Utilize a few rounds of these techniques to stay balanced, centered and focused throughout your day. Meditating on your breath is also an excellent way to enhance your Yoga practice before and/or after. Add balance and nourishment by consciously clearing blocked Nadis (energy channels) within the body, thus releasing accumulated stress in the Mind Body and ensuring smooth flow of Prana (life force).
Left Nostril Breathing
Left Nostril Breathing clears the left channel (Ida Nadi) associated with the parasympathetic nervous system, producing a calm and relaxed state. Practice to restore a peaceful, balanced mind especially in times of nervous stress or to prepare for a restorative sleep.
Right Nostril Breathing
Right Nostril Breathing clears the right channel (Pingala Nadi) as associated with the sympathetic nervous system, producing an active, energized state. Practice when you need an alert, focused mind.
Alternate Nostril Breathing
Alternate Nostril Breathing (Nadi Shodhana) restores equilibrium between the two Nadis and harmonizes the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
Immune Booster Breath
Breath of Fire
Bless Yourself Meditation
Moving Meditation to Release Anger
Breath through O Shaped Mouth: Moving Meditation to Release Anger
Param Karam Dharam Kriya
Moving Meditation: Param Karam Dharam Kriya
“The art of meditation is very simple: to clean your mind. The wheel of life has two sides to it, body and mind. And soul is the axle on which it goes on and on. We meditate because we want a clear mind. A clear mind can give you intuition and intuition can let you know the cause and effects. For the effects you don’t want to face, you drop the cause. You can’t drop the effect.”
– Yogi Bhajan