An Ancient Practice Backed Up By Modern NeuroscienceApr 01, 2021
Both mindfulness and nature interactions are ancient practices that were known for their beneficial health and well-being effects.
More recent research has shown that mindfulness can assist with improved attention, emotional regulation and self awareness as well as depression and chronic pain. Nature experiences have been shown to increase energy and vitality, improve immune systems and promote life satisfaction and happiness.
Latest neuroscience is also finding that by combining mindfulness and nature connection in a 'rewilding' experience, there is a greater restorative effect on the mind and body, sharper sensory acuity, enhanced presence and connectedness and more positive mood.
Mindful nature connection can also promote a more profound reconnection with ourselves and others, deeper feelings of compassion and a beneficial relationship with the environment that can lead to environmental awareness and sustainable choices.
Would you like to find out more about mindful nature connection and to begin practicing today?
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This webinar will introduce the core concepts of nature-based mindfulness and give you practices you can use straight away to get more in touch with your body and the natural environment around you. Includes Theory, practical activities, and meditations.
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