Raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced muscle tension in your upper back, neck or shoulders. Ok good. Now, raise your hand if you’ve ever had a dizzy spell or felt exhausted for no reason. Raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced anxiety. Most of you have raised your hand and I know mine went… Continue reading Breathing Pattern Disorders Prevention
By now, we’ve all heard that mindfulness, the state of being aware of the present moment nonjudgmentally, can be attained through meditation. We also know that there are a billion different ways to meditate, such as through breathwork, visualization, mantras and even yoga. Going hand in hand with mindfulness is journaling. A lot of students… Continue reading 10 Ways to be Mindful That Aren’t Meditation or Journaling
We've all heard of burnout. In fact, many of us have experienced burnout at some point in our life. It's the exhaustion, the disengagement, it's the apathy. But, have you heard of "compassion fatigue?". If you're like most people, you enjoy helping and giving to others when they are in need. But, at times this… Continue reading When it hurts to help
I started meditating when I was a very young person. Although I didn't know that what I was doing at the time was meditation, I knew that I liked to go inside my head to relax and because it was interesting. If you think back to it, there is a good chance that you have… Continue reading My Meditation Routine
Dear Magnificent Student, I am beyond grateful for your continued support and loyalty to my brand and services. At this time I am proudly able to announce the reopening of Studio for Mindfulness on September 1st, 2020. Things have been rocky these last few months, and it’s because of the commitment you have provided me… Continue reading Grand Reopening September 1st!