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At Home Yoga Routines, Meditation and Mindfulness Classes

Rachel provides high quality yoga, meditation and mindfulness practices on her growing YouTube channel, Yoga with Rachel. Rachel has a growing library of over 300 free yoga classes and mindfulness practices. 


Rachel has created themed categories for her content. These themes can help you select a practice that best suits your goals, intentions, needs and interests. 


Explore the following themes below:

  1. Nervous System Regulation

  2. Somatic Yoga

  3. Restorative Yoga Classes

  4. Meditation

  5. Fascia Yoga

  6. Yoga for Headache

  7. Morning Yoga

  8. Bedtime Yoga

  9. Yoga for the Classroom

  10. Yoga for Beginners

  11. Self Care Ideas

Yoga For Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Explore what it feels like in your body to move from sympathetic activation (fight or flight) to parasympathetic activation (rest and digest) with these nervous system regulation yoga classes.


Explore tools and strategies to help foster inner calm and balance, enhancing your resiliency to flow between these two states with flexibility and ease.

Nevous System Regulation
Slow Yoga for Body and Mind

Somatic yoga classes invite you to find what feels good in your body.


You are invited to explore intuitive movements and breathwork practices.


The invitation is to observe your thoughts, feelings, impulses, sensations and emotions from a place of curiosity and compassion.


As you deepen your self-awareness, you pave the way for growth and healing.

Somatic Yoga
Restorative Yoga For Lower Back Pain

Discover the power of silence and stillness with these Restorative Yoga classes.


Restorative yoga is a mind-body practice that can create physical, emotional and mental shifts within your body.


By intentionally slowing down, you give yourself the time and space to tune into your internal landscape.


Directing your focus inward sends messages of love, compassion and safety to your nervous system.

Restorative Yoga Classes
Progressive Muscle Relaxation for Anxiety Relief

Practice mindfulness daily with these guided meditation practices.


Explore the practice of present moment awareness as you direct your focus inward. By turning your attention inward, you delve into the depths of your inner world.


A consistent meditation practice can soothe the nervous system, leaving you feeling rejuvenated, calm, balanced, grounded and centered.

Full Body Yoga Flow with Fascia Activation

Fascia is like a spider web of interconnections encasing your whole body.


Fascia is thin sheets of connective tissue that connect, encase and separate muscles and internal organs.


This intricate web plays a vital role in ease of physical movement, joint stability, postural integrity, force transmission, proprioception, and so much more.


Chronic stress can disrupt your fascial network, leading to tension, restrictions and adhesions.


This can manifest in the body as chronic pain.


Prioritizing daily movement to support the health and nourishment of your fascial network is important for your overall well-being.

Fascia Yoga
Yoga For Sinus Headaches

Stress is the most common trigger for a headache or a migraine.


These yoga classes include gentle stretches, breathwork practices, self-massage and body scans designed to stimulate the vagus nerve.


When the vagus nerve is stimulated, it initiates the body’s relaxation response.


As you tap into the healing power of the vagus nerve, you may notice a reduction in the frequency and severity of headaches.

Yoga for Headache
5 Minute Standing Morning Yoga Stretch

Start your day with a morning yoga practice!


A consistent morning yoga practice can melt away morning stiffness and tension.


A morning yoga practice invites you to start your day with conscious breathing. Conscious breathing offers support and nourishment to your mind and body.


A morning yoga practice gives you a boost in energy and can get the creative juices flowing.


Who needs coffee when you have yoga?

Morning Yoga
Yoga for inflammation - reduce inflammation in the body

Bedtime yoga invites you to act more like a dial than a light switch.


It is near impossible to go from “on” to “off” in a matter of seconds.


Elevated stress hormones can disrupt your sleep, leading to racing thoughts, muscular tension, pain, and a fast heart rate. These messages from your body can keep you up at night.


A bedtime yoga routine can trigger the release of feel-good chemicals including dopamine, serotonin, endorphins and GABA into your body. These natural hormones can promote feelings of calm and relaxation, helping you unwind before bed. This sets the stage for a deep and restful night of sleep!

Bedtime Yoga
Yoga for the classroom chair yoga

Mindful movement body breaks for students. Release tension, calm the mind and body, and improve focus and coordination with these Yoga for the Classroom practices.


These classes are under 10 minutes to ensure that your students remain engaged and active throughout the entire practice.

Yoga for the Classroom
How To Do Baby Cobra Pose

New to yoga? Don’t sweat it! Explore the ins and outs of foundational yoga poses at a pace that feels good for you.

Yoga for Beginners
Health benefits of matcha green tea

Shower yourself in love with self-care! Self-care is the ultimate act of self-love. Explore some ways to “fill your cup” with these self-care ideas.

Self Care Ideas
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