Yoga Mat Work Ellen Barrett

New Video Workout: Yoga Mat Work

Grab your mat and join us for 15minutes of deep breathing and big stretching. This seated movement series invigorates the body and is especially great for limbering up the spine. *The video will appear on Ellen Barrett Mindful Movement on Monday, August 16, 2021, at 9am EST.

Serene Strength

New Video Workout: Serene Strength

Here’s a thoughtful 20minute toning workout that doesn’t use weights, but instead uses breath and one’s own body weight. Yup, you can breathe your way to a more powerful physique with no equipment. A “sticky” yoga mat is recommended. *This video will appear on Ellen Barrett Mindful Movement on Monday, June 14, 2021 at 9amEST.

Ellen Barrett Moving Meditation

New Video Workout: Moving Meditation

Settle down and soothe your psyche with this 20minute mindful mix of sun salutations, breathing exercises and mudras. This class helps to focus the mind through movement. A “sticky” yoga mat is recommended. * This video will appear on on Monday, February 15, 2021.

Got Peace?

Are you someone who wakes up behind the eight ball, rushing around in the morning? Do you take your coffee or breakfast on the go and speed off to work feeling frazzled from the get-go? Even though I am an early bird, I used to be this “rushing around” person. But I’ve changed. A few years ago, I had a realization that rushing is rarely circumstance, it’s a mindset. It’s feeling like you are in a race against time. It’s...

Ellen Barrett Mindful Movement

When You Are Feeling Unambitious…

When you’d like to workout but you’re feeling a bit “unambitious” about it, here’s what you need to do – just get to the mat. Just get to it. Maybe sit or lie down on it. Maybe stand on it. Just get to that mat with bare feet and comfy clothes and stay there.  Something wonderful happens when you get to the mat – you nurture your self with movement. It might be seated in...

Upper Body Blast Ellen Barrett

Upper Body Blast Is Here

Upper Body Blast is here! This workout is wispy. I know that seems like a strange way of describing a workout, but it’s the best word for describing this one. I wanted the spine to be included with the arms. So often, when it comes to muscle conditioning, the spine gets “locked” in place, and looks and feels stiff. The intent in doing this is to stabilize it and engage the core – which is...