Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, emotions, and surrounding environment with openness and curiosity. It has a variety of research-backed impacts, including a reduction in stress, improvement in job satisfaction, emotional regulation, and focus.
People who practice mindfulness feel more calm, productive, creative, and confident. They are less likely to burn-out, and others around them feel their connection.
Supported by 30+ years of research and current neuroscience mindfulness has proved to be an effective intervention with young people in learning self-regulation. It is an effective intervention for students lacking self-control, are aggressive or impulsive.
To cope with COVID 19, I am currently offering mindfulness courses virtually for ladies and for teens.