Do you want to:
- Feel less stressed during the day?
- Connect to yourself on a deeper level?
- Quiet your monkey brain?
- Finish the challenge with a 30-minute flow
- Gain more confidence in your yoga practice
- Have access to a global yoga community
Then, welcome to the meditation zone where you will learn how to meditate in order to reap all of these benefits.
I get it, we are programmed to keep running nonstop.
We have long winded to-do lists, friends to call, millions of advertisements clogging our brains, social media feeds to scroll, news channels reminding us of all of the chaos going on in the world, and pressure from ourselves and others to succeed and find purpose in life. It feels like we don’t have time to sit and do nothing!
Finding time to meditate is time not wasted.
Meditating for the brain is the same as physical exercise for the body. When you first start weight lifting or running, you start light and slow, and little by little you see results.
The same with meditating. It may feel really difficult at first. That is totally normal. Yet, the benefits occur when you persevere.
Magic happens when you persevere.
Meditation involves being aware without judgment. You are watching your thoughts as they arise. You are connecting to your breath and the sensations in your body. Meditation can tell you a whole lot about your well being. All you have to do is tune in.
So, let’s learn how to tune in together.
Now more than ever with a global focus on improving mental, physical and emotional health, there is quite the buzz on meditation. And for good reason! There are so many benefits of meditation.
A consistent meditation practice can:
- Reduce stress
- Control anxiety
- Reduce memory loss
- Improve sleep
- Decrease blood pressure
- Regulate emotions
- Increase productivity
For benefits like these, you owe it to yourself to at least give meditation a try. I know it can be intimidating trying something new. Don't worry, with many meditation videos for beginners, I’ve made it easy for you to begin.