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Members Only Meditations

Members Only Meditations

Guided meditations to help you connect mind, breath and body and bring greater balance into your life.

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Members Only Meditations
  • Taste the Rainbow | Mindful Sensory Meditation

    A beloved local and online meditation guiding your exploration of your senses through the colors of the rainbow. A unique experience to share with someone else or journal afterwards to deepen your experience. Taste the Rainbow with me....

  • Yoga Nidra for Deep Restful Sleep

    Join me for this guided meditation including sensory and breath awareness, and an extended body scan to help you settle in for deep sleep. Set yourself up with blankets, pillows and turn off the lights to calm mind and body. Sleep well...

  • Ujjayi Pranayama | Victorious Breath

    Pranayama is one of the most powerful tools to help you manage stress, regulate the effects of stress on your body and mind, settle and ground, soothe and energize, and connect to the moment mindfully for perspective.

    In this extended version of Ujjayi pranayama, we explore this breath deeply to...

  • Ujjayi Pranayama | Victorious Breath

    Ujjayi breath is the one most often used in flow classes to help connect breath and movement but it can also be used to calm and soothe you before sleep, take a refocus break and/or help you center yourself. Join me for this short practice and learn how this breath can really help you ground, se...

  • Three Part Breath | Pranayama Practice | Mindful Moments

    The Three Part Breath is the first breath we learn in yoga and the basis for all Pranayama (breath regulation) practices in the yogic tradition. Learning to use the WHOLE of our lungs can go a long way to keeping us healthier, massaging internal organs, refocusing us and helping us relax and rel...

  • 4 * 7 * 8 Pranayama | Soothing Breath

    One of the first pranayama practices I ever learned was the 4 7 8 breath and I have used it SO much! Perfect for when you need to calm your mind/body, manage panic attacks or anxiety, or for settling down for sleep - this is a great go to breath practice. Try it!

  • Box Breath | Grounding Pranayama

    Ever heard of box breathing? It is actually just what it sounds like. Inhale for a count, hold for same count, exhale same, hold for same. It's a beautiful breath practice to use anytime you need to ground and settle - great for anxiety and panic attacks. In this practice we start with 4 coun...

  • Meditation for Grief & Loss

    All of us deal with loss and the grieving process in a unique way, each time we face it. But, one thing remains consistent - we need some soft space, some loving kindness, and some deep breaths. Join me for this meditation to guide you to a place of compassion and stillness.

  • Morning Pranayama Practice | Ujjayi & Diaphragmatic Breathing

    Join me for this balancing pranayama practice to start your day with energy and focus. Includes Ujjayi pranayama and diaphragmatic breathing practices to open up your entire lung capacity and fill the body with positive, balanced energy. Can be used anytime to reconnect to your breath, recenter...

  • Evening Pranayama for Deep Restful Sleep

    One of my favorite ways to settle in at night and prepare for deep, restful sleep is to practice pranayama while I am in bed. Regulating your breath can clear your energy, release tension and tightness throughout the body, help you settle into your parasympathetic nervous system (rest and heal),...

  • Grounding Meditation for Anxiety & Stress

    Anxiety, panic attacks, overwhelm - we all experience them from time to time. For me, focusing on breath, connecting to earth and feeling stable are pivotal in helping me move through periods of stress. In today's meditation, we take some time to explore our breath, connect physically to our bo...

  • Breath Retention | Exploring & Experiencing

    Breath retention with "fill rates" is a great way to build greater awareness of your breath overall as well as explore building depth to your practice. We begin with basic breathing and then explore 50% fill rate followed by 33% fill rate retention. This is a great way to build lung capacity to...

  • Lions Breath | Pranayama for Release

    I know - many of us have seen Lion's Breath and maybe even practiced it before and perhaps - we felt a bit silly doing it. That's okay - feel silly. Embrace the fun in this pranayama and release tension from the face, neck and jaw - helping release the throat as well!

  • Bhramari Breath | Humming Bee Pranayama

    Bhramari breath - or humming bee breath - is one of the most fun pranayama practices and one that can help clear the throat chakra and release tightness in the chest. I have often used this breath with children and they always love it so if you want to share this with someone - please do!

    Con...

  • Happy Hour Meditation | Release the Day

    It can be challenging to transition from work day to home life - from stressors to others energy to not taking a good breath all day! In this 10 minute meditation we work with all of those things to help you release the day and prepare for your home/personal life with ease.

  • Vishama Vritti Pranayama | Sinking Breath

    In this practice we are working with Vishama Vritti - extending the exhale longer than our inhale - allowing our minds/bodies to soften, allow, and ground. This is a great breath for Yin and Restorative yoga practices - helping our bodies go into the parasympathetic nervous system for some rest ...

  • Vishama Vritti Pranayama | Energizing Breath

    Vishama vritti pranayama is extending either the inhale or the exhale longer than the opposite. In this practice we will be extending the inhale to brighten, energize and bring more clarity to our thoughts. An excellent mid day perk up and a great way to deepen your breath for more oxygenation.

  • Daoist Breath Meditation

    Sometimes we need to meditate AND breathe but we just cannot settle down enough to do it. How about melding the two with movement in a lovely and short movement meditation? This practice uses the Daoist breath to help synchronize the mind, body, and spirit. Enjoy!

  • Pranayama | Fullness of the Breath

    The lungs are much larger than we often explore in our daily breath. Often we breathe into just one side or the other more or we breathe into the center of the chest and not the side body.

    In this practice we will explore compartments of the breath, focusing on areas one at a time then altogeth...

  • Pranayama for Balance

    Today's pranayama practice is all about bringing balance to your body, mind and energy levels. Every 90 minutes we cycle between each side of our bodies - at times being on the sun or right side and other times on the moon or left side. We breath predominantly through that side during these cyc...

  • Pranayama for Awareness | Beginning Practice

    Welcome to pranayama practice! While most of the time you will see pranayama practiced with yoga poses or in a yoga practice, it is a unique experience on it's own. If you have been wanting to build a deeper understanding of breath regulation, to add this to your practice and see what it can do...

  • Befriending the Breath | Pranayama Practice

    The breath is always with us - no matter where we go, what is going on. Today we explore the 3 part breath in more detail with a kinesthetic or "touch" approach to build more awareness and connection. Open up your breath, find more space and discover your natural tendencies in this guided pract...

  • Pranayama for the Throat Chakra

    Today we are working with several pranayama practices to warm, clear and release the throat, neck, jaw and head. The area of the throat is so important to keep mobile and clear as we speak our truth here and also listen with mindfulness. Join me for this practice to bring a little awareness to ...

  • Setting Boundaries Meditation

    Every one of us wants to be the giver, the supporter, the one who is always there for those who need us but what about when we need to step back and conserve our energy for ourselves?

    Today we are working with building healthy, protective boundaries to honor our own need for self care and to h...