Mindfulness is nowadays one of the most used and proven tools in prevention and reduction of stress and anxiety, in the most prestigious universities and health centers in the United States and Europe.
It is about being aware of your present experience with openness, curiosity and acceptance. This awareness without reactivity is precisely what is dismantling the automatic mechanisms that nourish stress, anxiety and much of the psychological and emotional distress.
Mindfulness training is based on different techniques that allow us to become aware of the here and now, of what is happening in the present moment in the body and the mind. Through soft stretching exercises, mindfulness meditations and proposals to bring that attention to our day to day, we will learn gradually to get in touch with our own experience, which is the gateway to greater serenity and greater harmony of body and mind.
Objectives of Mindfulness Training
- Learn to relate in a freer, healthier and more conscious way with your thoughts and emotions.
- Learn some simple techniques, scientifically endorsed, for the reduction and prevention of the disorders associated with stress and anxiety, that you can easily use in your daily life.
- Develop your ability for mindfulness and concentration and to focus your mind where you want in every moment. Improve cognitive abilities such as learning, memory and creativity.
- Improve your emotional skills and regulation, stress management, resilience and conflict resolution.
- Cultivate a more conscious relationship with your body, to promote balance and body-mind harmony.
- Improve your ability to empathize and understand others’ emotions.
Mindfulness is a tool that can be beneficial both to prevent or reduce stress and anxiety, to increase the ability for attention, to improve the management of emotions and to increase the general feeling of well-being. Therefore, those who are exposed to situations of stress or anxiety (either for work or personal reasons), as well as people who want to increase their skills and initiate or continue a process of self-knowledge can benefit from mindfulness.
Consult us without commitment and we will inform you of our next workshops.