Tracee Stanley

Tracee Stanley

Tracee Stanley is the founder of Empowered Life Circle, a sacred community and portal of practices, rituals, and Tantric teachings inspired by over twenty years of study in Sri Vidya Tantra and the teachings of the Himalayan Masters. Tracee is gifted in illuminating the magic and power found in liminal space and weaving devotion and practice into daily life.

Tracee Stanley

Tracee Stanley is the founder of Empowered Life Circle, a sacred community and portal of practices, rituals, and Tantric teachings inspired by over twenty years of study in Sri Vidya Tantra and the teachings of the Himalayan Masters. Tracee is gifted in illuminating the magic and power found in liminal space and weaving devotion and practice into daily life.

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Yoga Books in 2023

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Some of the Best Yoga Books of 2023

luminous self
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$21.95 - Paperback

A guide to self-remembrance with practices, meditations, and self-inquiry questions inspired by yoga and Tantra to help you connect with your inner wisdom, remember your wholeness, and live with clarity and compassion—by the best-selling author of Radiant Rest.

The Luminous Self shares teachings and practices that can help us connect with our true Self and reclaim our inherent power and wisdom—essential for living with purpose and grace in our turbulent world. In this book, Tracee Stanley shares teachings and practices in each chapter—including meditation, yoga nidra, breath work, dreaming rituals, community care practices, journaling, and more—that can help us remember and honor our deepest Self.

The book is a journey of inner exploration for anyone who desires to know themselves more deeply. Chapters introduce different paths to personal discernment—including facing obstacles to liberation, forgiveness, the power of memory, transitions as portals to wisdom and devotion, and nature as a teacher—and include stories from Stanley's life, teachings, and practice. Six audio practices accompany the book.

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$24.95 - Paperback

yoga inversions

Yoga Inversions: Your Guide to Going Upside Down

By Kat Heagberg Rebar, foreword by Dianne Bondy

An approachable, user-friendly guide to inversions of all kinds for anyone who wants to try going upside down, featuring 85 practices that explore the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of yoga.

Learn to hop into a handstand, do a forearm stand with blocks⁠—and even appreciate legs up the wall in new ways with this comprehensive and accessible guide to inversions in yoga.

Kat Heagberg Rebar offers an easy-to-follow guide with 175 beautiful color photos. For each pose Kat offers adaptations, challenging variations, and everything in between. She also shares options to prepare safely and practices to build strength. In addition to teaching the physical practice of inversions, Rebar addresses the mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of this often-challenging practice.

Yoga Inversions offers a progressive, biomechanically sound, inclusive, step-by-step approach to anyone who wants to try being upside down, and includes:

  • Downward dog and dolphin variations to set you up for success
  • Innovative prop tips
  • Handstand preps and drills
  • Tips for stepping, jumping, hopping, and pressing into handstand
  • Handstand against the wall and away from the wall
  • Forearm stand, headstand, and shoulderstand variations
  • Customizable practices to help you reach your goals
  • And much more
yoga of parenting
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$19.95 - Paperback

2023 National Parenting Product Award Winner

Bring the wisdom of yoga into your parenting journey.

Mom and yoga teacher Sarah Ezrin offers 34 practices to find more presence, patience, and acceptance—with your child and with yourself.

“I can say without a doubt that the most advanced yoga I’ve ever done is raising a child,” writes Sarah Ezrin. While many people think of yoga as poses on a mat, The Yoga of Parenting supports people in bringing the spiritual principles of yoga into their lives—particularly their families. Ezrin, a longtime yoga teacher, supports readers and practitioners in slowing down, becoming present with our children and ourselves, and acting with more compassion.

Each chapter highlights a yogic posture and theme and explores how it relates to parenting, including presence, boundaries, balance, and nonattachment. Chapters include prompts such as intention setting, breathwork, and journaling. Ezrin also features the stories and insights of a wide range of yoga practitioner parents whose experiences include single parenting, grandparenting, and passing on intergenerational yoga traditions. In addition to the opening posture, each chapter includes:

  • “Breath Breaks” invitations to mindfully breathe
  • “On the Mat” practices to show us how we can apply the lessons on our yoga mat in a more general sense
  • “Parenting in Practice” offerings and advice from parents in the US and abroad
  • “Off the Mat and Into the Family” fun exercises to help us bring the work off the mat and into our homes

Practicing yoga can help us become kinder to ourselves, more aware of our thoughts and actions, and more present in our lives. What more important sphere to want to become kinder, more aware, and more present than with our families?

get fit where you sit
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$24.95 - Paperback

Lakshmi Voelker’s Chair Yoga™ method upends the myth that yoga is only for the flexible, strong, balanced, thin, and conventionally able-bodied. Whether you need or want chair support, or you’d like to get in some yoga practice while you sit at your work desk, Lakshmi Voelker Chair Yoga offers 40 active and restorative poses, illustrated with 250 photos, along with breathing techniques and meditation practices—all adapted so that you don’t have to leave your chair.
Poses include:

  • Tree Pose—for a flexible spine and to combat the “slump” we often get in our sedentary lifestyle
  • Eagle Pose—for healthy joints
  • Squat Pose—to relax the lower back
  • Knee-to-Chest Pose—to support good digestion
  • Coherent breathing—to bring the body’s systems into balance
  • And much more

Lakshmi Voelker and Liz Oppedijk offer a powerful, inclusive practice that is appropriate for new students or longtime practitioners and can easily be adopted by yoga instructors, educators, medical professionals, exercise professionals, or caretakers for work with their clients.

trauma sensitive yoga
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$29.95 - Paperback

The Essential Guide to Trauma Sensitive Yoga: How to Create Safer Spaces for All

By Lara Land, with a fireword by Michelle Cassandra Johnson

An essential manual for yoga teachers and students to create a trauma-sensitive practice that benefits and supports all.

People are turning to yoga for its stress-reducing practice and transformative philosophy. But for those who have a trauma history, the practice can be triggering. The Essential Guide to Trauma Sensitive Yoga offers an inclusive approach to yoga for teachers and students of all ages and abilities, especially those who have experienced trauma. Some of the themes covered include:

  • How do the impacts of trauma show up in yoga spaces
  • Suggested language for shifting power to the practitioner
  • How to create an environment conducive to healing
  • How to practice or teach poses in a way that includes all
  • And much more

This book is beautifully illustrated with 260 photos of poses and sequences, modeled by trauma survivors who share stories of how yoga helps them heal. Land works with people of all ages, from young children to seniors, who are coping with a range of traumas including physical, emotional and sexual abuse, homelessness, genocide, and incarceration. She is a passionate advocate for making the benefits of yoga and mindfulness available to all.

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Honor your yoga students' unique practice with this essential guide to identifying and supporting healthy, safe movement for every body. Includes more than 80 exercises and 43 instructional drawings.

Teach People, Not Poses is the manual that yoga teachers and yoga therapists need to help their students step onto the mat on their own terms, comfortably and safely. Mary Richards, a yoga teacher, yoga therapist, and expert in kinesiology and anatomy, says that we leave too many people off the mat, due to overly aggressive pace, sequence, and ambition in asana. She offers advice, techniques, observations, practices, and sequences to give teachers and yoga therapists the tools they need to move beyond the popular ideas of “should” on the mat.

To safely guide others in asana, especially when people come to the mat for relief from residual effects of acute injuries, chronic pain, and repetitive strain, yoga teachers need to understand what is typical and atypical in terms of posture and movement. Richards offers teachers myriad exercises to address imbalances and strengthen, such as

  • "Tighten the Corset" for deep core training
  • "Forearm Chaturanga/Plank" to develop core strength and stability
  • "Revolved Warrior I with Resistance Band" for core stabilization
  • "Wall-supported Downward-facing Dog" to activate the abdominal muscles and support the lower back
  • and much more

This unique book masterfully blends yoga philosophy with practical body knowledge and physical core stabilization skills, so that asana is truly an individualized expression—and what the Yoga Sutras describe as sthira sukham asanam, asana that is steady and comfortable.

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Forthcoming in 2024

And we have even more books related to yoga and ayurveda coming out next year from the likes of Brian Hyman, Mary Taylor, Richard Freeman, Kate O'Donnell, Michelle Casandra Johnson, and more.  So make sure you sign up for our emails so you do not miss them!  Here is a sneak peek at our first 2024 release which you can pre-order now and take advantage of the discount.

recovery with yoga
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$21.95 - Paperback

Recovery with Yoga: Supportive Practices for Transcending Addiction

By Brian Hyman

​​Drawn from yoga philosophy and mindfulness, this collection of thirty potent, supportive tools will bolster, inspire, and assist those in addiction recovery.

​This collection of yoga and mindfulness tools will help support those in recovery from addiction of all kinds. Thirty accessible, pointed teachings offer inspiration, comfort, and solidarity in the moment, helping us cultivate a powerful and purposeful life in recovery and to create a new design for living. Each chapter focuses on a quality—such as vigilance, acceptance, accountability, among others—and delves into how to manifest it in your recovery journey.

Brian Hyman, a yoga teacher and recovery activist, understands deeply what people need to maintain sobriety and strengthen recovery—and knows that those who struggle with addiction also often need support with other mental health challenges, like obsession, anxiety, depression.

The practices—which include inquiry questions, meditations, awareness exercises, breathing practices, yoga nidra, among others—will quiet the mind in difficult moments, support us as we establish meaningful relationships, and reinforce the power that recovery offers us. He offers resources and additional reading suggestions in the back matter. ​​Hyman uses yogic philosophy, mindfulness teachings, personal anecdotes, and secular wisdom to illuminate each quality and the role it plays in helping us create the life we want.

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The Great Yoga Books of 2021

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Develop a powerful practice of deep relaxation and transformative self-inquiry with this essential guide to yoga nidra

Tracee StanleyYoga nidra is a practice devoted to allowing your body and mind to rest while your consciousness remains awake and aware, creating the opportunity for you to tap into a deeper understanding of yourself and your true nature. At its heart, yoga nidra is about waking up to the fullness of your life. In Radiant Rest, Tracee Stanley draws on over twenty years of experience as a yoga nidra teacher and practitioner to introduce the history of yoga nidra, mind and body relaxation, and the surprising power of rest in our daily lives.

This accessible guide shares six essential practices arranged around the koshas, the five subtle layers of the body: the physical, energetic, mental, intuitive, and bliss bodies. It also offers shorter, accessible practices for people pressed for time. Each practice is explained through step-by-step instructions and ends with self-inquiry prompts. A set of guided audio meditations provide further instruction. Feel a greater sense of stability, peace, and clarity in all aspects of your life as you deepen your yoga nidra practice and discover its true power.

It is time to address the dissonance between the often superficial way yoga is currently being practiced and the depth of yoga’s ancient universal spiritual teachings. In this clarion call to action, Jivana Heyman offers a blueprint for cultivating a practice based in the ancient wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita and the Yoga Sutras in service of those experiencing exclusion and oppression.

Heyman illuminates the yogic mandate of seva—or acts of service that see, care for, and uplift those around us—as a way to serve the world without losing your way. Through pose sequences, practice prompts such as “Embracing Failure,” and stories from yoga teachers who are implementing seva in their classes, Heyman shows you what it means to serve, how to serve, and how to promote inclusivity through your service. Our job, says Heyman, is not to clear our mind through yoga practice, but rather to expand it so widely that it can embrace the entire universe.

Lit From Within

Build an integrated, deeply personal practice to cultivate transformation, self-trust, and awakening with insights and techniques from beloved teacher Sarah Powers.

More than just physical poses on a mat, yoga can be a profound path of self-realization. Lit from Within encourages readers to pursue yoga in its fullness, examining conscious and unconscious habits, connecting to our inner landscapes, and freeing us to relate to ourselves and our world with a sacred outlook.

Sarah Powers helps readers relate to five levels of our human experience—physical, energetic, emotional, mental, and interpersonal. Each section offers an opportunity for self-inquiry and practices to fuel our growth, including yin yoga, meditation, emotional intelligence exercises like creating connection with an inner critic, and interpersonal dynamics drawn from the Internal Family Systems approach. Learning to recognize, reflect on, and at times re-direct these different levels of experience adds a vital dimension to the practice. The book draws on Sarah's many years of practice and teaching, influenced by the rich tapestries of yin yoga, Buddhism, Taoism, and psychology.

In these challenging times, Lit from Within offers a path to health, wholeness, and connection—from the inside out.

Skill in Action 2021

Explore the deeply transformational practice of yoga as a way to create a world that is more just for all. Drawing from yoga philosophy—particularly the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita, an ancient yogic text that calls us to see the divinity within all and live our dharma for the collective good—Skill in Action urges us to change the way we are living and being, to think about how our actions affect others, and to respond to the persistent call for justice for all.

Michelle Cassandra Johnson inspires us to remember our shared humanity and take action in solidarity with those who are most marginalized by the industry of wellness and yoga—whether that manifests as activism, deepening our awareness of self, understanding more about our cultural and political contexts, or changing our relationships with others. This revised and expanded edition offers:

  • A look at how the yamas and niyamas—the ethical precepts of yoga—can be studied in order to create a more just world;
  • A clear view on how power and privilege inform the yoga industry;
  • Ideas on how to integrate justice into teaching the eight limbs of yoga;
  • Ways to support people as they move through their resistance and discomfort in the face of injustice;
  • An explanation of actionable love and the role of compassion in our social change work;
  • A clear call to remember our role as teachers and change-makers;
  • Potent tools and practices to both ground and inspire us—such as journaling prompts, pranayama exercises, meditations, and rituals.
Teaching Yoga with Intention

Clear, effective verbal communication and judicious touch are two skills that are essential for every yoga teacher. Drawing from her fifty years of yoga experience and her training in Nonviolent Communication and physical therapy, Judith Hanson Lasater has created the definitive guide to effective and appropriate communication between yoga teachers and their students. She focuses not just on how to explain technique but also on the more subtle lessons of respect, empathy, and compassion.

Lasater shines an unflinching light on physical contact in yoga. Teachers often use touch to create understanding and awareness in the poses. But this is a nuanced art, and Lasater gives clear guidance on how, where, and when it is appropriate to further a student’s development.

Lasater also empowers students by encouraging them to take ownership of and responsibility for their practice: learning how and when to say no to an adjustment, keeping boundaries, knowing when to leave a class, how to communicate your needs to your yoga teacher, and if and when to report a teacher’s behavior. The skills that Lasater offers in this clear, practical book will help create a safe and optimal learning environment for all students and teachers.

Live Your Yoga

Take the wisdom of yoga off the mat and explore 54 ways to reinvigorate your practice by connecting with the Yoga Sutras.

The Yoga Sutras offer so much to people on the yoga path—and to spiritual seekers in general—but many find that the philosophy is too dense to interpret and apply to modern life. Live Your Yoga offers a perfect way to understand and use the teachings on a regular basis.

The practice deck includes an introductory fold-out card explaining what the Yoga Sutras are and how to use the 54 cards that make up the deck. Each card focuses on a specific theme—balance, gratitude, acceptance, discipline, habit, and more—and offers one of three practice prompts: Explore, Connect, and Replenish. The Explore prompts offer philosophy from the Sutras and provide inspiration, contemplation, and self-study. The Connect prompts guide you to focus on your body and breath, and include tangible practices, including some asana and pranayama. Replenish prompts explore the last four limbs and provide mindfulness and meditation exercises. Pick a single card or put together a small practice, whatever you need at that moment. Whether you are new to yoga philosophy or in need of an accessible guide, the Live Your Yoga practice deck will guide you on your yoga journey.

The practice deck is illustrated with beautiful Yantras created by Chanti Tacoronte-Perez, a yogi, sacred artist, and author. East Indian Yantras traditionally hold the energy or pattern of divinity and for this deck, Chanti has translated an image she experienced in deep rest to support the spirits of connection, exploration, and replenishment.

Deepen and enliven your yoga practice with 30 themes based on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras that can inspire on and off the mat.

Yoga draws many practitioners because of its physical benefits, but it is often the experience of peace that people return for. Threads of Yoga supports those seeking to learn more about yoga’s deeper spiritual teachings. Each short chapter introduces a foundational yogic theme, such as letting go, the breath, the yamas and the niyamas, and the chakra system. Each theme is accompanied by practices, including meditation, complementary poses, breath work, or quotes to contemplate. It is an ideal guide for both practitioners and teachers who want to connect with the spiritual wisdom of yoga, deepen their personal practice, or develop and support a theme for yoga class.

For Kids

In 2021 we published the Little Yogi Deck for kids.  We hope they delight them!

With the simple shuffle of a deck, kids can bend, balance, and breathe right into their very own yoga practice. These 48 playful, color-coded cards encourage mindfulness and help build emotional intelligence on and off the mat, exploring big feelings like:

  • anger
  • worry
  • excitement
  • sadness
  • joy
  • jealousy
  • shame
  • peace

For ages 5–9.

Little Yogi Deck
Little Yogi Deck
Little Yogi Deck

Forthcoming in 2022

And we have lots more yoga coming out next year from the likes of Nina Zolotow, Richard Rosen, Octavia Raheem, the late Georg Feuerstein, Judith Lasater, and  more.  So make sure you sign up for our emails so you do not miss them!  Here is a sneak peek at our next release which you can pre-order now and take advantage of the discount.

Restoring your body, mind, and spirit amid change is an act of courage, empowerment, and hope. This warm, powerful guide will help you honor the changes and spaces in your life with purposeful rest and reflection.

If you're trying to push your way through endings, beginnings, and places of uncertainty, only to find yourself more confused, disconnected, tired, and uncertain, this book will hold and fortify you. Yoga teacher and activist Octavia Raheem offers us the motivation and guidance we need to restore ourselves in the midst of all sorts of change. Change in our lives—whether it be welcome, joyful, challenging, or more subtle—presents us with the opportunity to pause and gather our energy to work with whatever lies ahead.

Drawing wisdom from yoga philosophy and her many years of teaching experience, Raheem offers us the motivation and guidance we need to restore ourselves in the midst of all types of change. She gives us three simple restorative yoga poses (savasana, side lying pose, and child’s pose), and offers short teachings, reflections, and practices to see us through times of ending, beginning, and liminal/transitional space. She shows us how slowing down, stillness, and deeper connection to our own transitions empower us to move through collective shifts with more grace—and what it means to navigate shifts and change with presence and courage.

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What Does It Mean to Relax?

Welcoming Yoga Nidra

Headshot drawing of a person in front of a large flower
An excerpt from Radiant Rest

One of the first things I became aware of, as I began to practice and then share deep relaxation, was that it’s difficult for most of us to “let go.” Yoga teachers often give this instruction without the slightest consideration for how it will be received in a class full of people with varied life experiences and possible traumas. At the very least, life can be stressful, and over time it can create the type of tension that requires more than commanding ourselves to “let go” to relax.

It is hard to let go of the tension and constriction in the body and mind that have taken many years to accumulate. Some people say that “our issues live in our tissues,” and Denise La Barre explains in her book, Issues in Your Tissues, what this means: “‘Issues in your tissues’ are emotions we haven’t allowed ourselves to feel fully, or thoughts with a heavy emotional charge. As energetic residue in the body, they accumulate and build over time, starting first as tension and solidifying into disease according to our reactions to our life experiences.”

Deep relaxation practices help us to relax systematically and to bring awareness to all the parts of ourselves that require loving attention.
Because we are taking a journey through the subtle body as we practice, that awareness may extend to our physical body, our thoughts, and even our beliefs. Unfortunately, it is a common tendency to identify with and hold on for dear life to parts of ourselves, like thoughts and beliefs, that lead to patterns of behavior that do not support our thriving. Remember the manomaya kosha. Because of our insecurities, fears, and biases, we may also hold on to ways of being that ensure that others cannot thrive, especially when we are in positions of power. This shows up as systemic racism, misogyny, or the mistreatment of others as a way to protect ourselves from perceived harm and scarcity.
Certain habits and thoughts may feel familiar and safe, and they can be reinforced by those around us, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t keeping us stuck.
We may be scared that if we let go of these long-held ways of being, we will dissolve, even if they are causing us or others pain. The more we rely on what is familiar, the less we will grow. This recycling of suffering means that we have to learn the same lessons over and over again. This holding shows up everywhere in our lives, as tension in our bodies and our relationships and as an inability to move forward in life and in the collective as history repeating itself. If we can create an opportunity in our yoga nidra practice to create more awareness and ease within ourselves, it will be reflected outward in our lives.

Octavia’s Story

Octavia Raheem is a yoga teacher and the author of the book Gather. She finds the practice of inviting her ancestors to rest along with her in yoga nidra practice to be a powerful experience.

When I first began to practice stillness-based yoga (restorative, yoga nidra, meditation), I encountered a kind of restlessness that was shocking. I encountered resistance to pausing. I even met a sense of fear that “something” bad would happen if I allowed myself to lay down. It was as if I worried about being “caught” resting.

I reflected on my conditioning: Girl . . . you better work twice as hard, be twice as fast, stay twice as long, and maybe, JUST maybe, you will have half of a chance as others. That conditioning came from my mother and her mother and her mother and is rooted in very real experiences.

That restlessness brought me into direct awareness that I didn’t know how to rest and had never seen anyone in my family rest. I’d lay down in those early restorative yoga classes and toss and turn. I may have even broken a sweat from the discomfort of “doing nothing.” In a visceral way I knew my restlessness was a symptom of being severely tired, not only from my life but from the lives of the women who gave me life. Stillness awakened me to how much generational weariness and bone-deep ancestral fatigue I carried.

It sounds poetic, yet history, family, and cultural stories tell us that Black women in America have been treated, as Zora Neale Hurston wrote, as the “mule of the world.” Ridden, worked, and forced into labor—birthing, domestic, field, and beyond until we ran out of fuel, breath, or life.

When I practice restorative yoga, yoga nidra, or meditation and “go inside,” I meet the most fatigued parts of myself and invite those parts to rest. I know how to work. Rest requires devotion and practice on my part. I also call in an ancestor who I know toiled through her whole life and could never acknowledge she was tired. I rest in honor of the women within me who were denied the opportunity to rest.

Ancestral Circle of Healing [5 Minutes]

If you feel called to honor your ancestors in your practice, you can honor them and request protection with this exercise before you begin your yoga nidra practice.
  1. Lie down in a comfortable position. Feel your navel rise and fall as you inhale and exhale. Feel your body resting on the floor or whatever you are lying on.
  2. Scan the body from the tips of your toes to the top of your head, noticing which parts are touching the floor. Feel the points of contact.
  3. Scan the body again for those parts that are not touching the floor.
  4. Feel the body as a whole of all its parts.
  5. Draw a circle of protective light around the body.
  6. Call around you the guides or ancestors with whom you feel relationship and that are supportive energies. Invite only energies that are benevolent and loving. Ask them to establish a layer of support and protection around the outer circumference of your circle of light
  7. Feel that your ancestors are helping to cleanse the space around you. Feel and know that you are protected.

Take a moment to dedicate your practice to all your ancestors and to their healing. Thank them for persevering in their lives, the very lives that allowed you to be born. Feel gratitude for the miracle of life, the breath. Notice it, one breath at a time. Remember that it is your birthright to breathe, to rest, and to rise in power. Feel the support of the earth, your guides, and your ancestors. Be present to the breath for 3 minutes, feel the belly rise and fall, and let yourself be held. Know that you are being blessed, guided, supported, and protected.

  1. What relationship do you have with your ancestors or family lineage?
  2. What is your understanding of how trauma might be present in your lineage?
  3. Take a few minutes, or as long as you need, to freewrite about any emotions or feelings that arise when you consider the lives of those who came before you.
  4. How can you honor the lives of your ancestors and those who will be future ancestors?


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Tracee StanleyTracee Stanley is a noted and lineaged teacher of yoga nidra, meditation, and self-inquiry. Her practices are inspired by the tradition of Himalayan Masters and Sri Vidya Tantra, into which she was initiated in 2001. She is co-founder of the Empowered Wisdom Yoga Nidra School and created the Empowered Life Self-Inquiry Oracle Deck. Tracee travels internationally leading retreats, teacher training, and presenting at festivals and conferences including Oprah and Gayle’s Girls Get Away. She has online classes available at Commune, Yoga Journal, Unplug Meditation, Pranamaya, and Wanderlust TV.

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