When's the last time you actually stopped and cleared your mind and just focused on something as simple as a paying attention to a meal you are about to eat and noticing it's texture, colours and smell before taking a bite, chewing your food slowly and savouring every mouthful.
We are all too busy thinking about the day's events or tomorrow and we forget to stop and enjoy the present moment.
The Live Yellow Mindfulness Program teaches us to take the time to appreciate things in life as they happen so you feel less stressed, more self aware and appreciative of your situation and those around you.
It is "The art of conscious living." It is a profound way to enhance psychological and emotional resilience, and increase the happiness and satisfaction of your life.
Every Sunday evening you will be able to access a new week's worth of Stress Reduction audio casts by Tania Pickering through your Live Yellow Dashboard. Tania will guide you through the Mindfulness program to improve your stress levels, happiness and overall wellbeing.
We will email a reminder to you each week as soon as the audio casts become available in your Dashboard for your convenience.
Saving you time so you can focus on the more important things in life.
The Mindfulness Program will take you on a journey that starts with the early understandings of meditation, leaving you in a position where you are able to harness your own mind to benefit your long term health.
Renowned psychologist Tania Pickering will help you de-stress your busy lifestyle, teach you the importance of taking time out for yourself and show you how to reach your peak performance.
Never forget the simple pleasures in life and the happiness they give to us.
Reflect on the exercise for the week. How did it make you feel? What were you thinking during those times?
We continue to focus on the simple pleasures in life. Here we introduce a new exercise for the rest of the week.
Let's show you it's possible to take time out anywhere at any time to extend your experience with this type of focus.