At the end of a recent mindfulness course, one participant who was reflecting on what she had learned, stated: ‘I’m going to stop winding myself up’...
Everyday life provides endless opportunities for us to stop, to focus, to remind ourselves to be fully awake and present to what is happening now. Pick a few ordinary activities from your daily life that you can turn into ‘mindfulness bells’, i.e. reminders to stop, step out of automatic pilot and simply be.
People often come to mindfulness wanting to ‘turn off’ their thoughts and to stop the constant brain buzz.
After a long week, it's time to create space just for yourself.
Do you ever have the experience of going to bed really tired, looking forward to a good night’s sleep, only to find yourself wide awake at 3 am? Sometimes, even when we do all the right things – avoiding stimulants, cutting down our screen time, not eating too late etc – insomnia can still kick in.
We are delighted to invite you to our Holistic & Mindfulness-Based Yoga workshop at this year's Off Grid Festival in Exeter.