Take a moment to ask yourself how you’re feeling today? A little tired? Perhaps you’re stressed? Worried about a meeting? Feeling frustrated or frazzled?What if you had the capacity to improve the way you’re feeling right now simply by changing how you’re breathing?
Picture this scenario: You have made the decision to start something new: to exercise more, begin meditating, or eat more healthily. So, how do you start?
You might have heard the latest phrase: Sitting is the new smoking. The problem is less about sitting itself, and more about the lack of movement and activity that occurs when you spend the day sitting.
What is mindfulness? Mindfulness, defined by meditation teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn is “awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally”. Simply put, it is focussing your awareness on whatever is taking place in the present moment.
More is more. Right? Science has shown us that the most productive employees weren’t the one’s that worked the longest, they were in fact the ones that took regular breaks. Understand how to optimise your breaks to get the most out of your day.
Breathing isn’t something we often give much thought to. Right? But our breath is the most accessible tool we have to change the way we’re feeling. A few conscious breaths can calm an anxious mind, improve your clarity, and re-energise the body.
In a world of where we juggle responsibilities and increasing demands, it’s no surprise that rates of work related stress and burnout are on the rise. Building a culture of wellness at work has become something of a necessity.
Workday Cues The following are possible cues you can use to prompt a new habit. We usually have the most consistent routines in the morning, so it might be easier to incorporate your rebalancing habit into your morning. When I sit down at my desk for the first time After I open my computer for […]