Yoga at Home

Meditation

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Interested in practicing meditation in nature?

Countless studies show the benefits of being in nature. Even better - you don't have to go to some far-away place or wait until the temperature is 80 degrees. Any season is a good one and the park down the road is suitable!  I can lead small groups or individuals to help you find a little magic, feel a little more grounded and discover something about yourself. Pick a park nearby, the Prairie Path, or we can head to another space. It will be amazing!  I just ask that sessions be booked at least two weeks in advance to allow for proper preparation.

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Meditation in Nature finalArtist Name
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Want to Start a Meditation Practice?

There are so many benefits to meditation and so many reasons for starting, from stress management to relieving depression to helping you find your purpose and achieve goals. Click here for tips on how to get started, some popular apps to use, and keys to sticking with it.

Combine your love of the outdoors with your meditation practice. This 25-minute meditation will open your senses and have you noticing the little things - the marvelous in what is in front of you.

Interested in doing meditation in nature? I can lead small groups through parks nearby to help you find your center, in the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. Pick a park nearby, the Prairie Path, or we can head to another space. Must be booked at least two weeks in advance to allow for proper preparation.

Grounding Meditation.mp3Kimberly LaBounty
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I find this meditation is great when you feel like the world is spinning out of control around you or you just need a little stability. I've taken the meditation from the book Wheels of Life by Anodea Judity, PhD

3-part BreathingKimberly LaBounty
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I often begin my classes with some three part, or yogic, breathing. It has so many benefits, such as better use of the diaphragm, providing extra oxygen into the blood stream and surrounding organs. And let's face it, this might be the only time you'll take a deep breath today.