Modern life is filled with stress, daily routine, and other challenges that lead to an unbalanced emotional condition.
As October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month arrives, Transform Method is launching a new programme of gentle, inclusive yoga classes online.
Meditation can help to bring our bodies back to equilibrium, and support us in our efforts to overcome the life-altering impact of anxiety disorders.
It has been well documented that the regular practice of mindfulness and meditation is highly beneficial for our mental, physical and spiritual health.
Mental health holds a lot more weight than many people care to admit.
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When university students learn specific techniques for managing stress and anxiety, their well-being improves across a range of measures.
An ad-free Buddhist meditation app, Plum Village, has launched a major upgrade on Apple and Android to make meditation inclusive for all.
Meditation was linked to lower cardiovascular risk in a data analysis by Veterans Affairs researchers and colleagues.
These may sound simple but sometimes we just need a reminder of how easy it can be to make changes that help to manage our stress levels.
Meditation is a mental exercise which act as a coach for creating attention and awareness.
Journaling is a meditative practice too. It’s particularly helpful for those moments when quieting your mind from all the concerns is a real challenge.
Sophrology, a popular self-help method in continental Europe, uniquely combines Western science and Eastern wisdom.
As someone just starting meditation, all the different meditation styles can seem overwhelming.
Just being outdoors doing nothing in a clean and healthy environment is great enough.
Over the last few decades, Western psychology has adopted mindfulness meditation and self-compassion practices.