Melt Away Stress with Meditation

By Britt Peterson
|  Thursday, Jun 25, 2009  |  Updated 2:32 PM PDT
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Melt Away Stress with Meditation

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If insight on how to relax your mind and center yourself is just what you need, check out the Art of Living Foundation.

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With all of today’s responsibilities, it may feel like we are weighted down with constant worries and endless to-do lists. Spend your evening focusing your thoughts to the present moment and releasing stress through a rhythmic breathing process at two San Diego yoga studios.

The Art of Living Foundation is organizing two Yoga and Meditation courses that use a technique called Sudarshan Kriya. This practice incorporates a powerful-breathing approach into a low-impact yoga course that teaches vital skills for dealing with challenging emotions and situations, according to Yelp.com poster.

Can proper breathing techniques really make such a positive impact on human morale? Apparently so. Those who have taken the course worldwide have reportedly claimed they are feeling happier, healthier and better equipped to take on life’s challenges because of it.

Here are some of the skills you will walk away with:

  • Practices that heal and harmonize the body, mind and spirit.
  • Practical wisdom for improving work and relationships.
  • Discovering the laws that govern the mind and emotions.
  • Stretching and low-impact yoga for health, circulation and body stillness.

If insight on how to relax your mind and center yourself is just what you need, check out the Art of Living Foundation. Courses end in Mira Mesa Thursday, however the Yoga Swami Studio in Encinitas will be hosting the practice at 6:30 p.m. until June 30. Click here for class information and how to sign up.

Don’t miss out on the chance to find your “inner chi” and improve your overall well-being. Namaste!
 

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