Slow, Grounding Flow
This practise is a slow and mindful flow with the intention of centering and grounding ourselves. It is breath-led which is an opportunity to explore how our breath can ground ourselves in movement and there is also a focus on the core as way of centering ourselves in our bodies. You will need a block and a strap.
Live At Yoga Garden Party: Mindfulness in Movement
Take some space. This meditative class invites you to take some space in your life. This is a movement meditation class for you to form mindfulness around your movements. The movements are an extension of your mindfulness practice. This is a practice of coming home, creating space and time for you. You take very gentle movements to invite you into a state of mindfulness meditation around these movements. You will start supine, with gentle leg and arm movements, then very gentle flows and ending with a lovely, long relaxation and body scan.
Mindfulness Meditation Plunging into Presence
This meditation is conducted with the eyes open. In this way and using a soft gaze, you can plunge into presence. With soft eyes, subject/object melts away. A very interesting meditation, recommended for those who have meditated before. Thanks to Flow Tunbridge Wells for providing this beautiful location for filming.
Wanting Things Too Much: Mindfulness Meditation
This short mindfulness meditation will teach you how to transform attachments, both negative and positive, into something more healthy. Perfect for a way of looking at relationships, or your relationship with anything you feel a clingyness to, you'll learn how to observe and relax with your attachment. Instead of either clinging to the positive or negative attachments, you'll be able to mindfully feel a lightness on your attachment, a technique to take into your daily life.
Wanting Things Too Much: The Theory
Transforming Anger: Mindfulness Meditation
Mindful Moment 1: The Body
Quick Fix To Calm
Have this in your yoga toolkit - its super effective at changing your mindset and bringing you calm in a matter of minutes. Practice this every day if you can. You can do this practice either lying down, it's great before bed - or on a chair if you're needing to melt away tension at work.
10 Min Meditation Break: Sensory Awareness
Mindfulness 4: Stilling The Mind
Mindfulness 3: Handling Difficult Emotions
Unstick difficult emotions in the third of our mindfulness series. Discover why we avoid negative or difficult emotions and how this prevents us from dealing with them effectively. Toby's mindfulness exercise will help you to benevolently accept, experience and release difficult emotions.
Mindfulness 2: Positive Psychology
The second in Toby's mindfulness series begins with a talk on what the challenges are to focusing on positive states of mind; why we struggle with it so often and what we can do to change that around through mindfulness. This is followed by a mindfulness exercise to help you focus on the good in your life.