YMI 007: Meditation Using an Intention + Gentle Prep Stretches


In this 7th session of The Yoga, , and Inspiration Podcast for Beginners, we explore the idea of setting intentions and how they can be used in meditation to help you focus and explore a deeper self connection.

It’s been a few weeks since our last session together, and I share a bit of what I’ve been up to during the intro. I also have a very exciting announcement to make, but you’ll have to listen to the session to find out what it is!  :-)

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Session Summary:

Intentions are frequently used in yoga to focus our attention and channel our energy in positive ways. An is sort of like a vision, purpose or dedication to help guide our practice. In this session, we explore a few different ways to help you set a simple, effective and meaningful intention for your meditation practice.

In this session, we also discuss:

  • We begin with a few warm-up to help prepare your body for meditation.

Links to connect with the community:

Thanks so much for listening!

Please let me know if you have any questions about intentions or suggestions for a future session!

Finally, if you know someone else that you think we be interested in or could benefit from a simple meditation practice, be sure to send them this way.

Warm wishes!



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