wellness Coaching and Behaviour Consulting
Meditation (Yoga Nidra)
Meditation (Yoga Nidra)
The popularity of mediation is growing as more people are discovering its benefits. Once considered fringe psychology, meditation is now routinely recommended by practitioners for its potential health benefits. This can include improved mood or outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns and even increased pain tolerance. Meditation has also been shown to reduce symptoms in people with stress-triggered medical conditions.
For the newly curious, Meditation is a precise technique for resting the mind and attaining a state of consciousness that is totally different from the normal waking state, and is often used to increase awareness of yourself and surroundings.
As a specialist in behaviour and behaviour change theory, I am drawn to the precision and science of meditative practice, however, despite the technical sounding nature of this description Yoga NIdra Meditation might be the most relaxing and blissful thing you have ever experienced!
"The elements of mindfulness, namely awareness and nonjudgmental acceptance of one's moment-to-moment
experience, are regarded as potentially effective antidotes against
common forms of psychological distress – rumination, anxiety, worry,
fear, anger, and so on – many of which involve the maladaptive
tendencies to avoid, suppress, or over-engage with one's distressing
offer meditation sessions to my clients as either a stand alone practice, or as part of a more comprehensive coaching and wellness program.
Even a few sessions can help you develops
mental discipline and willpower and can help you avoid triggers for unwanted impulses. This can help you recover from addiction, lose weight and redirect other unwanted habits.
What if you could achieve a sense of calm, no pharmaceutical company could duplicate? Would you try it?
it is called Yoga Nidra
One of my goals is to teach my clients how to respond, rather than to react, to their emotions and thoughts no matter their state of mind and body. I teach the techniques step-by step, and practice by practice. It is easy to follow, and almost impossible to do wrong.
These effects ranged from increased subjective well-being, reduced psychological symptoms and emotional reactivity, to improved regulation of
coping with difficult or unwanted cognitive and emotional experiences seems to play a vital role in predicting long-term weight loss success.
mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions seek to change one's relationship to unwanted thoughts, feelings, or bodily sensations, as opposed to trying to change or control them