Welcome the Moment

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Welcome the Moment

Meditation/Focus

PLAY WITH - movement meditation, guided meditation 

EXPLORE - ways of being alert to relaxation 

AWAKEN - unshakeable positivity and acceptance to life beyond this practice 


Give yourself permission to welcome and kindly accept what arises within you in meditation - this a healthy approach for people who are engaged in life!  Meditation is healing when you allow yourself to consciously rest, and welcome any thoughts and feelings that come up.  You're processing life from a place of restfulness and compassion for yourself.  This is how to release stress from your body and mind, and to create a life outside of meditation that is full of vitality. The key is to keep flowing back to what feels restful, and allow that to heal what comes up in your meditation practice.  Welcome every moment and feel refreshed renewed, ready for your life!

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Rod Galbraith

Rod Galbraith is co-founder of InYoga, created to provide premium yoga education, dedicated to translating the wisdom of yoga and meditation in an accessible format for modern people.

As a yoga meditation teacher and educator, Rod has developed a holistic process for guiding instinctive meditation that acknowledges the interrelated nature of wellbeing and wisdom of the body/mind, by honouring the coherence of the physical body, nervous system, thoughts, emotions and sense of self.

Rod has devoted himself to studying the subtle arts of yoga, and sharing this empowering knowledge with others. Rod is an authorised teacher with global innovators in meditation Lorin Roche PhD and Camille Maurine, and dedicated student of global movement alchemist and yogini Shiva Rea. Rod weaves knowledge of the science of yoga with experience from his own dedicated personal practice, artfully sharing this knowledge through classes, workshops, yoga teacher trainings and as a contributing writer to Yoga Journal Australia.

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