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Season 1 - Episode 5

Moving From Center

30 min - Practice


Notice the evidence of your aliveness. Julian guides us in a stability sequence of centering core work and standing postures before finding our comfortable seat for a brief peace and forgiveness meditation. You will feel stable and centered.

Click here to listen to the playlist Julian created to go along with this practice, then come back here start the above video at the same time to enjoy the full synchronized experience!
What You'll Need: Mat, Block

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Feeling untangled after this calm start to the day. Thank you peaceful Julian.
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Simon that makes me really happy! thanks for telling me, i am glad it was useful.
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Great practice. Again I loved the meditation. Thank you
Sam great! see you in the next class ;)
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This was such a thoughtful practice. Really feeling anatomically, emotionally, and spiritually aligned and engaged. Thank you Julian x
love to hear that! thanks Jenna
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The comments made thus far express so well what this practice is about. Thank you Julian for bringing this balanced practice that brings me into the moment and into body awareness. I appreciate the Shamanic breath which is new to me and also that this practice is accessible and joyful.
glad to hear those details rachel —thanks, it means a lot! see you on the next episode...Rachel
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Hi Julian, I took your advice and joined this practice today. So wonderful for my low back, and the standing postures were lovely. I couldn't do warrior 3 without putting my hands on the ground (no arches, no balance)
Love the sequence of all the poses, and the beautiful meditation. I will bring all of this loving peacefulness into my day. Grateful for your teaching.
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Joan so delighted.... yes, modify as needed, leave things out as needed. YOU are the one who discovers what is good medicine for YOU..... glad my suggestion was beneficial! the complementary relationship between core stability and healthy range of motion (flexibility) is for many folks a key to sustainable low back functionality and relief.
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