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Feel More Present in Your Body with This Mindful Moving Meditation


Get grounded with a practice that combines mantra, movement, and breathing.

Feeling scattered or overwhelmed? Find tranquility with this breathing technique from Jillian Pransky, who leads our upcoming online course, Restorative 201. This gentle practice combines mantra, movement, and mindful breathing and will help you feel more focused and ready to face the challenges in your day.

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Want to thread the science of deep relaxation into your day? Join our online course, Restorative 201: Short, Simple Practices to Stay Calm on the Mat (and in the Moment). In five weeks Jillian Pransky will share bite-sized slow flow and restorative practices, breathing and meditation techniques, and quick reset tools—all designed to integrate into your life easily and immediately. Learn more and sign up today!

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A Short Mantra Practice to Stay Open and Grounded


Maintain inner harmony during moments of change with this 5-minute meditation.

Transitions can be difficult, whether you’re moving into a new season, a new home, or a new job. Bring yourself back into balance with this short meditation from Jillian Pransky, who leads our upcoming online course, Restorative 201. Here, she shows you an invaluable tool to restore inner harmony, whether you need to be more present or allow yourself to open up to new experiences.

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Want to thread the science of deep relaxation into your day? Join our online course, Restorative 201: Short, Simple Practices to Stay Calm on the Mat (and in the Moment). In five weeks Jillian Pransky will share bite-sized slow flow and restorative practices, breathing and meditation techniques, and quick reset tools—all designed to integrate into your life easily and immediately. Learn more and sign up today!

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Dealing with Transition? Tether Yourself to the Present with This 3-Part Breath


Stay in the moment during periods of change with this short mindfulness technique.

Feeling unmoored by change? Return to the present moment with a short three-part breathing practice that’s easy to do anytime you feel your mind drifting into the future, or lingering in the past. Here, Jillian Pransky—who leads our upcoming online course, Restorative 201—shows you a simple technique to trace the length of every inhale and exhale. Each breath will bring you closer to the here and now.

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If you want to learn how to thread the science of deep relaxation into your day, join our online course, Restorative 201: Short, Simple Practices to Stay Calm on the Mat (and in the Moment) taught by international yoga teacher and author Jillian Pransky. You’ll learn bite-sized slow flow and restorative practices, breathing and meditation techniques, and quick reset tools—all designed to integrate into your life easily and immediately. Sign up today!

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