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Hey y'all!

I'm Miranda. Welcome to Namaste in Nature where we craft custom yoga + hiking experiences near Asheville, NC and create fresh content about nature, yoga, meditation & mindfulness every Friday.

Earth Element Yoga Flow Video

Earth Element Yoga Flow Video

I hope y’all are enjoying a happy & healthy new year so far!

I’m so excited to share my FREE Nature Elements Yoga Video Series with you (my email list) first! Each Friday in January, I’m releasing a new video for each element: Earth, Water, Fire and Air.

Now you can do yoga with me wherever and whenever you want!

This gentle, 25-minute Earth Element Yoga Flow is great for beginners and yogis wanting to connect with the Earth element. We’ll flow through about 20 minutes of poses (asanas) followed by a short yoga nidra relaxation.  

Earth represents the solid state of matter. This practice will focus on rooting down and grounding yourself. Grounding is great for anxiety and calming or cooling the body and mind.

Earth is also associated with the first chakra: Muladhara or the Root Chakra. It is located in the base of the spine in the tailbone area. You can enhance the experience by focusing your breath and energy on this area during your practice.

99% of the human body is made up of Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen, Calcium and Phosphorus; some of the most common elements that make up Earth.

I include a little challenge to continue your yoga practice off the mat so stay tuned til the end for that!

The Full Four Video Series:

Earth Element: https://youtu.be/KYoDMDiw5Gw

Water Element: https://youtu.be/fcJwXMIROG8

Fire Element: https://youtu.be/zkhcP0j0cKY

Air Element: https://youtu.be/Hz4wOBkpIR0

I sincerely hope you enjoy these free videos and hope to have you join us in person for a yoga hike in Asheville, NC!

Namaste & Have A Great Day!

-Miranda

Water Element Yoga Flow Video

Water Element Yoga Flow Video

How to Start Doing Yoga: Tips for Beginners

How to Start Doing Yoga: Tips for Beginners

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