The Movingness Blog

Body in mind, mind in body

Learn to manage your stress – before it manages you

lifestyle stress Jul 12, 2020

Some stress in life is normal – and a little stress can help us to feel alert,...

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How to tame your worries and return to the present moment

mind-body mindfulness yoga Jun 28, 2020

Most mind-body techniques use similar principles to change your state of mind and bring you to...

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The right way to breathe during the coronavirus pandemic

breathing meditation yoga Jun 21, 2020

“By inhaling through the nose, you are delivering NO directly into your lungs, where it...

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Weaving New Songlines – Together

ecology poetry Jun 14, 2020
 

“We are in a time of great opportunity. We are all creating our New. Now.”


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The science of waking up

awakening psychology Jun 07, 2020

“I believe that there is meaning to life. And this is not because I am religious – I...

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“Dancers,” she said, “get into the habit of breaking habits!”

dance embodiment May 18, 2020

How my dance practice became a physical experience of what it means to have the...

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What’s lost when we’re too afraid to touch the world?

embodiment senses Apr 28, 2020

Our skin is a social organ that cultivates cooperation, improves health, and enhances...

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Embracing vulnerability is the most powerful yoga

interoception yoga Apr 19, 2020
“Embracing your vulnerability is the beginning of creating a very different world that we...
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The lost art of movement and how it undermines our well-being

 
We don’t move like we used to do. How does this impact our lives and our wellbeing?

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