The Mindful Pause

Embody.  Facilitate.  Nurture.

For the past 25 years..this has been my passion project -

striving to embody & embed mindfulness into daily living to

facilitate health & well-being for family, friends, students, communities, and myself...

I've witnessed when people positively-pause and hold space for mind, body & spirit

that mindful pause transcends into the environment, communities, and beyond

It is something I'd like to share with as many people as possible

- because it changes everything... 






.Mindful Living Practices.



A practice of stillness which encourages a calm in mind, body, and spirit.


Nurture-in-Nature Immersion

Involves conscious awareness and interaction with elements of nature. 


The eight limbs of yoga include: Yama (personal integrity),

Niyama (attitudes toward self), Asana (posture & movement),

Pranayama (breath control), Pratyahara (balancing senses), Dharana (still the mind), Dhyana (meditation) & Samadhi (oneness or bliss state).


A ancient tradition of medicine originating in India that seeks to treat and integrate body, mind, and spirit using a comprehensive holistic approach especially by emphasizing diet, herbal remedies, yoga, meditation and balanced breathing.


Integrative Reflexology

An ancient technique that manipulates pressure points on the ears, hands, and feet to improve overall health and well-being.



Mindfulness is the practice of living in the present moment – in the now.


As we learn to be mindful we are likely to contemplate situations with more care,

enhancing our capacity to respond wisely and with compassion.

Mindfulness is a practice of peace, of being in harmony with all that surrounds us.

Practicing mindfulness nourishes an understanding of the interconnectedness

with everything – the world we inhabit.

A nourishing practice allows us to develop an enhanced awareness of the present,

a stillness that cultivates a mind of love, compassion, kindness and peace.

Pause – Breathe – Connect & Check-in with your Mind, Body & Spirit.


If you would like to know more about mindful living practices - 

I'd love to talk to you...connect with me here.

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