10 Minute Guided Meditation For Relaxation (Day 7) | Fightmaster Yoga Videos Fix 30


– Welcome to Fightmaster Yoga. This is yogafix30 and we are on day seven. Good work. One week has already gone by so quickly. So today’s class is a nice mediation. So sit up nice and tall, close your eyes. Start to come into your breathing. Bring hands together in front of the heart for our affirmation. I now discover how wonderful I am. I choose to love and enjoy myself. So we’re gonna do a little
bit of movement first. Make your way on to hands and knees. Then walk your hands forward
and take hips back to heels. Keep your toes tucked under. Then inhale, come forward, drop your belly, lift
your chin and tailbone. Exhale, round the back, take
your hips back to your heels into child’s pose. We’ll do this a couple of times. Just a little warm up. Inhale, come forward, lift
your chin and tailbone up. Exhale, round your back. Take your hips all the way
back toward your heels. Inhale again. Bring your heart forward
through the gates of your arms as you lift your tailbone. Exhale, press away from
the floor, round the back. And then take your hips
back to your heels. Inhale again, coming forward and drop the belly, lift
your chin and tailbone. And exhale, press away from the floor, rounding the back. Make your way to child’s pose. And then come back up
on to hands and knees, stepping your right foot
up by your right hand. Make sure your right
knee’s over the ankle. Left hand down, reach your right arm up. Remember if you can’t reach the
floor, use your blocks here. Pull the right hip back, exhale, sweep the right arm around. Inhale, right arm back up. Exhale make a circle. Inhale, reach it up, exhale circle it around. And then come on up to center. Reach both arms up pulling
the right hip back, dropping the tailbone down. Look up if that’s okay on your neck. Bend both elbows, exhale,
and scrape the elbows on the imaginary back wall. Inhale arms up, exhale. Bend the elbows, open the chest. Inhale reach up, exhale bend, and open. Bring your hands down. Straighten the front leg. And fold over that straight front leg as you continue to pull right hip back. Now make your way into table, stepping your left foot forward. Make sure the knee’s over the ankle. Keep the right hand down. Inhale, stretch the left arm up. Pull the left hip back. Reaching up and then sweep it all the way around in a circle. Inhale, bring it around. Exhale, circle it. Inhale, reach up tall. Exhale, circle the arm around. Bring it back down and reach both arms up as you sink your hips forward. Pull your front ribs in. Draw left hip back, lift
hip bones toward lower ribs. Exhale, bend the elbows, open the chest. Sweep the arms around. Inhale reach up. Exhale, bend and open. Like you’re moving through water. Reach the arms up, inhale. Make a little resistance
as you bend and open. Bring the hands down,
straighten the left leg, inhale. Fold over it as you exhale. Continue to pull your left hip back, stretching out your
hamstrings just a little bit. Now re-bend that knee. Sit your hips off to one side, extend the legs forward. And make your way onto your back. Hug your knees into your chest. So our meditation today, I’m going to lie down. And if you’re newer to
meditation especially, I would suggest to try
this first one lying down. Knees can bent if your low
back bothers you at all. Or you can extend them out. Now if you are comfortable
sitting up in meditating, you’re welcome to sit
with the shins crossed. I would also recommend
sitting up on something, like a cushion or a pillow. But either way, take a few moments to get very, very comfortable. Either you’re sitting,
or you’re lying down. But you’re working on getting comfortable. So that’s why we did a
little bit of movement so that we can kind of get
the wiggles out a bit before we settle in. So in your relaxed, comfortable position, release your tongue from
the roof of your mouth, as your hands rest. Feet and legs comfortable. Just take notice of your body. Allow it to be heavy and
allow it to relax completely. As you let yourself relax in your body, just start to notice it a bit. If you’re lying down,
notice the parts of the body that are touching the floor, the parts that are not. And if you’re sitting, do the same. Notice the parts that make
connection with the floor or the cushion or the chair. And notice the parts that aren’t. Scanning the body, notice
if you have any tightness or tension at any place. And try to just let it go. And most importantly, just breathe. Feel the natural flow of your breath in and out, in and out. The breath doesn’t have to be long, it doesn’t have to be short. Just natural. In and out. Notice where you feel
your breath in your body as you inhale. Maybe you’ll feel it in your nostrils or in your chest or belly. As you exhale maybe you’ll
feel it in your throat. See if you can feel each breath. Feel the sensation of each breath becoming present for every single breath. As you do this you might notice that your mind wanders here or there. It’s okay. It’s completely natural. When the mind wanders, just
take it back to breathing. In and out. In and out. Continue keeping your tension
focused on your breath. Inhaling, exhaling. Inhaling, and exhaling. I’m going to be quiet for just a bit. As I am quiet, continue breathing. And again, when your mind wanders just bring it back to your breath. Continue your natural breathing. But then start to become
aware of your body just a little bit. As you start to bring your
attention back to your body allow your breath to naturally
become a little bit longer. In and out. In and out. And as we conclude our meditation, we rest for a moment for our
quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson who said, “Though we travel the world over “to find the beautiful,
we must carry it with us “or we find it not.” Take a long stretch. Big breath as you roll to your right side. Good work today. Use your left hand to come up to seated. Let’s bring our hands together. Bringing the hands to
the forehead to remind us to have clear and loving thoughts. Our hands to the heart
reminding us to have clear and loving intentions. And our hands to the mouth
reminding us to have clear and loving communications
sending out positive energy to all beings everyone. Namaste. Thank you so much for joining me today, day seven. You’ve done a week already. That’s so awesome. Don’t forget to visit fightmasteryoga.com and check out our upcoming retreats. In the summer we’re going to Greece, to Morocco, to Amsterdam. And I would love, love, love to see you. Have a great day. Bye.


32 Responses

  1. Veena Nandrajog

    January 7, 2018 5:52 am

    Beautiful this class is so good.Thank you very much fr doing such wonderful guided meditation sequence. Namaste ☺☺☺

  2. RubyLovesRocket

    January 7, 2018 7:58 am

    I really loved your locale today. Nice to see bits of California. Thanks, from the Frozen Adirondacks.

  3. Charlotte B.

    January 7, 2018 9:08 am

    I did day 5 and day 7 this morning, it feels amazing to start my Sunday :)) have a beautiful day Lesley !!

  4. Yvonne Lange

    January 7, 2018 12:04 pm

    As I have a daily morning meditation routine this was the second meditation session for me today :-). Nice idea to end the first week! From tomorrow on I will be back in the office and therefore have to do the YogaFix30 classes in the evening. So don't be astonished if I'll tune it much later here ;-). See you tomorrow and have a wonderful Sunday!!

  5. Su Linna

    January 7, 2018 12:26 pm

    7:24 am. North Carolina. Thank you, Lesley! Loved the companion of your morning yoga practice! You made me look forward to each morning. I am a patient with postpartum depression. But I believe in holistic healing. Thank you for being part of my journey. Namaste!

  6. Yoga by DD

    January 7, 2018 12:50 pm

    Just what I needed Lesley, it's like you know exactly what I need…thank you from the bottom of my heart for make us feel beautiful inside and out. xo

  7. Chantal van Velzen

    January 7, 2018 12:55 pm

    Yay, week 1 complete! Lovely meditation and I liked that you still added some movement in the beginning 😊. Have a wonderful Sunday Lesley and Duke! See you tomorrow! 💖🙏🏻

  8. Jen Mais

    January 7, 2018 1:01 pm

    Such a beautiful spot. I re watched today's after I completed it so I could see all the greenery ♥️ up here we covered in a heavy layer of snow 😊 Thank you

  9. TheNubianHippie

    January 7, 2018 3:29 pm

    Feelin' fine and clear! Thank you! I'm here a little late….my notifications got turned off somehow….it's all good tho 😊😊

  10. Erin Hensley

    January 7, 2018 3:51 pm

    Mmm mmmm- what a lovely end to a fantastic week of yoga- thank you Team Fightmaster. (I love the phrase "get the wiggles out"! ) x

  11. AnyMay

    January 7, 2018 4:48 pm

    Thank you for this lesson today. I really got lost in my little place inside my mind. It almost felt like a really good dream.

  12. Jopapa TV 조파파 TV

    January 7, 2018 5:19 pm

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  13. Briana Asfahani

    January 8, 2018 4:56 am

    Day 7 ✔
    This was a much needed meditation after a busy weekend. Thank you! Namaste. 🙏❤

  14. Elizabeth Whatley

    January 8, 2018 5:39 am

    Meditation is a perfect way to start back to work after a nice break! Thanks to you I am well rested and ready for my new year with my students ❤️.

  15. Annas Be

    January 10, 2018 6:13 pm

    Thank you so much Lesley for all the yoga classes you are giving. You have made me love yoga and become a little bit addicted 😉
    Lots of love from the north of Sweden! / Anna

  16. Zsuzsanna Benkó

    July 16, 2018 12:26 pm

    Started the program on July 2nd along with some dear members of my favorite group on FB, and loving the classes so far, they are a nice addition to my morning yoga routine. Thank you Lesley and Duke for making them! Sunshine and butterflies to both of you!

  17. kaede rukawa

    September 27, 2018 6:56 am

    day 7 check in: i used to skip the rst days or the meditation days. i had the idea that i needed to move to get more flexible and to get stronger. but that is not what yoga is about. now, my yoga is about having a strong and conscious mind. namaste

  18. Kelli Gillett

    November 25, 2018 9:21 pm

    Wonderful! Was not expecting the gentle stretches but truly enjoyed them. This class was a great reminder that, although yoga is great for strengthening and lengthening, if you're skipping the mental aspect you are not getting the most out of your practice. Thank you so much.


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