Just because you struggle with sitting still doesn’t mean you can’t meditate. Here you can explore various meditation styles and techniques that allow you to meditate with movement, mantras, mindfulness, and more.
Tap into your inner stillness with our calming videos and programs of guided meditation for every intention you desire. Discover how even just 10 minutes can give you the profound benefits of meditation to find calm, clarity, and purpose in daily life.
Yoga nidra is a meditation practice bringing you in between wakefulness and sleep. It is highly beneficial for relaxation, and helpful for a good night’s sleep. Read to find out how yoga nidra is good for sleep!
Self-hypnosis can be considered as the more results-driven cousin to meditation. While the main goal of meditation is often general relaxation and ridding the mind of monkey chatter, hypnosis always focuses on the resolution of a core issue.
What if we told you without even leaving the comfort of your home, you can experience some of the same magic that a relaxing day on the beach has to offer? This awesome new study has explored the relative effects of vacation and meditation.
We all need to unwind after a long day of work (or life!). What if there was an easy way to relax your body and mind and transform your mindset? The world of meditation is waiting, and we’ve made it easier than ever to get started with this pick of the best online guided meditations.
Meditation is infamous for its calming effects on the mind, which can be especially helpful when it’s time to claim those precious 8+ hours of sleep. So follow along with these meditation tips and techniques to help you fall asleep and enjoy a deep rest all through the night.
When was the last time you paused and focused on your breath? In doing so, we often realize that we’re not breathing regularly, or taking full, deep breaths. In fact, simply becoming more aware of the breath can inspire us to become calmer and more connected to ourselves.
The Christmas holidays look different for all of us. For some it can be a highly anticipated, extravagant event, while others may dread the very thought of the commotion, or perhaps loneliness. Yet many of us can relate to the unrelenting stress that arrives in waves early November or December.
Try this calming yoga sequence to transition into fall – the movement focuses on the contrast between opening up to receive and turning inward to process and ground. The sequence is set to a slow flow pace – like the leaves that are slowly falling, at a constant pace.
Within chaotic big city streets mobile meditation trucks are making their debut—completely transformed into tranquil oases, with LED lights, soothing music and aromatherapy to transport you from your busy day into a world of silence, of calm, of being.
Like most other practices, meditation is both an enlightening and lesson-filled experience. Keeping these meditation myths and lessons in mind will help you refine your practice and alleviate any guilt over not doing it the “right way.”
Though we know the immense benefits of meditation, sometimes life just gets in the way. There are many ways our bodies ask us to get back on track, learn these common signs that tell us it’s time to meditate.