Committing to practice mindfulness meditation takes dedication and discipline.
It is a slow but rewarding process.
Our minds play tricks on us when it comes to implementing something new into your routine.
It’s super important to be on the lookout for these 10 common traps that can put the kibosh on your meditation practice so you can challenge the narrative and reach your goals. .
Do you think meditation is always relaxing? Are you confused about if yoga is a religious practice? Keep reading because we have set the record straight with 6 common misconceptions of mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.
Whenever starting a new endeavor, there is sure to be a lot of questions.
Don’t worry, we got you covered!
In this article you will find common FAQs that reflect how Mindful Yoga Project approaches mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.
Keep reading to stay in the know.
Humans have evolved to create habits in order to help conserve brain power.
If we had to think about every little thing we do daily we would be exhausted before breakfast.
Scientifically, our brain automates tasks in order to save energy for more important tasks that require our attention.
In this post I will be discussing a three part science backed habit loop that helps us form routines that become automatic and stick.
Mindfulness, meditation, and yoga have benefits that reach far beyond the mat.
Kind awareness, positive self-regard, and connecting the breath are just a few skills that develop during mindfulness, meditation, and yoga practice.
These skills can improve your relationships, decision making, and health.
As you continue your meditation practice try to remember these 6 tidbits of advice:
Hi, I'm Alyssa
Mindfulness, yoga, and herbal medicine have been fundamental to my own journey in life. I hope to share my experiences and perspectives in order to inspire and connect with others.