a meditation practice to fit anywhere in your day, using various subtle pranayama practices paired with mantra (So Ham) to bring you back into attunement with self

practice begins with a meditation to bring awareness to knots, hold, constrictions in the body, to breath space and ease where needed, a unique gentle stretch follows to unlock the major joints and muscles and we close again with a short, healing meditation

a centering practice that will balance out right (masculine/activated) and left (feminine/receptive) through breath awareness and control – spend some time journaling or free writing after practice if time allows

a meditative breathwork practice that will bring you into balance in body, mind and energy, you will be guided to utilize sama vritti breathing (even fluctuations) to feel more centered and calm

this meditation is all about trusting yourself, mamas! throughout pregnancy, labor, birth and motherhood we are bombarded with outside opinions and ideas- cultivating that deeper, inner trust within is essential for you to stay grounded in your truth and your power throughout all stages of this beautiful motherhood journey

guide your awareness through different energy centers in the body to see what arises from this intention of Self Trust, exploring how you’re showing up and committing to yourself

a guided meditation to identify what you’re feeling, create space for it to be felt, and then cultivate the awareness that you are not defined by what you feel through allowing it to move through you

a journey through the body, navigating felt sensations and spaces where you may feel stuck, restrained or constricted- you will end this practice feeling more spacious and deeply rested. It is recommended to do yoga nidra lying down so feel free to do this in bed prior to sleep or any other comfortable space in your home

this yoga nidra meditation is meant to be done right before bed- it’s recommended to actually set yourself up for sleep and then allow for this guided awareness to sink you deep into rest