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  • Manage Anxiety(10): Clear Your Mind With Bumble Breath06:10
    Manage Anxiety(10): Clear Your Mind With Bumble Breath

    Robin Watkins - Davis

    This short class brings a breathing technique called bumble bee breath and brings a tibetan singing bowl to help you to focus on the sound to help you to clarify. It is a great technique to learn to clear the mind.



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  • Manage Anxiety(4): Affirmation Workshop Part 109:17
    Manage Anxiety(4): Affirmation Workshop Part 1

    Robin Watkins - Davis

    Do you have a thought pattern or a habit that you have noticed that you think might be getting in your way of achieving your goal of performing at your best? This workshop explains what an affirmation is and how it can put a meditation practice into your daily life and help reach your goals and live the life you want. You will need a journal, or paper and pen for today's video.



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  • Manage Anxiety(3) Think It, See It, Believe it, Have It!14:16
    Manage Anxiety(3) Think It, See It, Believe it, Have It!

    Robin Watkins - Davis

    Guided relaxation and visualisation meditation which focuses on the power of manifestation, using the power of positive thinking and visualisation to achieve an outcome you want,whether that be your dream grade or an interview going smoothly. Generate confidence, positivity, success and resilience. Although this class is taught in a traditional seated meditation position, you can do this class anytime, anywhere, particularly is great for when you're lying down to help you to relax before you go to sleep, knowing that you're making the most of the power of your mind to work its magic when you're asleep.



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  • Mindfulness Meditation on the Elements 16:37
    Mindfulness Meditation on the Elements

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    This beautiful, simple meditation class focuses on mindfulness of the body as experienced through our elemental constitutions of earth, fire water and air, space and consciousness. The Buddha taught about elemental practices as a way to train attention but also to wake up the fluidity of our changing experience. Just as the elements of the natural world dance in an ongoing interconnectedness and ongoing state of change, we can also begin to become aware of our body and our experience of it through the elements with us and all around us. Enjoy! Clothing by Rumi X.



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  • Live At Yoga Garden Party: Mindfulness in Movement01:02:48
    Live At Yoga Garden Party: Mindfulness in Movement

    Clive Fogelman

    Take some space. This meditative class invites you to take some space in your life. This is a movement meditation class for you to form mindfulness around your movements. The movements are an extension of your mindfulness practice. This is a practice of coming home, creating space and time for you. You take very gentle movements to invite you into a state of mindfulness meditation around these movements. You will start supine, with gentle leg and arm movements, then very gentle flows and ending with a lovely, long relaxation and body scan.



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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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  • 10 Min Meditation Break: Sensory Awareness10:22
    10 Min Meditation Break: Sensory Awareness

    Clive Fogelman

    A short mindfulness practise focusing on the senses that can be done anywhere, anytime, any place. This is great for steadiness, grounding and relaxation.



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  • 10 Min Meditation Break: Body Awareness11:13
    10 Min Meditation Break: Body Awareness

    Clive Fogelman

    A short mindfulness practice focusing on the body that can be done anywhere, anytime, any place. This is great for steadiness, grounding and relaxation.



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  • 10 Min Meditation Break: Breath11:03
    10 Min Meditation Break: Breath

    Clive Fogelman

    A short mindfulness practise focusing on the breath that can be done anywhere, anytime, any place. This is great for steadiness, grounding and relaxation.



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