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In this on-going series of guided sound meditations, sound artist, Meg Lyding
and yoga teacher, Alysha Pfeiffer team up to offer you a deeply restorative experience of breath, sound, and meditative rest.
Take a journey with the sounds, rhythms, and natural resonances of meditative instruments and lush vocal harmonies as you are gently guided through various deep breathing and meditation practices.
These meditations offer a great way to start your day feeling centered,
find your inner calm with an afternoon break, or unwind into the evening.
The Breathwork Series of guided meditations offers 3 distinct breathing practices combined with restorative sound and music.
Explore each of these practices below.
Choose one to get started or get all 3 in the complete series!
A soothing, simple, and effective breathwork practice to calm anxiety, feel more centered, and gently relax and unwind.
Single Meditation; 8 minutes 7 seconds
A practice to balance the two brain hemispheres, sharpen awareness and harmonize the nervous system. This breathing technique helps to reduce worry and rumination, and creates a feeling of energized calm.
Single Meditation: 9 minutes 27 seconds
A practice great for managing stress, refocusing attention, and improving mood while also promoting clarity, concentration, and overall performance.
Single Meditation; 8 minutes 55 seconds
The intentional use of sound and guided meditation presented in this series is intended to support and deepen your self-care practice, inviting greater peace of mind, promoting more restful relaxation, strengthening physical and emotional well-being, and deepening your connection to body, self, and spirit.
“Where breath goes, energy flows.”
A regular breathwork practice supports cardiovascular health and respiratory function, helps detoxify the body, nourishes tissue with life giving oxygen, adaptively balances energy, decreases stress, and promotes overall well-being.
The use of intentional sound has been shown to deepen states of relaxation & meditation as well as improve mood, release endorphins, boost the immune system and reduce the stress response; facilitating deep rest and aiding in our natural ability to heal and achieve heightened levels of creativity, intuition, and insight.
The effects of this practice can be immediately felt, yet the benefits accumulate over time when incorporated into a regular self-care practice, offering a return to harmony that becomes easier to re-attune to, even in times of stress.
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