Videos for Concentration and Grounding

Leslie Perryman • November 1, 2017
Conflict Resolution Exercise by Alister Gray
1. Conflict Resolution Exercise
Conflict Resolution Exercise
In this exercise, you will learn to connect your thoughts with your heart, rather than your head, during times of tension and conflict with others. In this mindful practice you will learn to recognize the triggers in your body that cause you to become agitated and stressed by confrontation and conflict. Practice this exercise as often as you feel you need.
2. Restorative Yin Practice
Restorative Yin Practice
Being over stimulated and anxious can cause irritation and imbalance in our body systems. This wonderful yin and restorative yoga class will help nourish your senses and center your energy. Enhance your experience by lighting some candles, rubbing lavender essential oils on your pressure points, and grabbing an eye pillow.
3. Find Focus and Be Present
Find Focus and Be Present
When you feel anxious, chances are you've been worrying in circles. This practice will help you shift into a focused state through the use of balancing and standing poses. The goal of this focus is to bring you back to the present moment, dissolving any attachments to fear-based thoughts and busy thinking.
4. Tension Reducing Vinyasa
Tension Reducing Vinyasa
This vinyasa practice is all about reducing tension that can take a tight grip on your heart and chest, and is ideal for when feelings of anxiety become overwhelming. The class begins by easing you back into your breath with qigong techniques, then moving you into a gentle and calming vinyasa flow.
5. Daily Dose of Yoga: Gentle Flow
Restore and Relax
This restorative yoga class will help you relax the body and calm the mind. Join Grokker yoga expert, Micheal James Wong as he demonstrates a series of postures that will relieve tension in the body, settle the nervous system and leave you feeling stress free and peaceful.
6. 7-Day Body & Soul Boot Camp: Energizing Kundalini Meditation
Energizing Kundalini Meditation
When you're feeling overrun with thoughts, anxiety, or anger, meditation is a great way to create communication between your body and mind. This Kundalini-inspired meditation is designed to help you feel refreshed and grounded using breathing techniques. You'll finish feeling like you've just pressed a reset button and are ready to tackle the rest of your day. Great for all levels of practice.
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