Inflammation is a common cause of pain, however it is easily preventable with small changes to your daily life. Inflammation is when the body attacks foreign substances in an attempt to heal itself, releasing white blood cells and histamines. While headache or joint pain may seem like isolated incidents specific to the area in pain,…
Deborah Norris, Ph.D. is author of In the Flow: Bridging the Science and Practice of Mindfulness, and Editor-in-Chief of MindBodyJournal.com. Dr. Norris is Founder of The Mindfulness Center™, based in Washington, D.C. She is Psychologist-in-Residence and Director of the Psychobiology of Healing Program at American University, and past professor at Georgetown University Medical School. Renowned for her online meditation teacher programs, The Science of Mindful Awareness (SOMA), Dr. Norris is an internationally recognized speaker and educator on mindfulness, yoga, and integrative mind-body therapies. A health scientist with over 40 years of experience ranging from traditional medical and psychotherapeutic practices to integrative therapies and lifestyle practices, she teaches and conducts research in mindfulness, behavioral medicine and other holistic approaches to happiness and well-being.
Pregnancy has commonly been equated with pain and fatigue. In this day and age the pain ideology is lacking the knowledge of available techniques for easing and reducing pain during pregnancy. Prospects in Self-care approaches to health care have recognized that yoga and meditation can greatly relieve pregnant women of common labor pain. In the…
Recorded during a group meditation class at The Mindfulness Center. Thank you for joining me! In allowing our senses to open us to present moment awareness, we can explore the spontaneous unfolding of what is happening now. I invite you to make yourself comfortable as you rest in now.
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Recorded during a group meditation class at The Mindfulness Center, Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Recorded during a group meditation class at The Mindfulness Center