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.
Use your breath as a tool to bring your attention to the present moment.
A simple 5 minute breath meditation to relieve tension and help ground you in the present
Breath exercises to reduce your anxiety and focus on the positive qualities you want to cultivate
Use the breath to bring awareness and focus.
Adjust your focus and start a dialogue with the breath.
Take a cool minute to connect with the breath.
If we begin our meditation from the ground up it helps diffuse the velocity of the mind. Use the spotlight of your awareness to get a feeling of the body breathing.
Mindfulness of the heart practice with a twist: open up to an awareness of sensations and feelings.
A metta or loving kindness meditation to strengthen your heart. Emphasis on relaxation, your breath and calming the mind.
A meditation using the breath as a healing force to focus and channel strong emotions.
Create a sense of calm and ease in your day. Move away from distraction by returning to the breath.
Need a ten minute stress break? Learn to work with anxiety and difficult mental states by coming back to the breath.
Develop a relationship with your breath in order to remove stress with this meditation that increases calm and de-stresses your body and mind.
Not the normal breath class! This session incorporates a Tibetan breathing technique known as the Nine Fold Clearing.
A breath practice aimed at moving away from distraction so you can focus on the present moment on and off the meditation seat.
Take a breath and learn to relax! This dive into mindfulness practice will give you the space you need.
Heading into a stressful meeting? Try this quick meditation for calming your nerves.
A short check in with the breath so as to stay grounded throughout your day.
Find focus and inspiration through this breath focused meditation.
Take a one minute breath break in your day!
A short meditation to develop awareness and improve clarity.
Check in with yourself in this mini meditation, focusing on the breath.
The breath is the most portable meditation device, because you always have it with you. Learn the basic shamatha, or calm-abiding meditation, that allows you to be more present in your day.
Learn the RAIN technique for working with strong emotions so that you are more able to remain present and embodied.