Free Weekly Mindfulness

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Half way through the holidays already!
 
☀️Thursday I run a mindfulness workshop for kids. Improve attention and focus, worry less sleep better, have a happy life!
Sign up soon!
☀️☀️Tawa All Good Coloures are meeting up again this Sunday, you are so welcome to join us!
☀️☀️☀️Tuesday evenings Creative Mindfulness starts again after the holidays. A great safe space to maintain or increase your wellbeing!!
 
>>>>>Workout starts here:
 
Every holiday I notice how fast days are going by!!
It’s easy to get absorbed by daily chores, looking after everybody, without doing anything specific, or without doing anything just for you!
 
However you need a break too, even if it is 5 minutes!! Mindfulness is also taking care of yourself. You have to fill your batttery so you can keep going.
 
There are some great apps you can put on your phone to help you doing something daily, to benefit your self. I challenge you to pick just one of them, and try to use them for a week. 
 
Love to hear what you app you pick!!
Have a great week,
M
 
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Healthy Mind, Happy Heart

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Free Weekly Mindfulness

📌Kids Workshop Mindfulness is next week Thursday!

Email monique@easynowmindfulness to register your children!

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Hope you had a nice long weekend! We were home, spending some time together, no pressure, no stress.
One of the attitudes of mindfulness is to be non-judgmental.
We are judging all the time and this keeps us safe when we are crossing a road.
However we often judge out of habit, and this can affect how we feel. Judging ourselves negatively, or judging others in a negative way, gives us negative feelings and makes us feel disconnected from others.
So this week, try to be aware of your judging, and if you can, try to change your mind into judging a little less, so you feel a little happier.
Have a great week!
🌷Healthy Mind Happy Heart

Free Weekly Mindfulness Workout

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It’s nearly holidays! I will run a Mindfulness workshop for KIDS on the Thursday morning, let me know if you are interested!!
 
When you practice mindfulness, you will learn to notice all the chitter chatter going on in your mind, and that is great!
This gives you the opportunity to sit back and let it be just that, inner chatter!!
You don’t have to take every thought that pops up in your mind so serious!
You might also notice how easily one thought leads to another thought and how your feelings follow your thoughts along.
 
This week take some time every day to just sit and watch that inner chatter. Don’t analyse it, just notice.
 
Your mind can be like a snowglobe, if you put it down, the glitter will settle like your mind will settle if you just take a break and watch it!
 
Making a glitter jar is a great way to explain this to children, and watching the glitter settle can have a very calming effect on children.
 
Here’s an easy way to make one. Show me your picture if you make one!
 
http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Calming-Glitter-Jars/ This is also where the picture above is from.
 
Have a great week,
M
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Healthy Mind Happy Heart
 

Grateful in April Free Mindfulness Workout

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🌷Free Mindfulness Workout 🌷
 
It’s Grateful in April again!
It’s also the last week of the Creative Mindfulness on Tuesday, pm if you want to tag along or want to sign up for the May clasess!
 
At last!! I have a Mindfulness for Kids (preteens) in the holidays! Sign up quick as this will fill up fast 🙂
 
This week start and end every day by reminding yourself of three things you are grateful for. Doesn’t have to be big things! On a bad day you can just be thankful for being able to get out of bed 🙂
 
Have a great week!
M.
 
Healthy Mind Happy Heart
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ps: Grateful in April is a global campaign to get people focused on feeling good about what they’ve already got in their lives. It’s amazing what can occur when you find ways to be grateful for what you have. It was started by Melina Schamroth. You can find all about it on the Grateful in April website and Facebook page!