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Yoga Class

The Mindfulness Facilitator

Create More Peace and Presence In Your Day.

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Would you like to add value to your coaching business?

Are you someone who would like to teach in a group setting?

Would you like to be trained by me!

If your like me and this is something you practice yourself. I would love to organise this opportunity for those who are interested in adding value for their clients and to launch this class professionally. Create interest for those who are following you on social media. I have had so many positive results adding these practices to my women's circles, one on one coaching etc....and it's a part of my life too.






Mindfulness is a type of meditation in which you focus on being intensely aware of what you're sensing and feeling in the moment, without interpretation or judgment. Practicing mindfulness involves breathing methods, guided imagery, and other practices to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.

Ways to Practice Mindfulness Right Now

Stop What You're Doing and Take a Breath. Take a moment to notice the sensation of your breath. 

  • Put Down Your Phone. 

  • Do One Thing at a Time. 

  • Find Mindful Moments in Everyday Tasks. 

  • Notice the Moves You Already Make.

Mindfulness Techniques Guaranteed to Help You Perform at Your Best

  1. Counting your breath. Sit quietly with your eyes closed or half open, clear your mind, and count your own breath without trying to change or control it. 

  2. Lengthen your exhale. Count as you breathe. 

  3. Breathe through alternate nostrils. 

  4. Make it a habit.

How Do I Start Practicing Mindfulness

  1. Find a quiet place to concentrate.

  2. Practice in a comfortable position.

  3. Always return to your breathing.

  4. Set a time limit.

  5. Create a schedule.

  6. Make mindfulness practice part of your morning routine. 

  7. Make a note of when your mind wanders. 

  8. Don't punish yourself for losing focus.




What is the purpose of mindfulness?

There is more than one way to practice mindfulness, but the goal of any mindfulness technique is to achieve a state of alert, focused relaxation by deliberately paying attention to thoughts and sensations without judgment. This allows the mind to refocus on the present moment.

Does This Sound Like What You Would Love To Teach?

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