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10 days of mindfulness

In this short course you will learn 10 different techniques that will help you be more mindful in your day-to-day life, in order to be more present and to find your own flow in life. There is one short video to watch every day, preferably in the morning. There are exercises that last all day in combination with simple yinyoga positions that you can do any time throughout the day. 

Start the course today by clicking on the first video below!

Active listening is a technique that is used for example in sharing circles, and it is an effective way to be present and also to connect with the people around you, close family as well as acquaintances. 

The childs position is one of the most meditative yin yoga positions and it really helps body and mind to recover and release into the pose and the present moment. Just breath!

Starting the day quietly with reflection and a clear  intention can really put you in the right mood and save your day. Ask yourself one important question; What do I need?

Inversions can be relaxing and help you release tension and calm the mind. Legs to wall is a yinyoga position that is easy to do. Just be careful and listen to your body if you have high blood pressure. 

In yoga we seek to connect with the body, to the breath and to our surroundings. One technique to do this is to pay attention to our feet and how they are in contact with our solid earth. 

During the day your spine is probably bending forward more than it is bending backwords. The spinx is a good pose to compensate for that and to help you stay present with the flow of the breath. 

When you eat you use several senses and you are also in contact with nature, which is actually nourishing you at the moment. Choose one meal today and be present in every single step. 

This yinyoga position is a hip opener and with some props you can find yourself in a comfortable and benefical squat while having your morning coffee or why not your dinner. 

Modern technology can help us and simplify our lifes, but it can also drain us and take away basic things such as day dreaming, time for recovery and simply the beauty of doing nothing. 

Are you one of them who is making endless to-do-lists, have a tight schedule to follow and find it stressful when the day does not turn out the way you want it to? Then this could be a good practice.