Sessions starting at USD 95
Research has shown that people who are more mindful are generally happier and report less anxiety, symptoms of depression, anger, and worries. A higher degree of mindfulness is also associated with reduced stress and increased gratitude, hope, and vitality. Research has ALSO shown that regular exercise can provide similar benefits on top of the obvious physical benefits.
But if practicing mindfulness & regularly exercising holds such powerful potential for our wellbeing (emotionally and physically), why aren’t we all doing it every day?
The reason is often that we need more guidance and support than simply downloading an app. We need to better understand the underlying processes and research behind mindfulness. And when it comes to exercise, we need to see how regular exercise can become a part of our lifestyle and not just another chore.
My “Mindful Movement” sessions are designed to walk you through a guided mindful sessions. Learning how to better understand mindfulness and how to combine it with movement so you can experience the profound effects that both mindfulness and movement can have on your life.
My coaching sessions are perfect for you if:
1:1 Mindful Movement Session
This 1.5 hour session that walks you through some of the basic understandings of mindfulness, the affects it has on our bodies, and the benefits that can transform your life. We'll then walk through some practical applications of ways you can incorporate this into your own movement, and walk through some mindful movement together.
Book an obligation-free consultation with Michelle Frost to learn more about the session(s) offered, see how you connect, and have your questions answered.
She has 5 wonderful children, 3 gorgeous grandchildren, a fabulous husband and a couple of businesses, so knows how busy and stressful life can get! In 2014 she took her online mentoring business on the road and spent 18 months with her husband and 3 of the children and living as an expat traveling the world as international house sitters.
That experience taught Michelle a lot about the pressures of living as an expat and the need to develop mindful practices where ever you are - to live in the moment and be more present.