Meditation classes train your mind to relax into a state of contentment. By steadying the body, slowing the breath, and adding a mental point of focus, your mind can relax and be restored to psychological balance.
If you are curious about meditation and want to learn a bit more about it as well as to get set up for and be guided through a basic session, this is the class for you. Join Chétana and learn to let got of busy-mind and drop into the rich and textured present.
This 10-minute class guides you through a simple yet effective meditation practice. It is ideal if you have limited time, or are new to meditation. Use the power of your own breath to steady your focus and relax your mind. Encouraged by the subtle breeze and the slow, steady flow of the Ganges River, transport yourself to a place of peace. Practice this brief meditation at any time of day to instill a sense of calm.
Infinitely expand your mind while breathing in light, joy, and happiness. Absorb the calm of the Ganga River as her waters flow softly behind Vishva-ji in this practice. Within this meditation, release tension and any negative emotions you may be holding onto. Subtle breathing techniques will help you achieve a state of calm. Enjoy a little giggle at first with the welcome of a furry friend…only in India would a monkey join for meditation. Hari Om!
This 15-minute meditation practice is specifically designed for anyone who occasionally struggles to fall asleep or with persistent insomnia. Follow the guidance in this video at any point close to bedtime or if you are already in bed and struggling to relax. Imagine your are sitting on location in Curacao at dusk and feel your restlessness go down with sun.
Find yourself closer to a calm, peaceful, and relaxed state with this 20-minute meditation practice. Whether you are in temporary burst of stress or a longer stressful stretch of your life, this is a wonderful and beneficial practice. Filmed in sunny Curacao, this video will help you find a deeper sense of calm as you imagine the soft sun shining on you and the gentle breeze carrying your stressors away.
If you suffer from migraine headaches, this meditation practice is designed for you. Vishva-ji suggests using it like medicine and prescribes it twice a day, before sunrise and after sunset. Filmed in sunny Curacao, this video will help you find a deeper sense a calm as you imagine the soft sun shining on you and a gentle breeze blowing by.
Nestled in nature, Vishva-ji gently guides you through a 20-minute meditation practice designed to assist in concentration. Use this practice at any point in your day for better focus and a calmer spirit. Filmed in beautiful Curacao, this video will transport you to the tropics with the soft sun shining on you and the smell of sweet flowers dancing in the breeze.
Grief is a natural human emotion. The first step in yoga is to be present for our own feelings. If we disallow certain feelings, they get stuck (what we resist persists). Once we have been present for grief, the next step is to let go. Sometimes we may fear that by letting go of grief, we are forgetting the person we've lost. But we are letting go of accute grief and moving into a phase of acceptance or integration. Let go with the flow of Ma Ganga - let her take some of your burden.
Meditation is a practice that can help us weather the storms of life by increasing our resilience and our inner strength. Join Chétana in this class as we connect with the breath, chant a power mantra, Om Dum Durgaye Namaha, and learn to use the hand as a mala to hone concentration. In just ten minutes, you'll feel more centred and ready to face the day.
Join Chétana with a meditation through the chakras. In this class we'll visualize the Tantra Yantras and utter the Bija Mantras for each chakra and focus on the qualities of each. In just 20 minutes, raise your energy to the crown to meet the descending universal energy of grace.
As women, we have busy lives rich with caring, career and activity. Self care can sometimes be placed last. Join Chétana and take 15 minutes for yourself to replenish with a meditation on the Hearth Chakra that begins with Bhramaree (bumble bee breath) and closes with nurturing affirmations.