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This online yoga class is great to practice after the Twisting: Balancing the Nadis session and can also be used after most yoga classes or on its own. Start laying down to transition from mental and physical activity, using a Tantric Technique called 61 Points to shift the mind's focus. Sitting in a comfortable position, the pranayama technique of Nadi Sodhana is practiced into a Tantric Technique of Prana Shuddhi, a method of developing concentration that allows for meditation. We then play with the energy in the spine. According to master teachers, "A Yogi is one whose spine is full of energy." This meditation will bring awareness to that energy in a calm, enjoyable process. (34 mins.)
Jeanne Heileman was first introduced to the practice in 1985. Since then, she's been a devoted student of many different yoga styles and yoga-related healing modalities, including Tantra, ParaYoga, Vinyasa Yoga and Ayurveda. Since completing her yoga teacher training in 1996, Jeanne has traveled the world to share her powerful teachings. Her inimitable, spirited style combines substance and superb cues with some humor. Jeanne has the power to sooth, instruct and transport her students to deeper places, both in mind and body. Her areas of focus on YogaVibes: Chakras, Vinyasa Flow, Meditation and Pranayama. She often integrates all of these components within a flowing asana class. For more on Jeanne: www.jeanneheileman.com.