Article Tag - "Mindfulness"
Reconnect with yourself and your practice after a hectic St Patricks weekend!
We begin with seated meditation placing focus on our breath to bring ourselves into the present moment. Yin practice offers a welcome balance to our active yang lifestyle, these resting poses or asanas are held for 3-5 minutes, connecting to the breath while gently stretching the fascia or connective tissue.
The meditative breath work, combined with gravity and this slow-paced practice enhance joint mobility and flexibility, allowing for a deeper awareness of the body.… Read more
Many of us who set intentions for the coming year often find those resolutions slipping from our grasp.
Renew that enthusiasm through this heart opening and back bending workshop which is designed to help you step out of your comfort zone and explore your fullest potential by releasing your hearts to every desire you have.
Using progressive postures to deepen your experience of opening of the front body, balancing poses to bring stability in standing with conviction, cultivating strength in the back body to create space and clear the debris to move forward with the confidence in your intentions.… Read more
The 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Mindfulness Meditation Module is a comprehensive training in the theory and practice of Mindfulness Meditation and its application to the practice and teaching of Yin Yoga. This module is open to serious students and teachers of Yin Yoga who are interested in integrating meditation into their practice and teaching of Yin Yoga.The 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training Mindfulness Meditation Module will include
- Practice and understand the theory of the core aspects of Mindfulness Training: Steadiness, presence and wisdom.
We live in a very busy world where we are constantly bombarded by the information super-highway. From the time we rise to the time we sleep, we multi-task like octopuses.
Our phones are in always in reach. We listen to the news, search social media & respond to emails.We struggle to keep our houses in order whilst juggling our everyday commitments.
In our rush to accomplish these endless lists, we have lost our connection with the present, missing out on what we’re doing and how we’re actually feeling in any given moment.… Read more
In this busy world, the mind is constantly under pressure from external sources, disrupting our thoughts and emotions which can leave us feeling stressed and at times quite anxious.
Most of us don’t or won’t make five minutes to sit down and relax, let alone 30 minutes or more for a meditation session. But it is essential for our mental and physical well-being to take a few minutes each day achieve a positive mind-body balance.… Read more