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  • Positive Psychology Series (4): Gratitude09:54
    Positive Psychology Series (4): Gratitude

    Mercedes Sieff

    A short, easy to follow meditation class focusing on curating more gratitude for what we have versus longing for what we don’t, a very important characteristic to help cultivate positivity in our lives.



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  • Meditation: Counting the Breath07:53
    Meditation: Counting the Breath

    Nikita Akilapa

    In the third part in our Introduction to Meditation series, we start to count the breath. Get settled in a comfortable spot, either sitting or lying down, and begin to count your breaths backwards from 20 to 1. Say to yourself mentally, I am breathing in 20, I am breathing out 20. I am breathing in 19, I am breathing out 19, and so on until you reach 1. If you notice your mind has wandered away from this focus, draw it back. If you lose your count, start again. If you manage to get all the way to 1, try starting at 50 next time. You might want to use this exercise as a tool to anchor an anxious mind any time you feel overwhelmed.



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  • Meditation:Watching the Breath09:10
    Meditation:Watching the Breath

    Nikita Akilapa

    In this first introduction to meditation video we use the breath as our anchor. Learn how to pay close attention to your breath and how it feels in your body; start to explore all its qualities. Get really involved in all its personality - length, depth, temperature, quality. Fully inhabit it. Breathe in, knowing you are breathing in, breathe out, knowing you are breathing out. Use it as an anchor to the present moment. The minute you notice your mind drifting off to something else, make a point of bringing it right back. Keep the focus and enjoy this meditation introduction! Watch the intruction here: https://movementformodernlife.com/yoga-class-1238-meditation-series-introduction



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  • Universal Teachings 713:21
    Universal Teachings 7

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Meditation on Compassion / Heart Field Meditation. The seventh in the universal teachings series is working with our heart field. Science now has shown that the heart emits an electric field about 60 times greater than the brain in its amplitude. The magnetic component of the heart is 5,000 times stronger than the brains – making it the strongest field in the body! A coherent and strong heart field meditation is so important for our own health, as well as the peace of each other. A peaceful and tranquil heart knows how to radiate compassion, and this meditation creates coherence in the magnetic field of the heart by increasing vagus nerve tone.



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  • Universal Teachings 614:38
    Universal Teachings 6

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Evolving Being: How to remember the Self. A great practice for everyone that wants to further evolve within by utilising their inner sense. A gentle contemplative practice that in time might give rise to a state of being that is distinct from everything else.



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  • Eight Minute Meditation08:05
    Eight Minute Meditation

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    This short, easy meditation will keep you centred, especially for when you're feeling a bit overwhelmed, and can be practiced at your desk at work in a chair, so you're ready to continue with your day. Deceptively simple, this 8 minute meditation will be the game-changer for your day! Thanks to Flow Tunbridge Wells for providing this beautiful location for filming.



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  • Dynamic Stillness Meditation08:26
    Dynamic Stillness Meditation

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    A very different kind of meditation! This meditation is performed in the yoga 'tree' pose - or a balance of your choosing. Be creative in your choice of balance pose and don't be afraid to take your meditation practice into your yoga! Thanks to Flow Tunbridge Wells for providing this beautiful location for filming.



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  • Wanting Things Too Much: The Theory07:42
    Wanting Things Too Much: The Theory

    Toby Ouvry

    The third and final module in our series on stress transformation. Toby's discourse on attachments, pleasures and enjoyments prepares you for the accompanying meditation.



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  • Transforming Anger: The Theory08:02
    Transforming Anger: The Theory

    Toby Ouvry

    Discover ways to transform negative anger into positive power in this mindfulness discourse with Toby Ouvry.



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  • Mindful Moment 1: The Body04:56
    Mindful Moment 1: The Body

    Toby Ouvry

    A beginner's first step into meditation and mindfulness. Just 5 minutes of sitting and observing the body. Great to practice on its own or as an add on to your movement practice.



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  • Quick Fix To Calm05:10
    Quick Fix To Calm

    Kirsty Norton

    Have this in your yoga toolkit - its super effective at changing your mindset and bringing you calm in a matter of minutes. Practice this every day if you can. You can do this practice either lying down, it's great before bed - or on a chair if you're needing to melt away tension at work.



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  • Meditation On Breathing06:16
    Meditation On Breathing

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    A short and gentle introduction to meditation. Ideal for after a yoga class, this is a simple meditaion on breathing. You'll find that when you start to focus mindfully on your breath, you gain focus, clarity and insight and you may even find that life is less stressful. One to incorporate as a daily practice!



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  • Meditation For Inspiration and Calm04:31
    Meditation For Inspiration and Calm

    Sri Dharma Mittra

    Take this meditation with one of the greatest gurus of our time. Incredibly efficient combination of pranayama (breathing) and meditation to leave you feeling spiritually inspired and calm.



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  • Beginner's Meditation09:14
    Beginner's Meditation

    Lucy McCarthy

    A lovely introduction to meditation, really easy and accessible, short and sweet, and great for those of us who are more easily distracted and not expert meditators. You may need a bolster or cushions for sitting on (or you can do this meditation on a chair).



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  • Guided Relaxation08:23
    Guided Relaxation

    Bridget Woods-Kramer

    This is a guided relaxation in Savasana (Corpse Pose). You may want to use this lovely long savasana at the end of any of our longer, more dynamic classes to help you to let go and cultivate compassion towards yourself and others. Also a beautiful relaxation for anytime you need to be de-stressed and chilled out.



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  • Meditation: How to sit comfortably04:00
    Meditation: How to sit comfortably

    Graham Burns

    Never meditated before? Always found after 20 seconds you get wriggly and uncomfortable? Graham explains the basics of how to get comfortable and why it's rule 101 of meditation practice. This practice gives tips for a comfortable cross-legged seat.



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  • Meditation: Sitting comfortably01:30
    Meditation: Sitting comfortably

    Graham Burns

    If you are new to meditation and are a bit daunted by the look of those cross-legged comfortable yogis, fear not! Here Graham gives you alternative ways to sit for meditation.



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  • Better Sleep: Meditation06:15
    Better Sleep: Meditation

    Lisa Sanfilippo

    In this simple meditation practice which can be used before sleep, Lisa shows us how to bring awareness to the thoughts in our mind and how to helpfully acknowledge those thoughts, which can help calm the mind before bedtime. This meditation can be used anytime, and is useful to use at any point in the day when the road seems rocky, but is especially useful before sleep to ensure a more restful, calmer mind in preparation for deep rest.



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