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I’m moving and you’re invited to the housewarming!
Badlands Yoga has a new home and will be growing with online courses, ebooks, and more. You can already download free guided practices and meditations! There’s a survey to let me know what you’re interested in knowing more about and even a forum where you can receive personal answers to your questions!
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I’ll still be writing over here and even at eleJ, but for now, let’s hang out over in the badlands. Let me know what you think!
Dirgha, or three part yogic breath, is the basis for pranayam. The first portion initiates the body’s relaxation response, and the entire thing is an exercise in observation and transformation through attention. We start every class with this meditation and I’ve finally produced a recording I’m willing to share. It has audio issues, so don’t expect pro quality – it’s my first one! Let me know how you enjoy the content and I’ll continue to post as I become more comfortable and my equipment gets better. Comment below to let me know how this works for you.
- Yogic Time-Out: Counting Breath (VIDEO) (huffingtonpost.com)
- The meditation sceptic (peacefulrestlessness.com)
- Meditation Is Like Cleaning the Windows We Look Through Every Day. ~ Tova Payne (elephantjournal.com)