Where To Start?

Want to know where to start? Well, you could just follow your heart – scroll through the full library of classes and pick one that seems interesting to you.

Need a little more guidance?

Don’t start at #1.  You’ll be better served to do the most recent class — as my classes take into consideration the time of year, the weather, and the general energy of the world.

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Unrolling your mat for the first time in a while? Try Come Back To Your Mat … A 60-minute practice, broken into Level 1 and Level 2 segments, crafted just for starting — or restarting — your practice. Here.

If you’re new to my classes or need a quick refresher, check out this “cheat sheet” of common Peaceful Hands poses and their names.

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Flowing Yoga For Immunity & The Lymph System is here.


Ask An Ether Studio Member

Ether Studio members recommend some of their favorite “go-to” classes:


360 in 60 is here.

Warm & Wake’y is here.

Morning Glory is here.

Sleepytime Yoga is here.

Back’a’Licious is here.

(Be sure to check back for more favorites! And, if you have a special class you’d like to include, email me at jackie@peacefulhands.com.) 

Short On Time?

Nearly all of the longer classes are broken into separate audios. So, if a longer class appeals to you, but you only have a few minutes … try doing just one part of the class (but be sure to do a quick warm-up first if you choose to dive right into the middle).  

Try A Popular Class

Lots of Ether Studio members come back, time and again, to their favorites. These are some of the most popular classes in the library:

Back’a’Licious – 66 minutes in 4 audios. Here.

A Bit Of Balance – 48 minutes in 2 audios. Here.

The Quickies – Five stand-alone practices. 12 minutes each. Here.

Ready, Steady Strong – 67 minutes in 3 audios. Here.

A Letting Go Practice – 68 minutes in 3 audios. Here.

Heart … Shoulders … Hands Parts 1 & 2 – Part 1: 55-minute practice. Here.  Part 2: Studio-length practice. Here.

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.


Need Something Quick And Perky To Start Your Day?

Morning Glory! – A 34-minute practice. Here. 

A Sunny Practice – A 30-minute practice. Here.

Rainy Day Quickie – A 17-minute practice. Here.


Back And Hips Need Love?

Back’a’Licious – 66 minutes in 4 audios. Here.

Bladder Meridian & Back: The Long & Winding Road – 77 minutes in 4 stand-alone audios. Here.

Low Back Quickie – 15 minutes. Here.

One For Your Two Feet – 66 minutes in 3 audios. Here.

Hips, Part 1: In 30 — 30 minutes. Here.

Hips, Part 2: Opening The Pickle Jar — 55 minutes in 3 audios. Here.

Hips, Part 3: Pigeon, Four Ways — 77 minutes in 3 stand-alone audios. Here.


Shoulders And Neck Need Love?

Heart … Shoulders … Hands Parts 1 – 55-minute practice. Here.

Heart … Shoulders … Hands, Part 2 – Studio-length practice. Here.

Head To Toes – Two “mini” sessions (approx 20-minutes each). Here.


Wind Down With A Peaceful, Gentle Practice.

Sleepytime Yoga – 74 minutes in 6 stand-alone audios. Here.

Sav-ahhhhh-sana – A 20-minute full relaxation. Here.

Head To Toes – Two “mini” sessions (approx 20-minutes each). Here.

Yoga For Troubled & Anxious Times — 57 minutes in 2 audios. Here.

OM So Hum … “I Am That” — 44 minutes sync’ed to the music of chant. Here.


The longer classes are broken into sections, so, once you’re familiar with a few classes, you can mix-and-match your favorite parts and create a unique class that’s perfect for you!

Need more guidance? Tell me what you’re looking for and I’ll recommend a practice for you. And, if I don’t have it in the Library, I just might do a new class based on your request! Email me: jackie@peacefulhands.com

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.

Always consult your doctor before beginning this or any new exercise practice. Not all exercise is suitable for everyone and any exercise practice could result in injury. The content of this website is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.