Benefits of learning and practicing mindfulness & relaxation techniques
Develop more alertness and awareness
Be able to reach out to others satisfactorily
Experience a genuine sense of peace and tranquility
Become more self-contained and enjoy one’s own company
Retain a calm, focused state of mind in challenging moments
Therapy Harley Street supports personal accomplishment by reuniting mind and body.
Mind and body correspondence and flexibility have been for John the foundation and core philosophy of his practice. His understanding of the link between breathing, moving and states of mind derives from his own practice and study of Vipassana, Mindfulness, Moving Meditation, and Sudarshan Kriya breathing work. Yoga has been for John a major tool to increase functionality and expand range of motion.
“I felt challenged and focused. After I felt relaxed and mentally alert.” – Mike Alge. Solicitor. Marks & Clerks. I P Services.
Find out more about Mindfulness Meditation:
“Mindfulness is the awareness that emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, with compassion, and open-hearted curiosity. Through cultivating mindful awareness, we discover how to live in the present moment rather than brooding about the past or worrying about the future.”
“Mindfulness is “the intentional, accepting and non-judgmental focus of one’s attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment”, which can be trained by meditational practices derived from Buddhist anapanasati. It has been popularized in the west by Jon Kabat-Zinn with his Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program.”
“Good mental wellbeing means feeling good about life and yourself, and being able to get on with life in the way you want. You may think about wellbeing in terms of what you have: your income, home or car, or your job. But evidence shows that what we do and the way we think have the biggest impact on wellbeing.”
“Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; On purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.” – Jon Kabat-Zinn