10 Step Mind Body Training
- Brand new content, mentors, events
- See & feel results in as few as 15 minutes
- Experts & Mentors in Health & Wellness
- Variable difficulty: Grow and progress
- Escape "Busy Brain" & "Monkey Mind"
- Free yourself from Stress & Anxiety
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Relaxing Rhythms 2
Continuing Mind Body Training for Health & Wellness
All new mentors, new biofeedack events, and more!
Continue the journey with Relaxing Rhythms 2. Nine brand new mentors bring their unique brand of teaching, and new biofeedback events ensure rapid integration.
Enjoy all new guided meditations and biofeedback events, while retaining the gorgeous imagery, immersive sound, and entertaining games to help you master what you learn.
What is required to use Relaxing Rhythms 2?
- Mac (OS X 10.7 or greater) or PC computer (Windows Vista or greater) - laptop or desktop
- Lightstone, IomPro, or IomPE biofeedback sensor
Books, dvd's, audio courses are created for one average, imaginary person. With the personalized, real time feedback of the Iom, a custom experience is created for YOU.
Experts & Mentors in Relaxing Rhythms 2
Jon Kabat-Zinn. Perhaps no other person has done more to bring mindfulness meditation into the contemporary landscape of America than Jon Kabat-Zinn. Through a number of research studies, and through Kabat-Zinn's pioneering work at the University of Massachusetts Medical School where he is founder of its world-renowned Stress Reduction Clinic.
He is also the bestselling author of Coming to Our Senses, and Wherever You Go, There You Are.
Thich Nhat Hanh is a Zen master in the Vietnamese tradition, scholar, poet, and peace activist who was nominated for the 1967 Nobel Peace Prize by Martin Luther King Jr. He is the founder of the Van Hanh Buddhist University in Saigon and has taught at Columbia University and the Sorbonne.
Thich Nhat Hanh has spent decades exploring the power of the present moment to nourish oneself and others. In the present moment alone, he teaches, can we let go of ideas that lead to suffering, rest and renew ourselves, and discover the many conditions of happiness that are already here before us.
Ani Pema Chödrön is a fully ordained bikshuni in the Chinese lineage of Buddhism. Born in New York City, she first studied with Lama Chime Rinpoche for several years and then with her root guru, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche from 1974 until his death in 1987. She served as the director of Karma Dzong until she moved in 1984 to Nova Scotia to be the director of Gampo Abbey.
Sudhir Jonathan Foust is president of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, the largest yoga center in North America. Sudhir has studied and practiced numerous approaches to meditation from both the yogic and Buddhist traditions. He is also a senior teacher at Kripalu Center, a mind-body therapist, a flautist, a teacher trainer, and leader of a variety seminars and retreats designed to help people cultivate a living relationship to spirit.
Gangaji shares a simple message: This is an invitation to shift your allegiance from the activities of your mind to the eternal presence of your being. She travels the world speaking to seekers from all walks of life. A teacher and author, she shares her direct experience of an essential message she received from Sri H.W.L. Poonja, her teacher in India, and offers it to all who want to discover a true and lasting fulfillment. Through her life and words, she powerfully articulates how it is really possible to discover the truth of who you are and be true to that discovery.
Sally Kempton is one of today’s most authentic spiritual teachers. She teaches devotional contemplative tantra—an approach to practice that creates a fusion of knowing and loving. Known for her ability to transmit inner experience through transformative practices and contemplation, Sally has been practicing and teaching for forty years. She is one of a select group of teachers in Ken Wilber’s Integral Spiritual Center, and teaches regularly at conferences, and at Kripalu and Esalen.
One of our new mentors is Adyashanti. In the 14 years that he studied Zen Buddhism, Adyashanti found that most seasoned meditators had used the practice as a means to a goal they never reached. Ultimately he realized that only when you let go of all techniques—even the concept of yourself as a meditator—will you open to the art of true meditation: dwelling in the natural state.
“We've been taught that awakening is difficult”, explains Adyashanti, “that to wake up from the illusion of separation takes years. But all it really takes is a willingness to look into the depths of your experience here and now.”