Monday, March 8 - Sunday, March 28
Live each day at 2:00pm MST
Join the Amana Yoga teachers for 21 Days of Meditation!
These 20 minute meditations will air live each day at 2:00pm MST. If you cannot make the daily live meditation do not worry! After the live meditation has aired, recordings of them will replace the live event so you can access them later on whenever you like. The recordings will also be available for download so you can access them on your devices without having to access Fiteo online.
Amana has been incorporating weekly themes into their classes and offerings, and these meditations will be no different. The themes that will be covered are the third Yama, Asteya (non-stealing); Inversions or a change in perspective and the acceptance of change; and the fourth Yama, Brahmacharya (moderation).
Every moment is a unique constellation of factors coming together outside of you and within you. In this meditation we'll practice Asteya by honoring the right now, gifting ourselves the experience of this precious moment.
This meditation affirms that we are whole as we are. When we trust that what is for us will find us, the desire to steal (to take from others’ energy or possessions) is alleviated.
*this meditation is audio only.
Change of Perspective meditation led by Carlye Cole.
Times when we feel stuck, a change of perspective can help move us forward. This meditation provides space to consider our thoughts from a different view.
*this meditation is audio only
*This mediation is sound only*
This mediation focuses on this week's theme of inversions. On the nature of what it is like to turn things around, and upside-down. To see things from a new perspective, from within.
In this meditation will explore what it means to invert our perspective within our minds. These sublet concepts of yoga help to reduce daily suffering. Please sit on a blanket or bolster and place your back up against something.
Led by Alia Sebben
This tonglen inspired meditation helps us practice active compassion toward ourselves and others. When we sit with what it is to suffer we give ourselves the opportunity to better understand and accept it. We can 'use what seems like poison as medicine.
Led by Cat Eskey
Experiencing somatic awareness from the end points of the body (crown, hands and feet) to the heart; releasing what no longer needs to be held and tuning into the authentic energy of self. Led by Rebecca Guidera
Welcome to meditation in honor of the powerful practice of bramacharya.
Bramacharya, moderation of the senses, is a vital part of our yoga practice. The practice of bramacharya and meditation helps us to maintain our vitality. Where our attention goes, energy flows. This 20 minute energy conserv...