Welcome to Yoga DiVita's Complete Online Yoga Source!
This is where you will find all your yoga needs to create a steady hOMe practice. Your time is of the essence, so you will find 3-minute meditations and all yoga classes under 60 minutes. No more excuses, because your mental, physical, and emotional well-being should always come first. Dip into who you are every day and you will find clarity in your life. You will begin to make choices towards leading the life you have always dreamt to have.
Whether you are a seasoned yogi or brand new to the practice - I see you and got you! This is a place to shake it up! No one said change comes from staying still, so I invite you to try something different. This is the hOMe for many different styles of yoga. Awaken your life one breath, one movement at a time.
The FORUM is where we collaborate as an online community! This is an important tool. You begin to feel and see you are not alone. I have already begun a few threads. Check them out and share. I would love for you to begin a new thread - got a feeling, question, or crazy ah-ha moment you want share. This is where we connect and that is what yoga is all about!
Peace, Love, & Light!
Dawn Shanthi DiVita
Enjoy a 20-25 minute full practice including connecting, pranayama, meditation, and kundalini yoga that will allow you space to let go of the stress, worries, and doubts to let in the possibilities and opportunities. The meditation will offer you a supportive space to begin to ground in and feel "I am Divine; creative, sacred, and invincible". If you are feeling overwhelmed or fearful this is the perfect practice for you to lean into. It is suitable for all students.
Grab a pen and paper, light a candle, and have a seat on your mat or chair as we unfold what is ahead of us for the next 40 days! This is a time to set your intention for the next 40 days, so don't skip this important time for you to reflect and make a wish as you move forward into the spiritual ...
Savasana, a relaxation pose, is the final exercise. It is the opportunity to work the resistance of running away and allowing ourselves where we are. As we complete the physical part of class, I leave you with the opportunity to rest to digest where and how you are. If it ever becomes too much, l...
Moving the head on the neck to the left, right, up, and down is lubricating and strengthening for the muscles. It also opens and contracts the thyroid and parathyroid. I love pairing this with shrugging shoulders to drop the tension or weight of the world.
Practice tuning into the sensations of the effects of each exercise, breath, and meditation. How do the body, mind, and emotions respond? Then, stay still to just be with it. Often when we are uncomfortable, we may want to jump into something else to dismiss, ignore, or dilute whatever arises. Th...
Our engines need fuel to get going. You can eat, drink, breathe, and move to start up the engine. Kundalini yoga can be very cardiovascular! Like in today's class, you feel the blood circulating and the heart moving. You wake up to seeing and feeling more radiantly!
This process of letting go requires you to show up and answer the call of the heart.
1. Be still to listen to the body, mind, and heart's call.
2. Accept what you need. Change comes with a need, want, or desire.
3. Surrender and act by doing and/or saying what is needed to fully support yoursel...
The breath is one of our biggest teachers. When we tune in to the present moment our natural breath brings awareness to where and how we are. We can also direct the breath through pranayama to change that state for a specific purpose.
The Gratitude Breath moves us into the parasympathetic nervo...
Congratulations! You have made it to the halfway point of the sadhana. Hopefully, you are beginning to feel and experience a rhythm; it could be simply dropping in to connect, the bliss within the pauses, the exhilaration of the exercises, or the letting go during savasana.