Learn to focus on your breathing, a meditation technique which allows you to be more calm and present in your day-to-day life. MNDFL’s signature meditation class, this practice grounds you in the here and now like a cold shower on a hot summer day.
A breath practice in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. Phrases of guidance will lead your breath.
Center the body. Allow your curiosity to follow the breath to a moment of calm.
Synching your breath to a positive quality that you wish to embody.
Learn how to hold space for yourself and others, so as to live a more genuine life from a place of peace.
Let your heart and mind settle into this moment in this short but potent meditation session.
Move through a variety of breath practices that will help to manage the mind.
Go deeper by bringing your attention to the meditative state.
Stimulate the heart and the mind to manifest a state of gratitude and map it to the rest of your life.
A quick reset using the breath.
Here with two practice sessions in one you can develop the right posture and build deep mindfuness by focusing on the breath.
Learn the best posture for mindfulness meditation and discover the difference between mindfulness and awareness.
In this unique practice, explore the somatic experience of your environment and leave feeling rooted in the breath and the present moment.
Work with a mantra and the technology of your nervous system as a way to deeply relax and still the body and mind.
Take a moment to drop into and connect with your body.
A short meditation to drop into the present, when you're nervous about a difficult phone call.
Learn four basic principles for how to show up more authentically and compassionately for your romantic partner.
Use your breath as a vehicle to return to the present moment.
Take a moment to pause ... and breathe.
Quickly clear out the cobwebs and brighten your energy.
Peacefully abide with the current state of your mind.
Greet the thoughts that enter your mind and then gracefully return to right now.
Use breath, chanting and mudras to get out of your head, gain perspective and take the finite to the infinite.
Calm the mind, settle the body and focus on the breath.
Take a moment to fill yourself with good qualities.