30+ years of scientific research, and thousands of personal testimonies, show that practicing mindfulness can be a great way to take care of yourself - mind and body. But when our workday is filled with meetings, emails, presentations, and phone calls - all on top of our normal workload - it may seem impossible to find time to be mindful at work. Fortunately, practicing mindfulness at work does not require special props or massive amounts of time. With a little skill and kno
Want To Learn How To Stress-Proof Your Days? Mindfulness meditation is a great addition to your overall health and self-care routine that has been shown to help people stress less, sleep better, and focus more. Click through the slides to learn how to get started... (And if you'd like some extra support you are very welcome to join our upcoming Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programme, held live and online this October 2021.
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Do you find yourself spending way too much time on social media? Whether we like it or not, the ubiquitous nature of social media seems to be here to stay. And that's not to suggest that all social media is bad - it can provide an opportunity for us to connect with friends and loved ones, learn about the world around us, or amuse and entertain ourselves at the end of a long day. It becomes problematic however when we use it on auto-pilot - mindlessly scrolling for hours on
Mindfulness does not have to be a huge undertaking, requiring enormous amounts of time and special props. While mindfulness meditation is the most reliable means of gaining the benefits of mindfulness, with a little intention, we can also weave mindfulness into our everyday activities and experiences to help inject more ease and wellbeing into our hectic days. Click through the slides to read more... #everydaymindfulness #practicalmindfulness
Soap destroys the coronavirus, that's why washing your hands often with soap and water is one of the best ways you can protect yourself.
The US-based Centre for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommend washing your hands for at least 20-30 seconds. Consider using that time to take a few mindful breaths in and out.
How to take a mindful breath:
🔸Scan your body from head to toe and soften and relax your muscles.
🔸Pick a spot in your body (yo
Think you need a meditation cushion, rain forest soundtrack, and scented candles to bring more mindfulness to your workday? Well, think again! When many folks hear the word "mindfulness," meditation might be the first thing that comes to mind. And while it's true that having a consistent meditation practice is the most reliable way to cultivate mindfulness, with a little bit of thoughtful intention you can invite more calm, focus, and clarity to your workday by bringing some