3 Gratitude Practices for Thanksgiving Week

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Celebrate by cultivating gratitude from within. Here are some practices to help you embody what it means to give thanks.

Flowing with Gratitude with Robert Sidoti

Increase your strength, focus, and humility. Robert guides us in a rhythmic and dynamic vinyasa flow sequence of Surya Namaskars (Sun Salutations) and standing and balancing postures, peaking with Bakasana (Crow Pose). We find stability and honesty in the legs, hamstrings, and hips.

Gratitude Meditation with Sarah Beston

Gratitude can help reduce symptoms of depression and stress, improve sleep, and enhance empathy and self-esteem. Join Sarah for this gratitude meditation and receive the benefits of this short, but powerful practice.

Abiding in Gratitude with Kristin Leal

Kristin guides us in a Yoga Nidra practice to focus on gratitude as a way to create new pathways of behavior in the brain. You will feel centered and illuminated.

Share what you are grateful for this season in the comments.


About the Author

Sarah Beston

Sarah is a yoga teacher and writer based in Los Angeles, California. You can practice with her on Yoga Anytime in The Heart's Delight, 30-Minute Yoga Flows, and The Vinyasa Show.


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Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow. - Melody Beattie.

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