SKY Meditation

The core of all of IAHV’s programs is SKY Meditation.

Utilizing specific rhythms of the breath participants quickly and easily eliminate stress, revitalize their nervous system and bring clarity and focus to their minds. SKY Meditation facilitates recovery for stress or trauma as well as bringing more success whether in one’s career, studies, or relationships.

sky-meditationMeditation is now a well-established as a complementary medical treatment as well a stress-management and resilience tool. Its practice also brings greater success and fulfillment in one’s daily activities. SKY Meditation is a unique breath-based technique that uses cyclical, rhythmic patterns of breath to bring the mind and body effortlessly into meditation. It has been empirically validated and holds distinct advantages over other forms of meditation.

That is why IAHV teaches SKY Meditation. This unique meditation technique leads the participants to immediately observable effects. SKY is designed to bring benefits for both those wanting to improve their vitality, clarity, well-being and focus.

How Does it Work?

Research shows that breathing and emotional states are tightly coupled processes that greatly influence each other. Emotional states change the quality and patterns of respiration. In turn, respiration patterns can alter the emotional state.

SKY Meditation is distinct because it uses specific patterns of breath to automatically settle the mind into deep meditation without any mental effort, concentration or observation. Its effects have been studied in open and randomized trials, both in healthy populations and in populations with psychopathology. SKY is both self-empowering and a low cost approach to improving ones physical and mental/emotional vitality.

Where has SKY Meditation been Taught?

For more than 30 years, SKY Meditation has been taught globally in hospitals,
schools, colleges, corporations, prisons, and in programs for at-risk populations,
including veterans returning from war.

Learn More at www.SKYMeditation.org