Yoga is a unique form of exercise with a multitude of benefits.
It matters what we rest our mind on.
When we rest our mind on difficult things- hurts, criticism, worries, or lack- the brain gets shaped in a certain way. It becomes reactive, vulnerable to the negative and zooms into a narrow focus on threat and loss.
I’m really excited to be offering a brilliant new take on Mindfulness this term.
It’s called Savouring.
The Savouring practice takes mindfulness to a whole new level. It provides a sparkling incentive, an instant gratification: it is so rewarding! It gives us a really good reason to bother practising Mindfulness.
I promise you will find this practice really enjoyable. Personally, I have found it life-changing.
Sometimes life gets too busy.
So busy that something has to give.
Due to extra family responsibilities, I’m putting this monthly mindfulness blog on hold for now. With extra travelling and father-care, getting to my desk as often as I used to is a challenge!
Meanwhile, my classes and workshops in mindfulness and yoga continue here in the Northern Rivers.
And I’m putting time into creating an e-book version of my Beginners Yoga Guide. What fun! Stay tuned for the launch later in 2018.
Thanks for your support … I’ll be back.