A journey to explore Mindfulness (part 2 – breathing)

MBSR is based on group work to build progressive awareness of mindfulness. The main parts are mindful meditation, body scanning and simple yoga postures.During body scanning, awareness is raised on various parts of the body from toes to the top of the head, moving gently and slowly from one to the other. Mindfulness is theContinue reading “A journey to explore Mindfulness (part 2 – breathing)”

Meditation 30/11/20

Pilates with Lucy evening meditation and On Demand Studio for members. “With our thoughts we make the world” – Buddha I moved to London in 2008. I started to meditate back then to reconnect with my spiritual and introspective side and face the daily stress in the city. It has been a challenging time andContinue reading “Meditation 30/11/20”

A journey to explore Mindfulness (part 1)

“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life,conquer life, live in the moment, and live in the breath” – Amit Ray. Mindfulness can be beneficial both for mental and physical health. Concentration, focus and acceptance are a very key part of it. What does it mean to be mindful?It means to honour oneself andContinue reading “A journey to explore Mindfulness (part 1)”

Don’t forget to breathe!

Great reminder from my amazing Pilates teacher Lucy during the classes! “This is life, one breath at the time” Sharon Salzberg.Breathing is a very basic and essential function of the body. Yet much neglected. The 3 minute Breathing Space is a very popular practice developed by Mark Williams, John Teasdale and Zindal Zegalis (founders ofContinue reading “Don’t forget to breathe!”

3 fundamental mindsets to avoid “isolearning”

I was watching a video by a famous coach (so much inspiration by coaches from other industries!). I keep looking at ways to improve and work on my own self-development.If the title caught your attention, it means that you are willing to elevate your language learning and avoid “isolearning” (which might make the current self-isolationContinue reading “3 fundamental mindsets to avoid “isolearning””