If you ever feel tossed around by the circumstances of life, allow these classes to be your anchor. From processing feelings of disbelief to strengthening your internal boundaries, these movement and meditation practices present numerous methods of facing a difficult transition or loss. While you may not be able to change the situation, you can stay present with your emotions and regain a sense of control.
Created by Glo
8 classes • 335 mins
You may be experiencing heightened sensitivity, but know that is not something you need to change. Acknowledge your current sensitive state, and learn to tap into a place of calm. This meditation will help strengthen your internal boundaries, so you can feel more at ease when you walk out into the world. Props Suggested: A blanket, bolster or chair.
Find reassurance that you're exactly where you're supposed to be on your healing journey. This class will help you feel supported by resting in gentle supine twists, forward folds, and mild backbends with the use of props. Regain strength by slowing down, repairing through rest, and allowing your nervous system to recalibrate to a new place. Your own internal support is even stronger than you think. Props Needed: A bolster, a blanket, and a block.
Become stronger, more powerful and secure in your practice by getting in tune with the natural pulsation of the Universe. Through this workshop-style, well-rounded class, you will learn to make the Universe's energy your own and like magic, walk away feeling unstoppable. Props Needed: Two blocks. Props Suggested: A blanket.
A spacious and nurturing class to support those of you who are going through the grieving process. Focus is on bringing breath deeply into the body, moving with kindness allowing yourself to be where you are. Take time to work yourself around your entire body, with lunges, forward bends, twists and hip openers. Focusing on the support of other yogis also going through grief can be comforting.
In this radically transformative process for working with deep emotions, we look into the experience of loss and sadness through the mind, the body, and the imagination, then dissolve the residue of emotional energy through the tantric practices of holding space and active imagination. Prop Needed: Pen and paper to write on.
When your spirit has been broken, you feel defeated, or you're grieving, sometimes a practice that helps you blow off some steam and "get back on the horse" is just what is needed rather than something slow or gentle. This is straight up vinyasa, warrior poses, and hand balancings for a full body rush of transformative power when times are tough.
Embody the fierce energy of the warrior goddess, Durga, as you explore themes of strength, courage, and persistence. This strong hip-opening practice begins with her story and mantra, then moves through powerful vinyasas with deep squats and lunges, like malasana, goddess pose, and skandasana. You'll call forth your own fearless heart as you flow, then allow Durga's protective energy to settle with a deep stretch and savasana.