Mind + Body

Mindful Coping Skills & Exercises

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    1. Introduction to Mindful Awareness
    A lesson with Dr. Jamie
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    Learn how to pay attention to your surroundings, your body, and your breath with this relaxing lesson on mindful awareness.

    Learn how to pay attention to your surroundings, your body, and your breath with this relaxing lesson on mindful awareness.

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    2. Self-Healing Reiki Massage
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    In this lesson, learn about how energetic massage can be used to transition into and out of stressful experiences in life.

    In this lesson, learn about how energetic massage can be used to transition into and out of stressful experiences in life.

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    3. "Monkey Tap" Bodywork to Self-Soothe
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    The monkey tap, also known as the butterfly hug, is a helpful exercise to keep in your toolkit of coping skills. It can create a sense of comfort and ease.

    The monkey tap, also known as the butterfly hug, is a helpful exercise to keep in your toolkit of coping skills. It can create a sense of comfort and ease.

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    4. Pressure Points for Anxiety Relief
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    Pressure points can be a useful coping skill to return to in moments of anxiety. To that end, this lesson explores several pressure points to choose from.

    Pressure points can be a useful coping skill to return to in moments of anxiety. To that end, this lesson explores several pressure points to choose from.

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    5. Boundary Setting with Mindfulness
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    Yoga mudras, also known as yoga of the hands, are used in this mindful lesson on how to establish boundaries and channel assertiveness.

    Yoga mudras, also known as yoga of the hands, are used in this mindful lesson on how to establish boundaries and channel assertiveness.

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3 Comments
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Will A
Questions that must be answered every minute to continue does not lend itself to meditation. All questions should come at the end of the lesson...
Abby C
Agreed! This is very distracting to the meditation
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Jean M
Most of us think we're too busy to sit quietly and meditate, but we should take time. I liked your history of the word mindfulness, learned something new, Again!
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