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This brief meditation is only three minutes long and can be practiced nearly anytime and anywhere. Useful when thinking feels scattered and uneasy.
This 20-minute body scan is a go-to meditation practice to increase mindfulness to the body. Useful when needing to feel grounded.
Our days can be busy and lead us to picking up and carrying a lot of stress emotionally and physically.
Here are a few simple massage exercises for your head and face.
March 16— Does being mindful mean being indifferent to our experience? Take a look at this blog post and see what you think.
Here’s a little informational video about what you might expect at a Mindful Eating Workshop. There are also several inspiring books to look into. Check this out. Dr. Patricia Vriesendorp on Mindful Eating
One of the foundational practices of mindfulness meditation is the “Body Scan”. It was introduced by Jon Kabat-Zinn in the early days of his Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction courses at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. If you haven’t tried it, this link… Continue Reading →