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Mindful Mornings: Free mindfulness sessions online starting August 9

Let’s do some mindfulness sessions together next week. I am running a series of free online mindfulness sessions called Mindful Mornings, sign up here for the link to join us:

Mindful Mornings: Register here

We are living through a very difficult time right now, with so many of us in lockdown and still so much uncertainty and upheaval due to this Covid-19 pandemic.

The stress of living this way certainly takes it toll on the body.

When you are constantly feeling stress or anxiety lingering just beneath the surface, your whole experience of life can suffer.

A small dose of anxiety is part of life. It is when it becomes an ongoing way of functioning that it takes its toll on our bodies, relationships, and our mental health.

Right now most of our bodies are picking up that things are depressing or uncertain; there is a context of danger and therefore we are not safe.

Part of this is Covid itself, part of it is the stress from disagreements people are having about how to handle the pandemic, part of it is generated by the media, but also as we are all contagious in terms of ideas and feelings, we pick up the anxiety from each other. 

Mindfulness can assist in recognising and dealing with anxiety by reminding us that all we have to do is manage the moment, one moment at a time.

If you haven’t tried mindfulness before, or you haven’t practiced it in a while, I’d like to support you to step into it gently this month and feel the benefits of a short daily practice to set you up for the day ahead (no matter what it may bring).

Starting Monday, August 9, 2021 AEST I will be running a week of free mindfulness sessions via Zoom, and I would love you to join me.

Think of these as a mini-retreat at home, 15 minutes of mindfulness training each day to reduce stress and help you feel much better.

If you would like to take part, sign up using the link below and please share this email with friends, family, colleagues so they too can benefit from a calming mindfulness practice.

Sign up for Mindful Mornings: Free daily sessions here >>



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