Move from daydreaming, rumination, unhelpful self-talk to being
efficient, effective and present.
Meditation makes your mind strong and powerful.
You need a strong and powerful mind to be yourself in this world!
Fabulous, excellent, powerful! Just what I was looking for - something I can return to anytime it suits my day, week. I really appreciate your work in the presentation Caroline.
Access a range of guided meditation practices, tailored and instructed by a Yoga Therapist. The techniques cover a range of approaches and yogic traditions (see current content below). New practices are added regularly.
The practices are chosen because of their capacity to enhance your mood, focus your brain behaviour, improve your emotional energy and/or promote calm.
The practices vary in length from 5 – 30 minutes, are suitable for beginner to intermediate students, and no prior yoga experience is required.
These practices are guided in sitting however many can be done lying down. Recordings are a variety of audio and video mediums.
Some of the demonstrated benefits of meditation
Access a 3 day trial and initial sign-up is for 3 months
Some of the demonstrated benefits of meditation:
The techniques include:
You may be surprised to know that:
There are benefits to you
less appointments and more available time and money for yourself! With consistent practice of the various techniques, you can self-manage many physical, emotional and mind issues that arise day-day.
About your Yoga Therapist – Caroline Giles
I’ve worked in the healthcare profession for over 40 years, facilitating others to health, well-being and wholeness. This has included working in young adult neurological rehabilitation, facilitating national health research, professional writing for online mediums and quality systems management. Now as a Yoga Therapist (with a yoga business of some 15 years) I work with clients in group classes and privately for yoga therapy, who learn healthy ways to manage their injuries, health conditions, thoughts, moods and emotions for the long term.
It is always important to seek medical guidance before commencing any new form of movement practice. Similarly if you have had a break from practising yoga or a recent change in your physical or health circumstances (like surgery), it is important to obtain an opinion.
This learning does not, and should not, replace your need for specific medications, other medical advice/ interventions, behavioural counselling and/ or nutritional support.
You may find though that with continued practice and awareness, your level of medication lowers or that your attendance with other health practitioners reduces. If you are uncertain about proceeding, please contact me or speak with your health practitioner.