5 Fan-Favorite Meditation Sessions, According To You
It’s time to focus on you! While The Office marathons are always a good idea after a particularly stressful week, nothing quite compares to sitting back in a comfortable position and pressing play on an audio-guided meditation session to help calm your worries. Ready to stay present for a few minutes? Check out 5 of our fan-favorite Yoga Wake Up offerings.
How Much Time You’ll Need: 8:30 minutes
Instructor: Ferry Barceló
About The Session: Through this meditation, you will connect with your Compassionate Self deeply, so you can access him or her whenever you need a boost of self-love!
What Fans Say: “Simply beautiful! I really needed to hear this, and it was at exactly the right time.”
How Much Time You’ll Need: 8:33 minutes
Instructor: Emilie Perz
About The Session: You will be guided through a visualization of your Goddess qualities and you will embody the Goddess in a noble way to show that #timesup and we are ready to be seen, heard and valued the way we once were.
What Fans Say: “I’ve always struggled with self-confidence, but your narration helped me get there.”
How Much Time You’ll Need: 6:07 minutes
Instructor: Kate Kuss
About The Session: An easy and relaxing session that will help you find your breath to create awareness.
What Fans Say: “I like this meditation a lot. I found the movement to be very minimal and it helped my mind stay focused on my breath and being present.”
How Much Time You’ll Need: 9:15 minutes
Instructor: Justin Randolph
About The Session: This guided meditation is infused with Reiki energy and through visualization, breath, and hands on suggestions, you receive the universal life force energy that is Reiki.
What Fans Say: “That was awesome. My whole home now feels serene and showered with white light!”
How Much Time You’ll Need: 7:20 minutes
Instructor: Sarah Beston
About The Session: This practice is great for stress reduction, anxiety, and enhancing focus and concentration.
What Fans Say: “Beautiful way to wake up. Especially reminding to set an intention.”