Mindfulness Stress Reduction Sessions

Experience a private one-on-one relaxing healing session to reduce the side-effects of stress through mindfulness, breath, meditation and gentle yoga techniques.

Do you want learn how to de-stress?

Then my Mindfulness Stress Reduction Sessions are a great place to start.

With each 90 minute session you will experience a private mindfulness relaxation session specially designed for you. I will supply you with some hand-outs of the Mindfulness techniques used so you to work on at home to further your healing.

I offer these sessions either as a private one-on-one class or remotely through Zoom or Skype.

Check out How Meditation Can Save Your Life By Reducing Stress

In our sessions we will utilize some of the following techniques:

  • Grounding / Centering / Body Scan Meditation
  • Gentle Yoga / Mindful Movement
  • Breath Awareness
  • Guided Meditation of the Body, Emotions, Sensations and Thoughts
  • Simple Meditation
  • Mindful Guided Relaxation

Through movement and meditation clients learn to increase their ability to:

  • Cope with stress, pain, and the challenges of everyday life
  • Deal with disturbing events with grace and composure
  • Be fully present and alive in this moment

Clients experience:

  • Reduce muscle tension
  • Increased pain management
  • Less anxiety and feelings of panic
  • improve overall quality of life and relationships

Breath awareness is a mindfulness exercise that focus on bringing awareness to the process of breathing.

Body scan meditations invite you to move your focus of attention around the body, being curious about your experience and observing any sensations that you become aware of.

My sessions are inspired by my Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training, the works of Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s, Kundalini and Yoga and Yoga Nidra.

To book your next Appointment

Contact me to set up a date and time at 613.523.3856 or email me info@jasvinderyoga.com for more information.

What is Mindfulness Practice?

Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. When you’re mindful, you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience.

Mindfulness is the quality of attention we bring to the events in our lives. It is the process of bringing our awareness to what we are doing at the time we are doing it. It is purposely being engaged in our actions, feelings, physical sensations, and thoughts. Becoming aware of where our attention is, we can bring it back gently to its original intention, return gently to our original purpose. This increases our choices in a situation, preventing automatic reactions from diverting us from our path.

Living skillfully requires attention to this moment. Past and future guide our choices, however the present is the only space where we can fully engage with life.

Mindfulness is the open stance we take in this moment permitting recognition of a wide range of choices available to us.

Practice reveals nuances of change in ourselves and our environment.  It alerts us to adjust our actions, speech, and thoughts appropriately.

Mindfulness Helps to Combat Stress
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/meditation-modern-life/201111/mindfulness-helps-combat-stress