Yes, we’re still home but we’re still moving. On that note, I wanted to say thank each and every one of you for watching and listening to my YouTube videos. I hope the new audio flow I shared a few weeks ago provided comfort, mindfulness and ease during the time you’re at home.
In this week’s post, I wanted to highlight yet another new audio yoga flow to help you stay grounded. This is a Vinyasa-inspired Grounding Flow complete with mindful meditation throughout the practice. This is an audio-only yoga flow, so feel free to close your eyes during the practice at home and cultivate mindfulness of mind-body awareness through my verbal cues.
This is great practice for me because I can visualize teaching without being able to practice or demonstrate poses right now while I recover. And, this is a great way for you to experience a new yet familiar way to practice yoga with me in the comforts of your own home!
Now, before I share the new video, I wanted to share something we could do to help our local hospitals and healthcare professionals. Some of you have emailed me asking how you can make a donation to me, and I really appreciate those notes of gratitude. But, I want to help our community more during this time. So if you would like to:
- Express your gratitude for these audio and video yoga flows and meditations OR
- Help our local healthcare professionals,
please consider donating to Emanate Health Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Emanate Health includes the network of Queen of the Valley Hospital, Inter-Community Hospital, and Foothill Presbyterian Hospital in our local Covina and Glendora area. They have created a COVID-19 Relief Fund to help give their physicians and nurses the tools that they need to help keep our community safe and slow the spread of the virus:
- N95 Masks
- Procedure (or Surgical) Masks
- Isolation Gowns
- Face Shields
- Shoe Covers
So please help me help them by donating towards Emanate Health Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, and I will continue to create these audio yoga flows and meditations for our community. When I am fully recovered, I will slowly transition to video yoga flows, where I can illustrate visual cues. Until then…
Stay Home, Keep Flowing, and Donate On!