Mindful Monday

With so many alerts, messages, and notifications competing for our attention, it’s harder than ever to be present in the moment. That’s why it’s so important to start your week with a mindful Monday.

Incorporating mindfulness into your daily life helps you concentrate your attention on the sensations around you. By focusing on your thoughts, feelings, and sensations, you can achieve a state of calm absent of self-judgment. But mindfulness is more than just a greater sense of awareness; an individual can use this heightened state of focus to bring about positive behavior change.

The Mindful Monday package is designed to support the health-related goals of your organization, community, or workplace by teaching users how to carve out moments of mindfulness throughout the week. The 12-week series includes a collection of practices that can help individuals of all experience levels use mindfulness to strengthen the mind-body connection, stay focused, detach thoughts from emotions, and avoid burnout. Make Monday the day to calm the mind and embrace the moment.

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Mindful Monday Package

Download our 12-week Mindful Monday package and start incorporating a variety of mental wellness techniques for staying present and reducing anxiety into your daily routine.

Get Mindful this Monday

Mindfulness is a form of meditation that involves concentrating intensely on the sensations around you. By bringing focus to one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, mindfulness can be used to achieve a state of calm without self-judgement.
One of the best ways to become more grounded in the moment is to just pay attention to the sensations of your body and the environment around you.
Mindfulness practices are great tools for stress management, but when and where are you supposed to do them? Try fitting mindfulness into your schedule with these simple suggestions.
The next time you feel overwhelmed, take a trip to a local park, trail, or wooded area and focus on all of the sights, smells, and sounds of the world around you.
Mindful walking is a great way for busy people to incorporate a meditation practice into their weekly routine – it just requires bringing a different quality of attention to something you’re already doing.
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Translating ambiguous feelings into words can help you react to them more productively. Research suggests that verbalizing negative emotions lessens their intensity and makes them distracting.
Meditation has been used for centuries to train the mind to be more calm, focused, and resilient. This Monday, adopt a strategy for progressive meditation by building up your ability minute-by-minute
If you find yourself in need of a quiet, slow moment amidst a storm of chaos and noise, single-pointed concentration might be a great solution. This practice has roots in Buddhist meditation, but even if you’re not spiritual you can still appreciate the focus and concentr...
Here’s a simple technique to help you unravel the stress that often builds up in your body. From tight shoulders to tense toes, a body scan mindfulness practice might be just the thing.
Using meditation and mindfulness is a proven way to increase self-regulatory behavior and detach from sources of stress and negativity.
The goal of the 5-4-3-2-1 Grounding Technique is to use the five senses to focus on the moment and avoid multiple anxious thoughts.
Pairing the concept of habit stacking with DeStress Monday will make you proactive in adding more calming and meditative behaviors to your daily schedule.