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Meditations you can practice from anywhere

For those who are struggling during isolation, whether you’re in line at the supermarket or at home on the couch, now could be a good time to practice meditation.

We’re not sure how long meditation has been around for, but if you’re a sceptic, rest assured it’s a tried and tested practice of the mind. In India, the practice of meditation has been documented since several thousand years BCE, and it’s incorporated into many modalities today.

We asked one of our favourite yogis Sophie Correia about the benefits of meditation, and they include:

·      Reduction in stress and anxiety

·      Enhanced emotional health and wellbeing

·      Improved focus

·      Greater self-esteem and self-awareness

·      Improved sleep

·      Generate greater feelings of love and kindness

With this in mind, we encourage you to try a meditation or two with Sophie and see if you like it. Relax your muscles, release any inhibitions, and let your mind go. You can listen to the meditations below, or via the Insight Timer app here.

Beginner’s Breath Meditation

Join Sophie in this simple breath practice to relax and calm your mind, body, and soul in less than five minutes. It is perfect for beginners or anyone who wants to create a sense of calmness any time of the day.

Creating Inner Strength Meditation 

Want to ignite your inner strength, confidence and personal power? Join Sophie for this short practice, which starts with a simple, breath practice and then dives into a visualisation to let your inner fire flouirsh. You can enjoy it any time of day or night.

Sophie is currently providing virtual classes for pilates and yoga + meditation which you can book via her website: www.crossingxpaths.com/book

Sophie has experienced first hand the impact meditation and mindful movement has had on her ability to cope with stress and adapt to changing circumstances. She began teaching in 2009 and continued teaching throughout her corporate career before wholeheartedly deciding to pursue her wellbeing business full time in 2019. Visit Sophie’s website to find out more about her online classes, events and workshops combining yoga, pilates, meditation and sound healing.

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