Sarah Coleman is an outstanding Yoga teacher! She combines the best of strength and flexibility training in her class. It is a well rounded yogic experience. She explains the more challenging postures in a clear, encouraging manner, with gentleness and good humor. At the end of one of her restorative classes, I felt I could just float out of the room. Her knowledge of meditation techniques is quite extensive and if one is curious about that she is open to discussion and willing to give tips on getting started.
For the experienced yoga student, or for the beginner, Sarah is the teacher I highly recommend. ~ TK
SEQUENCES & MEDITATIONS (AUDIO)
4-minute guided meditation is great for those new to meditation.
You will be guided into a comfortable seat and centered. Then
you will be lead to a single point of focus meditation. Set
a timer. TRY for a daily practice. Begin sitting and meditating
for a short period of time every single day for a week. Then
increase the time. Keep your goals small and you will see
the difference in a daily meditation practice.
|This 15-minute Sukha Sequence is designed to strengthen
the core muscles. it is important that you work with a teacher
in class or privately before you practice any audio or video
class. listen to your body and breath and take rest when needed.
it's best to work moderately with consistency and proper alignment.
set an intention for this practice- a focus, inspiration or
FOR LOWER BACK RELEASE
|This is a gentle stretching sequence focusing on releasing
tension in the low back. The hips are also opened to give
more mobility to the pelvis and assist in the low back release.
Always stretch to feel opening and sensation and NEVER strain
or pain. This sequence can be done on it's own or before any
other sequence. It's a wonderful sequence upon waking or before
bed. The breath should be smooth and steady and the mind completely
present with the breath and body. FEEL...
|The intention of this 7-minute guided meditation is to bring
relaxation and peace to your body and mind. This meditation
can be done like Savasana (a little restoration in the middle
of your day) or before bed to guide you into a sweet, restful
GENTLE SUN SALUTATION
|This sukha sequence is a gentle variation of
the sun salutation. It's a great early morning sun salute
as it offers knees chest chin and cobra and slowly wakes up
|The intention of the sukha water sequence is
to connect movement, breath and the feeling of fluidity. This
sequence can be practiced any time during the day and is particularly
effective if you are feeling stuck or tired.
FOR PEACEFUL SLEEP
|The intention of this asana practice is to calm
the mind and body in preparation for a peaceful sleep.