Need a few moments to slow down?
Feeling stressed and anxious? Please use the links below for guided audio meditation practice:
Feeling stressed and anxious? Please use the links below for guided audio meditation practice:
Mindful Breathing (10 minutes): Learn how to use your breath to stay in the present moment and induce relaxation. This is a great practice for overall stress reduction.
Description of the video:Hello. Today we're going to do a mindful breathing practice together. So if you can go ahead and just give yourself some time to get into your space. Allow yourself to get comfortable. We're gonna go ahead and give ourselves the space to disconnect from our day. And we're going to spend some time focusing on our breath. It is common and natural for our minds to start to wander during our mindful practice. Let's go ahead and acknowledge your thoughts. Allow yourself to bring yourself back to your breath. And so we'll go ahead now and start our practice. Take a nice deep inhale, breathing in, and then slowly exhale, releasing air out of her mouth and her nose. You may want to gently close your eyes as well during this practice if you like. And just paying attention, focusing on our breath, This may be the first time today that we notice that we're breathing. And go ahead and bring your hand, place it over your heart, noticing your heartbeat and noticing the rise and fall of your chest as you slowly breathe in and breathe out? Keeping your hand over heart. Just allowing ourselves to breathe nice deep inhale, nice long exhale. And don't forget to allow yourself to breathe out of your mouth on your exhale. Don't be shy that exhale. And now we're going to go ahead and bring our hand and place it on your belly. And now noticing the rise and fall of your belly, we're going to practice some deep belly breathing many times. We tend to be more shallow chest breathers, so we're really going to pay attention to our breath as we breathe then and we breathe out, focusing on movement in our stomach Practicing deep diaphragmatic breathing, noticing the rise and fall as you breathe in and breathe out. I almost want you to imagine your belly like a balloon and so on. You're inhale breath, allow your body to expand out the palm of your hand. And then when we actually go ahead and try rebellion. So visualise this as blowing air in a balloon and releasing air, alternating your breaths. Nice deep inhale, will breathe in together to the count of 3123 and exhale three to one for nice deep inhale 1234 and exhale 4321. Any thoughts that may be popping in your mind, just simply acknowledge thumb and imagine those thoughts floating away, like clouds in the sky, just drifting away as we pay attention and focus on our breath. And now you can go ahead and move your palm off in your belly and just bring your hands to a comfortable position on your lap table or to your side, paying attention to our breath. Nice deep inhale, slow breathing in and breathing out. Noticing how you feel, paying attention. Mindful breathing is all about awareness. Bringing awareness to our breath, noticing our bra, allowing things to slowdown, pay attention. Don't become discouraged. If your thoughts start to wander. Very natural, very common. Just bring yourself back to your breath. Noticing an inner silence. We don't allow ourselves much time to pay attention to our breath. Narrows that time. When you're ready, we're gonna go ahead and drag our arms to our side of our body and just allow your arms to actually hang on each side of your body. And we're going to take a nice deep inhale together. And on our in breath, we're gonna bring our arms up, up towards the sky. Bringing your hands together. Nice deep stretch. Notice you're tall, long spine. Then when you're ready, you will exhale. Bringing our arms down nice and slow. Nice deep inhale here together slowly release. When you open your eyes. Take your time as you come out of our mindful breathing practice and know that you can always bring yourself back to your breath during times of stress or a little break, or check in with yourself during your day. Congratulate yourself for taking the time to breathe and that'll conclude our mindful breathing session. Thank you.
Progressive muscle relaxation (20 minutes): Pairing breath work with muscle relaxation, you will be guided to tighten and relax your muscles throughout this practice. Good practice to use to help calm body and mind after a busy day.
Description of the video:Hello. Today we're going to go ahead and do a progressive muscle relaxation practice together. So if you can allow yourself to settle in your space, preferably sitting in a comfortable, relaxed position chair. I'm going to give yourself some time to breathe and disconnect. In this practice today, we are going to pair our breathing with some muscle exercises. You'll go through a series of techniques that will help focus on my breathing as well as how we feel in our body. And so with progressive muscle relaxation, we will deliberately tense different muscle groups. And then also to deliberately focus on, on tensing those muscle groups. A lot of times when we are stressed and anxious, we tend to tense up. And so this practice will allow us to become more aware of what our body feels like when we tense during times of stress or anxiety. And then to recognize how we feel when our body feels more loose and relaxed to our breathing. So just focusing on our breath first, go ahead and take a nice deep inhale, breathing in, and then gently allow yourself to exhale breathing gently. Close your eyes. Men, acknowledge any thoughts that might pop up. Just gently, recognizing those thoughts and then just slowly letting them drift away. Go ahead now and place your hand over your heart, noticing your heartbeats, noticing the rise and fall of your chest. And as you breathe in, breathe out and allowing yourself on your exhale to breathe out of your mouth and your nose, really noticing your breath. And we'll go ahead now and start our practice. And I want you to have both of your feet planted firmly into the ground. Notice the ground beneath you and go ahead and just wiggle your toes around. And now what I want you to do is I want you to go ahead and scrunch your toes inward. So you go ahead and curl your toes and for a few moments noticing some tension. And when you're ready, let's go ahead and just relax. Annalise, we're gonna go ahead and pair this movement with our brac. So on your inhale as you breathe, and I want you to go ahead and curl your toast, noticing some tension. And then on an exhale, we're going to release tension and air breathing out. And same thing again. Inhale nice and deep. Curl your toes in and exhale. Release, relax. I want you to go ahead and stay with this movement for a few moments on your own, breathing in and breathing out. And when you're ready now we're gonna go ahead and draw our awareness to our legs. So if you can go ahead now and extend both of your weeks out in front of you. Just comfortably extend those legs out in front. And what we're going to do now is we're just going to bring both of our lakes up just a couple inches off the floor. Do what's comfortable for you, causing no tension or pain. And you'll bringer lakes back down. Keep both of your Lakes touching each other. So your thighs and your calves should be touching each other during this movement. And we are going to pair it with our breath and so on. You're inhale. I want you to go ahead and just bring your legs up for a couple of moments holding those lakes together, you should feel some tension and on your exhale release, bringing your lakes back down. And we'll go ahead and inhale again, breathing in, bring those lakes up for a few moments. Notice how your body feels when it's tense and exhale. Bring those lakes down. Notice how your body feels when it's relaxed. Go ahead for a few moments with this movement on your own. Me always pair our breath inhale when we tense our muscle group. And on an exhale is when we release tension. All right. Go ahead now and your brain, your lakes and feedback to a comfortable position. And now we're going to direct our attention towards our upper thigh area. So you might want to sit up straight in your chair here. And I want you to go ahead now and squeeze your thighs together for a few moments, notice the tension, and then just release. And we're going to go ahead and pair this with our breath inhale here. Nice and deep. Squeeze those ties together and gently exhale, release tension and release error. And again, draw on your breath, breath in and exhale. Release, breathe out. Go ahead now and give yourself a few moments doing this. Practice this movement on your own, checking in with yourself. And when you're ready, go ahead and draw our attention to our belly core area. And it might be helpful for you to place the palm of your hand and now the center of your belly. Noticing the rise and fall on your stomach as you breathe in and breathe out and on your inhale. Now I want you to go ahead and bring your core. And so you're gonna flex those abdominal muscles as you breathe in. And then on your exhale you're going to release, allowing your belly to expand and fill the space between your palm. So again, honor inhale, we try our core, tighten those muscles and then exhale, release, breathing out and relaxing those muscles one more time. We'll go ahead and breathe in here together, drawing in your muscles, holding here for a few moments and when you're ready, your exhale and release. Okay. Let me go ahead now and green your palms down, your hands just allow them to relax comfortably to your side, maybe allowing for some movement here, something that feels natural to you. And keeping our arms hanging down to a side of our body. We want you to go ahead now and curl both of your hands into a fist. And as you curl your hand into a fist, you should notice some tension as you're squeezing. Go ahead and squeeze for a few moments and then gently release, pairing with our breath. Let's go ahead and do a nice deep inhale, breathing in. Go ahead and squeeze your palms together, feeling the tension, and then gently exhale, release, inhale again and breathe and squeeze those palms together at an exhale, release tension, breathing out. Go ahead, move your fingers around a little bit. And now we're going to go ahead and we're going to wrap our arms around our body like a nice big bear hug. And with this exercise, we're going to go ahead and honor inhale. We're going to give ourselves a nice tight squeeze. Exhale. Just release your grip. Keep your hands around your body, giving yourself that bear hug position. And then we'll inhale again, breathing in nice, tight squeeze. Give yourself a big hug and when you're ready, exhale. Release your grip. And one more time, we'll go ahead and inhale breed and nice and deep tight hug. Give yourself some love. And when you're ready, exhale, release. Then we can go ahead and bring our arms and hands back down to our comfortable position. And now we'll go ahead and focus our attention and our awareness to our back. So again, you might want to sit up nice and tall, straight spine. And what I want you to do here is I want you to Archer shoulders back. So you'll push your chest forward, Archer shoulders back, and draw your shoulder blades together, almost imagining the stance of a bird or an eagle. And so as you're squeezing your shoulder blades together, we'll inhale breathing in And then exhale, breathing out, relaxing, releasing tension. And again, nice deep inhale. Draw those shoulder blades together, just forward, shoulders, back and exhale, release breathing out and go ahead and just allow your back to relax. You know, I want you just to go ahead and drop your head in front your body. Just allow your head to allow the weight of your head just to fall. Giving yourself a few moments here in this space, not forgetting about our breath, checking in with your body, noticing how you feel, keeping your head down and YE, narratives to gently bring your neck and your head around will go clockwise. Burst, doing a nice slow neck role, bringing your hand around nice and slow. Starting new the rights, nice, gentle circle, and doing this movement here a couple times. And when you're ready, we'll go in the opposite direction. Same thing, but now going counterclockwise. Keeping your head down gently. Bring your head around, breathing in and breathing gently. Bring your head around nice and slow. We tend to carry a lot of tension, stress in our neck and shoulder area. So giving some time to pay attention to is when you're ready, nice and slowly bring our head up, trying it back to our central possession. Let's go ahead and take a nice deep inhale together. Agree then and slowly exhale. Breathe out, out of your mouth and your nose. And now drawing attention to our shoulders, I want you to go ahead and bring your shoulders up towards your ear, scrunching your shoulders up, and then just relax and bring those shoulders down. Now, pairing with our breath, same thing. We'll do. A nice deep inhale. And on your in-breath, I want you to go ahead brain know shoulders up, scrunching, know shoulders towards your ears and then exhale, relax, release, breathing out and one more time. Nice deep inhale. Breathe. Then bring those shoulders up towards your ears and exhale. Release. Giving yourself now a few moments to be with your breath. Checking in and noticing how you feel could be good to bring awareness to checking in and how we feel prior to starting a mindful practice and then observing how we feel towards the end. No expectations. Choose bringing more conscious awareness and observance to yourself. And we'll go ahead again, do a nice deep breath together, nice steep. And then when you're ready, exhale operating. That'll conclude our progressive muscle relaxation practice. Thank you for joining.
Body Scan (10 minutes): Allow yourself the next 10 minutes to slow down and engage in this body scan. This practice is helpful for bringing more awareness and attention.
Description of the video:Hello. Today we are going to go ahead and do a full body scan together. So if you can just go ahead and give yourself a few moments to settle in your space. Can gently close your eyes. Going to take the next ten minutes to give ourselves some time too, check in with our mind and our body as we go through a series of breathing exercises, as well as scanning her body and noticing and becoming more aware. And go ahead now and take a nice deep breath. Breathing in and exhaling. Breathing out, breathing out of your mouth and your nose, paying attention to your breath, allowing yourself the space to be present and mindfully aware. I'm gonna go ahead and invite you to place your hand over your heart, noticing the rise and fall of your chest as you gently breathe in and breathe out, noticing your heartbeat. And this may be the first time today where we're consciously aware of our breath, paying attention to it. Now, go ahead and bring your palm of your hand down to the middle of your belly. And I now want you to direct your attention to your breathing as you're breathing in and out, noticing the rise and fall of your belly? Nice deep inhale, long exhale, not forgetting to breathe out of her mouth and her nose, and giving yourself the space to slow down, check in with yourself. And I want you now to go ahead and then just drop your head in front of your body. Just allow your head did naturally hanging drop your head? Noticing the weights, Gatsby holder head here when taking a nice deep inhale, breathing in and exhaling breathing, we'll go ahead and continue our body scan, keeping our hadn't this position paying attention to your neck and your shoulders, common source of tension. What do you notice? Scan this area, keep breathing, and then you're going to just gently bring your shoulders up towards your ears and then release and bring them down. Same thing again. Go ahead. Bring your shoulders up towards your ears and then gently release and bring your shoulders down. Now I want you to go ahead and just gently bring your head up nice and slow. Continuing to breathe gently, bring your hat up back to your center position. Keep wringing your head up. No, tilting your head back. Tilt your head. Da Chen pointed towards the sky and a nice deep inhale here. And exhale and go ahead and slowly bring your head back down, back to its center position. And now I want you to allow your arms to Henning and drop naturally to your sides. It'll just allow both of your arms to just naturally hang down to each side of your body and allow for a little movement. Doing what feels comfortable and natural for you, and just noticing how does it feel, keeping our arms naturally hanging to the side. And then when you're ready, go ahead and I want you to bring your arms back towards your back in-class, bigger palms together, so your hands are together, arms or behind your back, arch your chest forward, shoulders, back. Nice deep inhale here. Breathe in and gently readouts. And when you're ready, we'll go ahead and bring our arms back down at night and keep your arms and the position that's comfortable for you. And now continuing with our body scan, we're gonna draw our attention to the lower half of our body. And I want you to go ahead and extend your legs out. And again, the same thing as we did with our arms. Just allow for some natural movements. Go ahead and stretch your legs. Notice how the lower half of your body feels. And then go ahead and point your toes down towards the ground, noticing a stretch, doing this for a few moments, bringing your toes pointed towards the ground and then bringing them back up. Don't forget to breathe. Very easy for us to lose track of our breath. Go ahead and bring your attention back to your breath. And then you can go ahead now and place the soles of your feet firmly into the ground. I'm congratulating yourself for taking some time today to be with your breath, be with your body and allowing yourself one nice deep inhale. Again, breathing in and gently exhaling, breathing out. That'll conclude or ten minute body scan. Thank you.
Visual Imagery - Beach (15 minutes): Take the time to pair your breath, mind, and senses as you go through this visual imagery exercise. You will be guided through visual imagery of a warm sunny beach. This practice is good to use when you need a break or want some moments of tranquility and peace.
Description of the video:Hello. Today we're going to go ahead and do a visual imagery practice together. This practice today we are going to imagine a warm, sunny beach. Before we get started with our practice, puke and go ahead and allow yourself to settle in your space. Give yourself PM moments to close your eyes, take a few breaths, get yourself some time to shut off any external noise, thoughts that might be wandering through our minds during this practice. If you find yourself becoming distracted with thoughts or your mind wandering away, just go ahead and bring yourself back to your breath, using your breath as a guide and incur to help center yourself. Go ahead now and inhale together. Nice and deep. Nice deep inhale, breathing in and gently exhale, allowing yourself to breathe now and on your exhale, making sure to breathe out of your mouth and your nose and go ahead and inhale again. Breathing in. Nice deep inhale. When you're ready, exhale. Greeting. Like you allow yourself now to gently close your eyes, still paying attention to your breath. It might be helpful for you to place your hand on your belly, maybe even over your heart too, so that we can be aware and notice our breath, notice the rise of ball verbally as we breathe in and breathe out and keeping our eyes gently closed, we want you to visualize yourself standing in a secluded beach. Then you're looking around. What do we see? What do we notice as your casing around the beach? Nyos, soft, warm sand Palm trees slowly blowing in a calm wind, noticing some birds flying through the sunny sky, then noticing the bright blue, tranquil water ahead of you. They want you to visualize yourself slowly walking on the beach. You're walking closer towards the wire model, we hear, what sounds do we notice to hear the waves moving slowly? Noticing birds chirping as they fly through the trees than hearing the leaves gently moving through the soccer. When giving yourself a few moments just to take it all in, allowing yourself a few moments to breathe in, breathe out as you're taking in the sights of the com, pursuing beach. Taking in a nice sounds as you listen and are aware of your surroundings. And taking a nice deep breathing in and gently exhaling, releasing air. And now noticing what we feel as you're standing there in the warm sand, moving your feet around and noticing how soft the sand feels beneath your feet in between your toes. Noticing Gentle breeze across your skin. You're going to go ahead and walk a little bit closer towards the water, noticing little bit of coolness coming off the ocean waves and list then that light breeze gently continue walking towards the water. Now you notice that the sand is becoming harder beneath your feet. Cooler Burma. Now you're feeling the cool water on your toes and on your feet and ankles as the waves gently brush upon ashore, then you stand there and the water again, looking around, what do you see? What do you notice? Enjoying the coolness of the water as it's a hot, sunny day on the beach. Then you're going to allow yourself to continue walking into the water, enjoying the calm stillness as you look around, noticing the sunshine radiating to the ocean. And then looking up and facing towards the shore again, you're going to go ahead and gently walk out of the water, then back onto the sand. And then you notice a chair right there on the beach, the nice big fluffy beach, tau. Then you go ahead and walk towards that chair, feeling the warmth of the sun on your skin. Then you go ahead and sit down on that chair, pulling the beach towel ago new, sinking your feed into the sand and gently closing your eyes, relaxing and taking a nice deep breathing in and slowly exhaling. Noticing the sand sticking to your feet as you're drawing off the warm sun, turning off your body from the water, feeling that soft warm breeze, gently moving back and forth. Just allowing yourself to be here in this space, allowing yourself to be here in this moment, just sitting in silence, the main gently open your eyes and again, taking in your surroundings, feeling calm and at peace, noticing how you feel, bringing awareness to your breath, then remembering. Now we can use our senses to de-stress space. And then when you're ready, you can go ahead and gently open your eyes yourself back out of their visual meditation. And remembering that you can utilize visual imagery to help restore and bring back a sense of calm. Now, conclude our visual imagery practice today. Thank you for June
Loving Kindness & Self-Compassion Meditation (15 minutes): This meditation encourages us to look inward and provide ourselves with deeper kindness and self-compassion. Use this practice to provide yourself some self-care.
Description of the video:Hello. Today we're going to go ahead and do a loving kindness and self-compassion practice. So I would encourage you to go ahead and settle in your space. Allow yourself to get comfortable. Maybe you want to gently close your eyes. And our practice today is going to allow ourselves to examine our thoughts and our feelings to extend loving kindness and compassion to ourselves and also to others. And if you can just gently bring yourself into your space and allow yourself to take a nice deep inhale, breathing in, and gently exhale, breathing out, allowing the ten minutes that we have in today's practice, giving yourself the time to focus on you and your needs. Go ahead and ask yourself, what do I need more of? How can I practice greater kindness and compassion to myself? Paying attention to your breath as you gently breathe in and breathe out, go ahead and place your hand over your heart. Notice senior heartbeat, and noticing the rise and fall as you breathe in and breathe out. And asking yourself the question, what have I been denying myself? What can I do? Feel more whole and more fulfilled. Is there anything that you would like to change? Anything that you would like to add more of. In your life, keeping your hand over your heart, continuing to notice the rise and fall of your chest as you breathe in and breathe out. I want you to now visualize what loving-kindness looks like to you. Don't want you to visualize yourself being kind and loving towards yourself. What does that look like? Now I want you to visualize yourself being loving and kind towards someone in your life. What does that look like? Was it easier for you to visualize extending loving kindness to somebody in your life versus towards yourself. Many times for people, they find it easier to visualize loving kindness towards other people than themselves too. I want you to allow your mind and your thoughts to really open up to what that loving kindness for you would be. Maybe identifying one specific thing that you can do or incorporate into your life that extends loving-kindness, that could be a behavior or it can be an action, or could even be allowing more positive thoughts and compassion towards ourselves, really allowing yourself. To be available to loving kindness and compassion, recognizing that it can be a need, an additional layer of self-care, and then just allowing yourself to envision again what that will look like for you and telling yourself, I am deserving of loving kindness, I am deserving of happiness. To go ahead and spend a few moments saying those two mantras out loud. Or maybe you don't want to just say them in your mind. That's fine too. I am deserving of love and kindness. I am deserving of happiness. Now I want you to visualize maybe a potential challenge or barrier get in the way of the two mantras that you just said out loud. What could be a potential challenge or barrier that would get in the way for me. You extending love and kindness towards yourself and believing that you are deserving of happiness wants you to go ahead and visualize what that maybe that could get in the way. And once you have that barrier, that challenge alive in your mind, they now want you to imagine yourself placing that barrier or challenge into a box and visualize yourself wrapping that box up nice and tight. And then go ahead and placing that by accident, really high shelf in a closet and walking away. Walking away from that box, walking away from that channel and injure that barrier, closing the door to the closets, and now allowing yourself to be open to any change that you may want to see in your life, allowing yourself to be available to that change. What does that look like? And then just gently sitting with that thought, envisioning what that would look like and taking a nice deep inhale, breathing in and gently exhaling, releasing, breathing out. And then no allowing your arms to drop to your side and taking a nice deep inhale. And as we inhale here together, I want you to go ahead and bring your arms up towards the sky. Nice deep inhale, stretching, reaching tall and straight towards the sky. Long spine and relax, release, exhale, and just bring your arms slowly down to your side. Just being, being here in the moment, being here in this space, giving yourself a few moments of silence. We want you to go ahead and keep your eyes closed, so paying attention to your breath and just enjoying, giving yourself a few moments of silence and peace. And I want to thank you for taking the time in your day to focus on your breath and using this loving kindness practice. Not all Hu Kou, our meditation. Thank you again.
478 Breathing Method:
Use this efficient and simple method (Developed by Dr. Andrew Weil) during times of stress and anxiety. Also known as the "relaxing breath".
Description of the video:Hello. Today we are going to try a practice called the 4, 7, 8 breathing method. This is a breathing technique that was created by Dr. Andrew Weil. And this is a really good technique to use in times of high stress. Or maybe you need a few moments or relaxation, or maybe you're feeling anxious. Many times people have used this technique, maybe in the midst of experiencing a panic attack. So we are going to try this together, the 478 breathing method. And the great thing about this technique is that it is really easy to remember and it's also quick and accessible to use. So what we do with this practice is we inhale to the count of four. So we're going to breath in 1, 2, 3, 4 and then pause 67 and exhale eight. We're going to breathe in to the count. And then we pause and hold our breath for the counts of 567. And then we exhale breathing out of our mouth and her nose on the counter. And may also help you to place your hand over your belly during this practice. So I would recommend that you gently place the palm of your hand in the center of your belly and that way as you are breathing in, you can notice the rise and fall of your belly and shift on focusing the location of your breath with the deep belly breathing. So let's go ahead and try this again. Let's inhale together, breathing in 1, 2, 3, 4, pause 6, 7, and exhale. Breathing and again, 123456, seven and exhale. You don't want to give you a few moments now to try this on your own. Knowing yourself the pace that you feel comfortable at. Let's go ahead and do it to do this practice handful of times maybe 456 times to reap the full benefits. Um, and I encourage you to utilize this easy and accessible practice. During times of stress, anxiety, and maybe even managing conflict. This is a great technique to allow ourselves some breathing space. Thank you and take care.
Guided Imagery for Sleep: Floating on a Cloud (10 Min):
Engage in this guided meditation of floating on a cloud to slow down your mind and body and prepare yourself for a peaceful and restful night's sleep.
Description of the video:Hello, thank you for joining this meditation. This meditation is a visual exercise and it's guided imagery for sleep floating on a cloud. We are going to engage in this meditation of floating on a cloud to help slow down our mind and our body. And this is also a great meditation to use to help prepare yourself for a peaceful and restful nights sleep. So we can just go ahead and get ourselves and our space. Preferably lying down for this meditation. And gently close your eyes. And then go ahead and take a nice deep inhale, breathe in and exhale. Breathe out. And inhale again. Breath in. And exhale. Breathe out. Go ahead and place the palm of your hand and the center of your belly. And then again, taking a nice deep breath, hold your breath for a few seconds. And then let's slowly exhale. As you breathe. Notice your stomach rising. Then your lungs filling with air sink into your space. Throughout this practice, we can pay conscious awareness to our muscles becoming less tense or heart rate slowing down in our breathing, deepening. Continuing to keep the palm of your hand, the center of your belly. Nice deep inhale. Allow your body to expand. And then exhale. Draw your belly back in. Breathe in, and breathe out. As you exhale on the edge and the tension in your body being released and flowing away. As we go through each step of the visualization, remember to keep breathing in and breathe out, exhale. Feel your body releasing all the tension. Becoming relaxed, calm, and peaceful. Feel the weight of your body and the lumpiness of your arms and legs. Breathe in and breathe out. Now imagine yourself floating on a soft, fluffy white cloud. Imagine that this cloud is lifting you from where you are sitting and it is gently holding you in the air. You begin to feel lighter. As you sink into the softness of the cloud. You lie there a moment and begin to notice how comfortable you are becoming. As your body relaxes into the Cloud. Your attention away. Nice deep breath. Breathe in and exhale. Breathe out. As you flow into the clear blue sky. You notice the warmth of the sun and the coolness of the grease. Notice where your body is touching the Cloud. Notice how soft it feels. Almost like you're floating on air. The Cloud is swaying gently in the air. Like a boat, unsmooth water. As you float through the sky, you feel safe, relaxed, and calm. Nice deep inhale, breath in and exhale Breathing out of our mouth and our nose. Now you begin to let yourself breast the soft support of the Cloud. And as you look around, you notice other clouds in the sky. These clouds are illuminated by the sun as they float gently pass you. Take a moment to enjoy this beautiful site. Notice what you see. As you float higher and higher. You take a nice big breath of fresh air. Inhale and exhale. Feeling relaxed. You notice how peaceful the sky is, how calm and how quiet the sky appears. Now. When you're ready, we're going to allow your Cloud to begin. Slow and gentle to sent back to the ground. And as you're lining there, I want you to visualize your Cloud just softly drifting towards the ground. And you notice how calm and relaxed you feel. As you are getting closer and closer to the ground. The Cloud gently places you on a soft surface of grass. And nice deep inhale here. And exhale. Breathe out. Very slowly. Go ahead and gently open your eyes. Allow for some light stretching. Maybe raise your arms above over your head. Nice long spine, nice long stretch. Wiggle your toes. And we're going to go ahead and do one more deep inhale together, breathing in and exhale. Breathe out. Thank you for joining and be well.