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Guided Meditation. Spinal Activation

Spinal Activation Meditation

Meditation has long been practicedΒ in numerous religious traditions, often as part of the path towards enlightenment and self-realisation. Β 

Immunity, anxiety relief, and coping with stress are the focus of meditation this week. You will be guided through the meditation and activate your spine.


  1. I’ve always scared to do meditation, I’ve tried few times only last for 4-6mins and I’ve burst in tears …. hope I can join physically there to learn more πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

    My downward facing dog with one leg up, I still open the hip of the leg up and this make my hips not square.

  2. Hey Silvia!
    Thank you for sharing from your heart, we are here to support you. You can always trust our beautiful teacher Peewee, she is an amazing guide! And it’s normal that different emotions come up while diving more inwards, they probably want to be released. But always take it easy and be kind to yourself πŸ™‚
    Regarding the downward dog: just raise your leg as far up as your hips still remain square.
    Much love

  3. I did inhale and exhale by nose during the meditation and yes I hear my own breath sound, its quite loud. Except the earlier guidance and the last that Peewee said exhale by mouth. Is it correct?

  4. Hey Rika! The way Peewee guides is correct πŸ™‚ It’s beneficial to exhale through the mouth a few times after the meditation to bring you back from the meditative state. And it’s also good to do it before meditation a few times to release more tension from the body. However, overall in most meditations (if not guided differently), it’s best to breathe through the nose.