Simple Yoga for Stressful Times
1 Seasons . 6 Episodes

You are invited, through any of the six classes in this series, to slow way down, take refuge, unwind the body, calm the mind, restore vitality, tap into deep internal wisdom and set your spirit free.

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These are truly wild and busy times that tend to wrap our bodies, minds and lives into perpetually tightening knots of stress and dis-ease. However, true freedom and ease are available to you.

You are invited, through any of the six classes in this series with Meg McCraken, to slow way down, take refuge, unwind the body, calm the mind, restore vitality, tap into deep internal wisdom and set your spirit free. Prepare to feel juicy in your body, tranquil in your mind, an overwhelming sense of abiding peace, and empowered to live the magnificent life of love that you were meant.

Host: Meg McCraken
Episode 1
1 hr 18 mins
Take time to stop and slow way down in this powerful 75-minute practice with Meg McCraken.
Episode 2
1 hr 3 mins
Journey into the heart by engaging your mind, body, and spirit through pranayama (breath work), meditation, and movement to release the upper body.
Episode 3
40 mins
Part three of the Simple Yoga for Stressful Times series explores a slow flow designed to bring simplicity and clarity back to your practice. Gently move through a variety of side stretches, lunges, and mini backbends guided by the breath.
Episode 4
38 mins
Let this deep stretch nourish your body and mind and touch the heart of your soul as she moves you through thirty minutes of juicy, “yin-spired” poses.
Episode 5
27 mins
Ninety five percent of your actions are controlled by the subconscious mind. This Nidra practice is designed to revitalize, restore and re-pattern your subconscious programming for better sleep, renewed vitality and a deeper connection to inner wisdom.
Episode 6
20 mins
Transition from the busyness of life to the beauty of meditation with gentle movement. Discover the magnificence of stillness, silence, and abiding tranquility. Begin practice with ten minutes of movement followed by ten minutes of meditation.