OUR SHOWS With: Diana Lang
“Yoga for Everyday Use”
Meditation is an age-old practice of awareness that increases your focus, your consciousness, and your soul-knowing. Meditation creates a foundation that deeply connects you with your true self and allows your inner spirit to shine through your life more and more. It is a process of quieting your mind, opening your heart and literally coming ‘home’ within your SELF. Even a few minutes of meditation will change how your day unfolds.
The good news is that you can start today, right now! Our show is about demonstrating how easy meditation really is and showing you that the path to meditation is literally just a breath away. In addition, you’ll learn about….
- Setting an intention and creating a sacred space.
- How your posture affects your breath.
- Simple adjustments you can do if you are in pain
- What to do with your busy mind.
- How to know when you’re ‘there.’
- The difference between visualization and meditation.
- Plus a Bonus! You’ll get to participate and experience two short and incredible meditations led by Diana.
By practicing meditation and staying awake in a moment, even for just a moment, you can change your life, right here, right now, forever.
What is Yoga? Yoga is a state of being where your body, mind and heart connects together. Yoga teaches you how to breathe properly, get reconnected and be more in balance with yourself.
The proliferation of yoga classes and yoga centers throughout the Western world is a tribute to yoga’s indisputable power to enliven and actively ‘stretch’ you to becoming more vital, balanced, supple and strong. Frequently our pain and tension, be it mental, emotional or physical, reflects a constriction in our bodies. By connecting with and noticing what is going on in your body, you can become aware of how to heal and energize yourself from within.
And the good news is that you can start right now! In less than 15 minutes a day, you can bring more balance to your life!
My guest, Diana Lang demonstrates simple breath exercises and easy yoga postures that you can do in the morning to stretch and open your body, and at night to help you relax, ease shoulder discomfort, sleep better and get you back in touch with your beautiful self. Studies have shown that Yogic stretching and breathing exercises have an invigorating effect on both mental and physical energy, as well as, improved mood.
In Straight from the Heart’s “Yoga for Everyday Use” learn easy and simple movements that can help you to take charge of your life and your health.