Peaceful Hands Yoga At Home Audio Archive

Your “Ether Studio” password will open any of these practices. Passwords are generated monthly. If you run into a snag or need more info, email me at jackie@peacefulhands.com

Be sure to bookmark this page, so you can get to it easily when you’re ready to unroll your mat.

Need suggestions on where to start … and why you shouldn’t start at #1? You’ll find some guidance, including a list of the most popular classes, here. 

The Peaceful Hands Ether Studio Library of Classes

#1 — 3/17/2020. A short, simple written/illustrated practice. No audio. (Note: The drop-down box at the upper-left of the instruction guide allows either “Grid” or “List” viewing. Click “List.”)  Here.

#2 — 3/22/2020. “Immune Support.” Written/illustrated with some audio instruction. Here.

#3 — 3/27/2020. “Prayer Twisting.” Studio-length class, written/illustrated with full audio instruction. Here.

#4 — 4/1/2020. “Back’A’Licious.” Studio-length class, written/illustrated with full audio instruction. Here.

#5 — 4/3/2020. “When You Don’t Know What To Do, Do This.” Quick 3-part Kundalini-inspired class with full audio instruction. Here.

#6 — 4/8/2020. “The Odd Warriors.” Studio-length class, written/illustrated with full audio instruction. Here.

#7 — 4/14/2020. “The Even Warriors.” Studio-length class, written/illustrated with full audio instruction. Here.

#8 — 4/21/2020. “Listen Close! An Earth’y Practice.” Studio-length class, written/illustrated with full audio instruction. Here.

#9, #10, #11, #12, & #13 — 4/27/2020. “The Quickies.” Five short stand-alone practices for busy days: Cat Quickie, Hamstring Quickie, Standing Quickie, Sitting Quickie, and Gratitude Meditation. 12 minutes each. Full audio instruction. Here.

#14 — 5/6/2020. “One For Your Two Feet.” Studio-length class with full audio instruction. Here.

#15 — 5/13/2020. “A Sunny Practice.” A 30-minute practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#16 — 5/20/2020. “The Energetic You.” Studio-length practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#17 — 5/28/2020. “Good Digestion!” A 42-minute practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#18 — 6/8/2020. “A Letting Go Practice.” Studio-length practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#19 — 6/16/2020. “Heart … Shoulders … Hands.” A 55-minute practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#20 — 6/24/2020. “Heart … Shoulders … Hands, Part 2.” Studio-length practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#21 — 7/1/2020. “Sleepytime Yoga.” Studio-length practice with full audio instruction. Here

#22 — 7/8/2020. Morning Glory! A perky 44-minute practice with full audio instruction. Here. 

#23 — 7/15/2020. One For Your Bones. A 56-minute practice with full audio and a written/illustrated “cheat sheet.” Here.

#24 — 7/22/2020. Come Back To Your Mat. A 60-minute practice, broken into Level 1 and Level 2 segments, with full audio instruction. Here.

#25 — 8/3/2020. Rainy Day Quickie. A perky 17-minute practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#26 — 8/9/2020. Low Back Quickie. Three poses in just 15 minutes to give your low back some Yoga love. Here.

#27 — 8/11/2020. Bladder Meridian & Back ~ The Long & Winding Road. A studio-length practice with full audio instruction. Here.

#28 — 8/20/2020. Sav-ahhhhh-sana. A 20-minute full relaxation for those days when that’s just what you need. Here.

#29 — 8/28/2020. Flowing This’n’That Practice. A full studio-length class (broken into three stand-alone audios) with a focus on the breath and flow. Here.

#30 & #31 — 9/4/2020. Head To Toes. Two “mini” sessions (approx 20-minutes each) focusing on attention, touch, and massage. Here.

#32 —  9/10/2020. Ready, Steady Strong. A studio-length session in three parts, including mudras. Here

#33, #34, #35, #36, #37 & #38 — 9/17/2020. Ready, Steady Strong, Part 2: The Quickies. Five strong individual quickie sequences (approx 6 to 7 minutes each). Plus, a 16-minute meditation to cultivate Inner Strength. Here. 

#39 — 9/24/2020. 360 In 60. A 67-minute practice, in three parts, that will take you around your mat. Here

#40 — 10/1/2020. Hips, Part 1: Hips In 30. A 30-minute practice — plus a 9-minute bonus — to awaken the hips and reconnect them to their next-door neighbors: the legs. Here.

#41 — 10/8/2020. Hips, Part 2: Opening The Pickle Jar. A 55-minute practice in three audios. Includes positional release techniques for the hips and the ocean savasana. Here.

#42 — 10/14/2020. Hips, Part 3: Pigeon, Four Ways. Studio-length practice, in three audios, that will move you through four very different versions of pigeon pose. Here.

#43 — 10/23/2020. Simple Grounding Warrior. A 38-minute practice on one audio that builds around a classic Warrior 2 pose. Here

#44 — 11/2/2020. Yoga For Troubled & Anxious Times. A slow, gentle, and calming 57-minute practice in 2 audios. Here.

#45 — 11/16/2020. OM So Hum … “I Am That”. A slow, flowing 44-minute practice that is sync’ed with music of the Om So Hum chant. Here.

#46 — 12/4/2020. Warm & Wake’y. A Level 2-ish practice, with plenty of wiggle room for a Level 1 practitioner. 48 minutes in three stand-alone practices. Includes some Kundalini-inspired movement and a plank quickie. Here

#47– 12/17/2020. Turning Inward. A 70-minute practice, in three audios, that gives space for turning inward. Includes two Kundalini kriyas for the back, spine, and shoulders. Here

#48 — 12/29/2020. A Bit O’ Balance. A 48-minute practice, in two stand-alone audios, that focuses on three classic balance poses — Eagle, Sitting Pigeon, and Balancing Cat. Plus, the relaxing Jade Pillow. Here

#49 — 1/10/2021. Pause For The Breath. A 32-minute gentle, simple practice focused on expanding the breath by opening the lungs and rib cage. Includes a separate 7-minute stand-alone pranayama audio. Here.

… more to come … 

These are private Yoga practices intended for a select audience who received this link directly from Peaceful Hands Yoga. These are not public or “free” practices.

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