10 minutes


This is a meditation to invoke gratitude and connection. This is more than simply thinking of things we are grateful for in our mind but moving into the felt sense of experiencing gratitude within. The visceral experience of gratitude in our body. We have probably heard or seen the research on how gratitude changes our brains. In this meditation, we will also use the experience or feeling of gratitude to reduce stress, increase vitality, and overall balance to our nervous system so that we feel more connected to ourselves and those around us. 

While we can practice this meditation at any time. This may be a lovely way to start our day by setting our intentions on the positive and of course by practicing self-care through our meditation practice. 

Feel free to practice this meditation either lying down or seated. 

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Guided Meditation for Sleep

A deeply rested practice that involves a slow and methodical body scan.

20 minutes

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Guided Meditation Grounding

A meditation to help bring us out of our head and back into our body.

20 minutes

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Breathing Meditation for Focus

A short breath-based meditation to help improve our focus and clarity of mind.

10 minutes

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Breathing Meditation for Anger

A breath-based meditation to help us dissolve feelings of anger and frustration.

15 minutes

Headshot of Lisa Greenbaum, Practicing Meditator and Yoga Therapist


Neurovine has partnered with Lisa Greenbaum, a practicing meditator and yoga therapist, who has designed these guided meditation exercises, especially for brain recovery.

Lisa has over 750 hours of Yoga Teacher Training education and has studied in Canada, the US, Australia, Bali, and India. She's also a certified Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer. Lisa has been teaching group fitness and Yoga since 2001.

Read our conversation with Lisa here.