An introductory mindfulness practice for anyone wanting to get into mindfulness and meditation.
Learning to generate self-compassion can improve your well-being.
I love body scans. I find them a great way to get into my body, sometimes helping me relax, but more often helping me with pain management. I do remember the first time I did one though. The thought I had, “this sounds terrifying! Why would I want to move towards the pain that I’m already experiencing?!”
Using a small piece of food, we practice riding the waves of urges without giving into them.
Can you make room for your experience with pain, sadness or anxiety?
Sometimes we get “hooked” on our thoughts, which often causes anxiety and depressive ruminations. What if we could learn away to just have thoughts be thoughts, without getting hooked. This week we can…
This mindfulness practice is a grounding technique that is helpful for anxiety because it allows us to be present. Being
Getting present is so important because it allows us to not dwell on the past or future, or to only