It’s estimated that 200–500 million people meditate worldwide. Mindfulness meditation can reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder 73% of the time. Practicing meditation can increase your attention span after only 4 days. By 2022, the value of the US meditation market will be a bit over $2 billion. 52% of employers provided mindfulness classes or training to their employees in 2018. School suspensions were reduced by 45% thanks to meditation. Find your way to a meditation practice in this curated section of easy learning.
What is focus? Is it meditation? What is creativity? Can meditation be creative? In this 15-minute introduction, explore your understanding of both by putting various concepts into practice. Be playful as you discover what it means to be attentive.
Spend time examining the internal actions of the body that support you while seated. By moving the legs, arms, and spine while seated, you reveal the undulating patterns of movement that remain intact even when you are in the deep stillness of meditation.
Enjoy a 15-minute moving meditation to help cultivate awareness so that you can be centered in the world. By getting familiar with each part of your body through gentle movement and articulation, you become aware of your entire body breathing and moving.
The first step to establishing a regular meditation practice is finding a comfortable sitting posture. Acclaimed teacher Rodney Yee shows you how to use props to support your body and alleviate discomfort as you find your meditation sit.
Feel your breath become the focus of your meditation practice with internationally acclaimed yoga teacher Rodney Yee. Instead of controlling your breath, learn how to receive and release it so it becomes an anchor for your mind to steady itself on.
Drop into the present moment and feel more centered and relaxed. Rodney Yee shows you how to cultivate awareness in your meditation practice by following your breath, observing sensations in your body, and noticing the fluctuations of your mind.
To learn how to let go of your device, and your reaction to it, is an advanced practice. Join Rodney for a 15-minute class that will help bring you back into the art of being, remembering how to receive and respond in order to release your nervous system.
In this 20-minute practice, you'll learn strategies for releasing anxiety and stress so that your body and mind can find rest. Targeting tension in the face, neck, shoulders and backs of legs, you will learn how to let go and find an unraveling in the now.
Use this 20-minute guided meditation for stress and anxiety to remind yourself that there is beauty to be found in moments of silence. Rather than thinking of meditation as a way to remove yourself from life, use it as a chance to immerse yourself in it.
Follow this 10-minute meditation for pain relief to bring awareness to your body and the location of your pain. By paying attention to the sensations and allowing yourself to be curious, you can begin to decrease your pain and start to enjoy a full life.
Use this 10-minute guided meditation to help ease your body into a state of rest and sleep. As you feel the weight of your body drop into the earth, you begin to erase the residue of agitation and the tension that prevents us from getting the rest we need.
What if conflict is an illusion that stems from something that is whole being divided into two parts? Use this powerful 10-minute meditation to learn to receive the world as it is, learning to better understand who you are and where your boundaries lie.
In this practice with Rodney Yee, we will learn fundamental yogic breathing exercises, including Kapalabhati breath, and will sync our breath with simple chair-based movements that you can do from the comfort of your workplace.
In this workplace-appropriate meditation guided by master teacher Rodney Yee, you will do a full-body scan, tuning into the sensations arising in different parts the body, and learn to accept your present experience just as it is.