Take the edge off by finding quiet from the inside out.Don't be intimidated by the idea of taking up yoga. Yoga for beginners classes are designed specifically to ease you in gradually into a practice. Yoga poses in beginners classes are easy enough not to put off first timers but just hard enough to stretch your muscles and give you a real workout. What's more there is such a range and variety of yoga styles and instructors for beginners to try that you will certainly find the right yoga practice for you. Yoga For Dummies & Complete Beginners Part 4 Relaxation, Stress and Pain Relief
1. Quick Stress Fix - 5 Minute Sequence
Here is a quick and easy Yoga video to make feel good. This is a great little sequence to stretch the body and relieve any stress or tension. It is sure to re-connect you to your body and perhaps lift you up if you are feeling down. It is a great thing to do after work (or maybe before an interview) as you transition from your busy day to your evening. Take a moment to find what feels good! Smile! Practice self love.
2. Meditation for Energy: Earth
Completing this meditation will help you to stay grounded, centered, and with a sense of having enough. Through the use of breathing exercises and guided visualizations you will feel that sense of grounding, or connection to the earth, that will give you a feeling of balance and serenity.
3. Yoga For Dummies & Complete Beginners Part 4 Relaxation, Stress and Pain Relief
Yoga For Dummies & Complete Beginners Part 4 Relaxation, Stress and Pain ReliefIn this beginners at home yoga class, Jen Hilman shares a very basic yoga poses for complete beginners. This is basic yoga routine workout designed for relaxation, stress relief and pain relief. It specifically includes flexibility stretches and poses to help relax the body and is great before bedtime or when you need help falling asleep.
4. Energy Meditation Series: Space
This meditation is designed to create awareness and attention to the throat primarily, and neck and shoulders secondarily. The throat is the communication center, or space center, of the body and through activities that strengthen and balance the senses of the throat, you will improve your skills of authentic communication and self-expression and help you better relate to others.
5. Energy Meditation Series: Water
The intention of this meditation is to experientially connect you to your creativity through breathing exercises and guided visualizations. The focus is on the lower abdomen, or water center, which is the place to channel this creative energy and help you to go with the flow.
6. Energy Meditation Series: Fire
This meditation is designed to connect you to your core, specifically the naval area up to your abdomen, through the use of breathing exercises, guided visualization and meditation. This video is structured to facilitate connection with Fire energy centered in your core, which is your power center, your center of inner strength and is the key to creating your drive, or flame, towards transformation.
7. Energy Meditation Series: Air
This meditation is structured to facilitate compassion and forgiveness through the use of specific breathing exercises, guided visualizations, and meditations focusing on the area around the heart. Join Grokker Yoga Expert, Christy Evans, as she invites you to sit in 'open meditation' (sitting with no specific agenda) as an opportunity to assimilate the benefits of your Air based meditation practice. This Grokker Premium video will end with a chime to bring you back to into your authentic body. You are invited to turn off electronics, light a candle, and create a meditation space that is inviting and supports your practice. All Levels
8. Big Mind Meditation
A guided "big mind" meditation with Buddhist teacher Joseph Goldstein. In spiritual practice, time is not a factor. Practice cannot be measured in time, so let go of the whole notion of when and how long. The practice is a process unfolding, and it unfolds in its own time. It is like the flowers that grow in the spring. Do you pull them up to make them grow faster? I once tried to do that with carrots in my first garden when I was eight years old. It does not work.