Mindfulness for Students [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

To give you more information about mindfulness, here is a comprehensive infographic where you will learn about the benefits of mindfulness and find out how mindfulness can impact your academic performance including six mindfulness techniques to boost your concentration. Mindfulness for Students [Infographic] — ecogreenlove Continue reading Mindfulness for Students [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

Zenful Spirit: 9 Key Tactics for Mindfulness — ecogreenlove

Do you know that stress and anxieties can overburden your mind with incessant worries? However, do you know that being mindful could somehow help you decrease your mental health disabilities? A strong mindfulness exercise can make a big change when it comes to modifying some of this stress. Mindfulness is all about feeling and seizing the present moment. You can be more aware of your … Continue reading Zenful Spirit: 9 Key Tactics for Mindfulness — ecogreenlove

What is Forest Bathing? And tips on how to DIY

Forest Bathing or Shinrin-Yoku is essentially a mindfulness practice where you take in the forest atmosphere during a leisurely walk, providing a bridge back to the natural world. Forest Bathing is a therapy that was developed in Japan during the 1980s to promote wellbeing and healing as a preventive form of health care. Different to simply going for a hike in nature, Forest Bathing encourages … Continue reading What is Forest Bathing? And tips on how to DIY

28 Days of Mindfulness to beat the Winter Blues [Visuals] — ecogreenlove

There is a growing awareness around mental health and at this time of year, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can become a real problem, as can the less serious winter blues. Seasonal Affective Disorder is depression occurring at specific times of the year, usually Autumn and Winter although some can be effected during Spring and Summer. Luckily there are lots of things that can be done … Continue reading 28 Days of Mindfulness to beat the Winter Blues [Visuals] — ecogreenlove

Thought Fest: Free festival explores innovation, sustainability and mindfulness

Thought Fest is a free festival of innovation, sustainability and mindfulness. The festival, which takes place in Regent’s Place near London’s Great Portland Street until 6 October, invites festival-goers to explore new ways to look after their wellbeing and learn how to create a more sustainable future. Thought Feat features a host of activities and events for all ages. The events include a pop-up gallery … Continue reading Thought Fest: Free festival explores innovation, sustainability and mindfulness

Circles in the Sand labyrinth beach experience supports mindfulness

Circles in the Sand is a labyrinth experience on a beach in Bandon, Oregon where participants can walk the beach art circles as a means of meditation, transformation and healing. The walkable sandy path, created by Labyrinth artist Denny Dyke, was conceived of in 2015 to allow people to experience the benefits of taking some time just to be themselves. The Labyrinth is an ancient path, … Continue reading Circles in the Sand labyrinth beach experience supports mindfulness

Mindfulness programme helps move youth in San Fransisco out of homelessness

California is awash with yoga and meditation studios but there is one, unique class taking place in San Francisco that is reaching out to and providing mindfulness teachings to an often neglected community, at-risk and homeless young people. The UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, in partnership with Larkin Street Youth Services, has developed an innovative mindfulness programs for at-risk and homeless youth. The mindfulness course, … Continue reading Mindfulness programme helps move youth in San Fransisco out of homelessness

Erased Tapes Sound Gallery: Experiencing music with mindfulness

Erased Tapes Sound Gallery – a communal space that encompasses a recording studio, a café and a record shop without the pretence of either – has opened its doors in east London with the purpose to enable people to truly experience music in the present. Open to the public over weekends only, Erased Tapes Sound Gallery is the brainchild of Robert Raths, label boss of … Continue reading Erased Tapes Sound Gallery: Experiencing music with mindfulness

January Tonic

Quantum Touch practitioner Debbie Giles gives Life & Soul Magazine her top tips for implementing basic changes to your wellbeing for January… Never say never! I’m never gonna drink again, the never agains, making a big announcement in January can set us up to fall. By incorporating some goodness into your everyday life not just for your January plan but for your lifestyle plan, will … Continue reading January Tonic