Meditation Education Series

What Can Meditation Do For You?

Meditation is an approach to training the mind, similar to the way that fitness is an approach to training the body. It’s a practice that can benefit EVERYBODY, but it can often feel challenging or intimidating for people who are trying it for the first time. That’s why I’m offering a special email series to help guide you through the basics.

Meditation not only benefits your mental health but has been proven to improve aspects of your physical health as well. There are thousands of studies documenting the positive impacts of mindfulness and meditation. Mental impacts include increased focus, compassion, and a sense of calm. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University found that meditation can help to ease the psychological symptoms of depression, anxiety, and pain related to stress.

Practicing meditation helps to ease stress by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system and counteracting stress hormones. In fact, people who meditate regularly have learned to condition their bodies to relax on demand, which helps manage stress more directly.

Meet Holli Bassin, Facilitator of the Meditation Commitment Email Series

Holli Bassin is a functional medicine health coach, author and speaker. She helps clients reverse the root causes of disease using nutrition, education and holistic intervention. Holli supports individuals and families; integrating healthier functional nutrition and lifestyle options into daily lives to enable better choices. This has been proven to increase focus, improve energy levels, better sleep patterns and reverse chronic Dis-Ease. It also helps to decrease food cravings, manage stress levels, and maintain a healthier balance in all areas of your life.

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New to Meditating? Start Here

With so many techniques to choose from, where do you start? By joining in my Meditation Commitment email series, you’ll get the opportunity to explore different methods of meditating while using me as a resource to ask questions and gain support along the way.

Meditation isn’t about turning off your thoughts or feelings. It’s about learning to observe them without judgment. It’s a skill that needs to be practiced over time, and will likely make you feel uncomfortable when you first get started. If you’re new to meditation and want to learn more about the history of how it’s evolved as well as ways to incorporate it into your routine, this is a fantastic place to start.

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