Mindfulness techniques can be used at any time of the day. They can help with sleep and relaxation and easing feelings of anxiety.
Click the links below to download the following mindfulness exercises. Once downloaded:
Thank you to Martin Stepek for providing us with the following mindfulness exercises:
Credit: Martin Stepek, https://www.martinstepek.com/
Our adapted Tai Chi is characterised by its slow, graceful, continuous movements that are gentle on the joints and muscles. It combines deep breathing and relaxation. With flowing movements and is often described as ‘meditation in motion’.
Originally developed in 13th century China, Tai Chi is now practised around the world as a health-promoting exercise. It is ideal for inactive people wanting to raise their activity levels gently and gradually.
Also, many of the Tai Chi movements can be adapted to people with a disability, including wheelchair users.
Join in with Scott from the comfort of your own home:
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