetic set of movements with a powerful breath technique called Breath of Fire. Include this exercise in your morning ritual and your day will be full of energy, and it will have a profound impact on your day! You can increase the length of each exercise up to 3 minutes or longer.
This is a perfect meditation to include in your Sadhana (daily spiritual practice) to attract and bring you prosperity and wealth, as well as gifts and blessings in your life. This unique meditation taught by Kiyomi Takahashi utilizes the power of mantra (sound vibration), mudra (hand position to facilitate certain states of consciousness) and pranayama (breath control technique) in conjunction with yogic body techniques to work its magic. Start at 3 minutes and build to 11 minutes. ็นๆ ใฎ็ๆณใ ใฎ็ๆณใฏใใฏใใซใชใใณใใฉใจใใฉใใคใผใ๏ผๅผๅธๆณ๏ผใไธน็ฐใฎๅใใใใใฆใใ ใใฉใจใใฃใใฏใณใใชใผไบใจใฌใฎใใฏใใใฏใ้งไฝฟใใ่ชๅ่ช่บซใๆใคไฟกๅฟตใ ไฝฟใฃใฆๅฏใ่ชๅใซๅผใๅฏใใพใใใ ใใฉใฏๆใฎๅฝขใไฝ็ฝฎใงใจใใซใฎใผใฎๆตใใๆญขใใใใ่ณใซๅๅฐใใใใใใๅใใใใใพใใใใฎ็ๆณใงไฝฟใใใๆใฎๅใใ ๅนๆ็ใซ่ณใใใฃใฏใฉใซๅใใใใไฝๅ ใฎใจใใซใฎใผใฎๆตใใๆนๅใใใใผใชใณใฐๅนๆใๆๅพ ใงใใพใใ
Sarah Starr, Happy Yoga, Kewaunee, WI
Kia Miller, Los Angeles, CA
Kia Miller, Los Angeles, CA - The Adi Mantra is the "tune-in" mantra used in Kundalini Yoga. It is chanted three times at the start of each Kundalini Yoga class. Chanted, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, it means "I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within."