Mindful Moments: Simple Daily Practices in 10 Minutes or Less

The latest blog from Elaine Economou is now posted on the popular website, Sixty and Me.

Do you have a mindfulness routine? A lot of us would automatically associate mindfulness with meditation and we’d be right. Meditation is a form of mindfulness, but it’s not the only way to be mindful. Mindfulness can include movement too. Things like breathing routines, gentle exercise, simple movements, and a variety of activities that connect the mind and the body. In this short video, Elaine will introduce you to mindfulness and mindful movement and how it has positive and lasting effects on the entire body.


Getting started with mindful movement

Read the full blog for our list of 10 simple mindful moments to get you started. Each of them takes 10 minutes or less and they are designed to mix and match throughout your day. You’ll be on your way to starting your own mindfulness practice in no time.

Move more, feel better

It takes time to build a new habit or routine. Start by adding one or two of these activities to your day and add more as you can. When you’re ready to expand on this simple list of activities, a movement professional can help you learn to dive deeper into your mindful movement practice. Join us in our Ann Arbor, MI studio for private or small group classes. You’re also invited to enjoy a free trial of interactive livestream classes. Whichever path is right for you, support the activities you love to do in life by starting your personal movement journey today.

About Elaine Economou

Elaine Economou

Elaine Economou helps people move with ease, strength, and joy. Her passion is empowering people to understand their unique bodies to build strength, and do more of what they love. As co-founder of MOVE Wellness®, Elaine leads a global movement community of clients in high-caliber, in-studio, and interactive livestream training

Find all of Elaine’s Sixty and Me blogs on her author page.

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