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Returning to Centre - 20 minutes
This longer form practice is designed to return us to a place of trust and balance that lives within. It includes simple standing movements, seated breathing practice, and a short meditation.
Stress Relief - 7 Minutes
This is a quick movement and breath standing practice to help shake off stress. It can be a good re-set in the middle of the day or way to transition out of your work.
Work with Anger - Part 2 - 12 Minutes
This practice is designed to help our bodies metabolize frustration and anger. While it is divided into two sections, it is recommended to begin with Part 1. This part is a standing and seated practice.
Work with Anger - Part 1 - 7 Minutes
This practice is designed to help our bodies metabolize frustration and anger. While it is divided into two sections, it is recommended to begin with Part 1. This part is a seated practice.
Rest and Restore - 5 Minutes
This brief seated practice is designed to harness the restorative power of rest and permission to slow down in order to support greater levels of well-being.
Pause For Presence - 7 Minutes
This is a brief neurosensory seated practice that helps orient the mind and body back to the present moment. It hones interoceptive awareness and strengthens our system’s ability to detect more safety, pleasure, and ease.
Lifting Your Mood - 6 Minutes
This short standing practice is designed to lift your energy and mood when feeling low or fatigued. It is also a great practice to maintain a positive flow of energy in body and mind.
Containment & Support - 6 Minutes
This brief practice is excellent for calming feelings of overwhelm and restoring a sense of support and balance. This is a practice that can be done seated or standing.
Compassion Practice - 7 Minutes
Compassion is an essential element in physical and psychological health. This brief seated practice combines simple mindful movement and loving-kindness meditation to restore a deep sense of well-being.
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