“Yoga and meditation, two ancient practices, are now officially the most popular alternative health approaches in the United States, each used by around 35 million adults.”
CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, 2017
Qigong's gentle movements help to move blood and oxygen around the body, nourishing the organs and tissues promoting healing. In addition, due to the connection of the mind to the breath and physical movements, qigong helps to calm the mind, relieving emotional stress and mental anxiety.
T'ai chi is a form of exercise that began as a Chinese tradition. It’s based in martial arts, and involves slow movements and deep breaths. T'ai chi has many physical and emotional benefits. Some of the benefits of t'ai chi include decreased anxiety and depression and improvements in cognition. I...
Dive into the power of meditation with this 3-part series. Learn how to use these short 10-minute meditations to relieve pain, receive rest, and find peace. By becoming present in the quietness of your mind and body, you remember you are infinite.
In order to face the world with a sense of calm and kindness you must first cultivate an inner state of connection and peace. Use these practices time and again to create emotional balance, manage stress, and deeply rejuvenate.
Connect with your breath, quiet your thoughts, and find balance throughout your day. Internationally renowned yoga teacher Rodney Yee leads a three-part series on the essentials for starting-or deepening-a meditation practice.
This 3-part series with Rodney Yee gives you the tools you need to help detach yourself from technology and social media. Use yoga and meditation to release the grip technology has on your nervous system, giving it the opportunity it needs to restore.
Change your definition of meditation with these moving meditation classes with Rodney Yee. Instead of struggling to “be still”, discover the subtle patterns of movement and actions that support meditative postures for a deeper, more aware experience.
Practicing A.M. and P.M. Meditation creates inner calm and focus throughout your day. A.M. Meditation helps you transition your body from sleep to seated meditation, followed by breath work to stimulate the body and mind. P.M. Meditation helps you sharpen your awareness, broaden your perspective ...