What is meditation?
Guided meditation is good for anyone new to meditation, having difficulty meditating, or seeking to add a regular practice that creates a greater sense of health and well-being. Like other mind-body practices, meditation puts special focus on the connections between how brain reacts with the rest of the body, our mind, and our behaviors. While there are a variety of meditation styles, most include a quiet environment, comfortable posture, focused attention, and an open attitude.
Benefits of Guided Meditation
Meditation is not necessarily intended as a singular treatment for any one specific health or wellness related-issue but works well as part of an overall holistic approach.
Years of research supports the many positive benefits of a regular mediation practice. Meditation has been shown to help with sleep, blood pressure, chronic pain, and overall fatigue.
Additionally, a guided meditation practice can help you to experience peace and relaxation, gain new perspective, manage your stress, cultivate patience and tolerance, increase self-awareness, focus on the present, reduce negative emotions, and grow in imagination and creativity.
What to Expect
To provide the most benefit from your experience your practitioner will not take a “one- size fits all” approach.
Your practitioner will work with you to understand your goals and intentions for meditation. You practitioner will then design a practice from one or a variety of meditation styles such as mindfulness, sound meditation, ecomeditation, imagery and visualization to create experience that best fits your unique needs.