EMBODIED MEDITATION PODCASTS with Paige – Calm Stress and Anxiety
Gentle yoga combined with guided relaxations and meditations. These short, portable audio sessions blend breath-centered movement, music, and mindfulness practices to help you sleep, center, ground, release stress, and generally soothe your system.
Please give the first Embodied Meditation—Calming Stress and Anxiety—a listen here. It’s 15 minutes of soothing, grounding movement and guided breathing to help dissolve tension.
I’m overjoyed to celebrate springtime with a brand new offering I’ve been nurturing over the long winter months: Embodied Meditation audio practices.
These recordings—which I hope will support and nourish you—feature gentle yoga practices combined with guided relaxations and meditations. They give you short, portable sessions that blend breath-centered movement, music, and mindfulness practices to help you sleep, center, ground, release stress, and generally soothe your system.
They’re offered in the form of a free weekly podcast, so you can listen to them through your favorite podcast app anytime—and anywhere—you like.
I would love to know what you think. And I would be over the moon if you would subscribe to the podcast and share it with others who you think might benefit from it. Thank you so much for tagging along with me on this beautiful experiment.
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