We can approach wellness holistically. Meditate, breathe, + connect to your universe.
Meditation can also be notoriously difficult for many, many people. And a lot of the time, the problem lies in trying too hard, according to Light Watkins.
While Vipassana silent retreats are not easy, they can teach you incredibly valuable lessons about thought, emotion, and the human experience.
Keeping our minds primed and sharp is essential to keeping our collective foot on the gas. Here's why you should start meditating, from Light Watkins.
Meditation teacher Megan Monahan shares why mantras can help you settle into meditation and advises you on which ones to use and how to use them.
Biet Simkin discusses how to practice non-attachment in difficult times, meditation for empowerment and activism, and reclaiming your own self-worth.
For Taryn Toomey, staying moving—especially when so much around us remains stagnant—is a way to reflect, release, and ultimately, expand.
Many people struggle with stress, and it can impact your sleep. Try this guided yoga nidra meditation to help you wind down and sleep better.
How to do the relaxing 4-7-8 breathwork technique the next time you are stressed, feel emotional or unsettled, or have trouble falling asleep.
While both are valid in their own right, you might gravitate toward one or the other depending on what you need in a specific moment.
Paying attention to what we consume & throw away begins to shift our consciousness in very tangible ways. Here is a meditation on trash to get you started.
A simple beginner's guide to the 12 major types of meditation, including Transcendental, mantra, guided, chakra, and loving-kindness meditation.
While you don't need anything to meditate, designating a meditation zone in your home and incorporating certain objects and tools can elevate your practice.
Whether you realize it or not, your higher self is always available to you. This 17-minute guided meditation practice can help you connect to it.
Dancing as a meditation can help you tap into your emotions and express and release them. Here's an exercise you can try at home.
A 10-minute guided meditation that can help you drop into your body, release resistance, and find your center amid the madness from Susy Schieffelin.
If you want to incorporate the niyamas into your own yoga practice—and in your life off the mat—here's everything you need to know to get started.