This week on Health Coach Answers we are continuing onto part 2 of “How to practice mindfulness.” When thinking of ways to practice mindfulness, two of the most common and used tools are breath work and meditation! These practices force us to focus not only on our physical body through breathing but also brings more focus to our mental and emotional care as well. Mediation is not only something that helps with mindfulness but can also aid in stress reduction, controlling anxiety, heighten self-awareness, lengthen attention span, improve sleep and decrease blood pressure. Lastly, one of the main reasons I believe mediation is an essential tool is that it can be done anywhere and anytime!! If you have tried mediation and found it is not for you, some other tools to practice mindfulness can be progressive muscle relaxation, therapy, journaling, taking pauses throughout the day for yourself, taking breaks from social media and getting outside. If you are wanting to see if meditation is a fit for you we have an amazing series called ‘Mindful Meditations with Justin Nassiri.’ Ask your coach for more info if you are wanting to add it to your schedule or, you can find it here
I do start each day with a walk.
Welcome to Workout Wednesdays! For the month of march I will be highlighting an exercise that is commonly done incorrect and highlight ways to make sure you have the best form and are performing these exercises in the safest way possible. Todays exercise is BICEP CURLS. Bicep curls involve a hingi...
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Tuesdays Workout 👍🏾
Taking the stairs instead of the elevator! My legs are burning baby!
Ran 2.4 miles on Saturday. biked 5 miles yesterday. hiked 3 miles today
Tomorrow is another day.
Is intermittent fasting imperative to losing weight after 50?
I just made 25 days. I can do this and get better!
Finished the mindfulness meditation track last night with the beautiful body scan and sleep meditation. The other videos with Justin were great too!