Mindfulness Walking

Mindfulness walking with Mel

Being outside and teaching Mindfulness is so enriching and healing. It connects us to our natural authentic self and allows us to breathe and let go. Just allowing yourself to let go creates space for new things to enter our awareness and this is how Mindfulness then becomes a part of what we do. Imagine not brushing your teeth or forgetting to breathe. As we let go of old habits we plant the seeds of new habits. We begin to notice through our senses the beauty around us and we learn to focus our awareness on the positive things. This changes our reality and ultimately changes our life. There are many techniques to develop an inner calm

For most of us walking is as natural as the breath we take. On a mindfulness walk we calm the mind using the breath and allow the rhythm of our step to bring us effortlessly into a place of being present.

Our time together is an enriching nurturing healing space. A time for you to connect with your true self. Away from the distractions this is a time of discovery and realisation. We are not our thoughts and we can change how we experience our thinking. This opens up huge potential and space for creativity and wonderful transformation.

The health benefits of walking and being in nature are long researched. Think how much better you feel after being in the park or walking along a road lined with trees. Combining all of this with mindfulness  is healing and enriching.

Our lives are speeding up, and for many this is overwhelming. Stress is the number one use of most major illness. Combining walking and mindfulness is a perfect way to experience calm, and practiced regularly will bring many health benefits. Taking time to be quiet connects us to our soul which has a powerful influence over our wellbeing and sense of purpose. Read about Meditation 

I’m sure many of you reading this will have been on a walk and had an aha moment. Walking enhances creativity which has been realised for centuries by writers and creatives. It is a way to experience and see from a  different perspective.

The inhalation and exhalation of breath and the pace of our step are like an ebb and flow of the tide and  chime with our spiritual wellbeing. When we feel stuck walking is a great way to shift energy and when we feel lethargic is wakes us up . Put simply it makes us feel good.

I have been developing ways to teach mindfulness outdoors and in nature for years. I believe its a great way to learn in a relaxed and informal environment. I know that when something is fun and you feel the experience you are more likely to use it.

We begin with grounding and connecting to the earth and then to our breath. We use many tried and perfected ways to teach and experience mindfulness. I want you to leave an event with a tool box of ways you can calm the chattering mind and draw upon the many ways you have experienced on a walk. People love the visualisations and the meditation we offer.

Mindfulness through Movement enhances creativity, and calms the mind. It connects us  in so many positive ways to the space around us and to yourself. As you realise you can change your thinking and change the way you see through adapting these techniques.

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Our Mindfulness events have been commissioned by companies, charities, festivals and galleries teaching mindfulness through movement where we encourage participants to experience things differently. Go to  Clients and Events