Mind Medicine

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
4.918365
Average: 4.9 (49 votes)
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Duration:
25
:
05

Gift yourself the time to slow down and press pause for a few moments. Move methodically and steady your focus in this mind centered practice with Tracey, based in a meditation and movement.

Equipment: None
Style: Slow Flow, Vinyasa/Power Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety/Stress, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Runners, Yoga for Strength

Comments

barbkoch 3 months ago

Very restoring. Just enough movement and thank you, no yikky yakking. I'll come back to this one.

Dennette 3 months ago

What a wonderful class. Just what I needed. Tracey, you never disappoint.

SMZalokar 4 months ago

Another lovely class, Tracey. May all creatures be free and welcome ease. Happy Mother's Day. Namaste.

SABurgess 5 months ago

Just wanted I needed - calming and focused practice - beautifully delivered (as always) by Tracey - thank you!

celiakahle 7 months ago

I appreciated you saying use the body/breath as the focal point for the mind. I felt much more peaceful than i thought possible this morning. This video helped me find the rest and ease I was looking for.

Kristi Hemingway 9 months ago

Thank you Tracy. This was exactly what I needed and I always find your voice so soothing. I so appreciate you.

Jane Johnson 10 months ago

I'm a beginner looking for lessons that help me transitin to intermediate I and this was just right. I tend to find some of the intermediate classes I've tried have transitions between postures that are a little to fast for me to keep up, but this was just right. Thank you for sharing this class. It is much appreciated.

Elsa Avila 10 months ago

Tracey always has nice surprises in life. Thank you very much for sharing your passion

sng4ever 10 months ago

A different type of practice with Tracey. Her philosophy/teaching was still the same however this is more meditative and slow/gentle.
Great for any level. Definitely a great practice for someone who can't "sit and just meditate."