Updated: May 30
Practice conscious breathing exercise. Alternate nostril breathing is very beneficial to bring balance to a busy day.
Consider Conscious breath focus for 5 minutes at a time.
Choose good sleep hygiene. Maintain regular bedtimes, turning off all screens 30 minutes before bedtime.
Practice Ayurvedic self-massage; at least three times per week with a warm sesame oil. This will help to balance off excess energy.
Practice any form of meditation for 10 - 15 minutes. Try meditating around 6:00 am; there is inherent silence and calmness around that time of the day.
Choose relaxation techniques such as visual imagery of a relaxing place with deep breathing or progressive muscle relaxation.
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Monica is a wife and mother of two teenagers. Passionate founder of Zazen Meditation & Self-care Studio. She is a firm believer in the physical and spiritual healing of meditation. Monica shares her passion by empowering individuals in her community, facilitating workshops in Mindfulness, Holistic self-care and Emotional regulation. Under the umbrella of Mindfulness practices, Ayurveda Care, Yoga Therapy and Conscious Breath Work, Monica supports her clients by offering guidance in their healing journey.
Monica is trained in Akhanda- Hatha classical yoga , Ayurveda and Yoga Therapist, Restorative Yoga for emotional balance, Healing meditation, Mantra and Mindfulness based stress reduction. Monica is a strong advocate for mental health in her community to break the stigma. Extensively collaborates with the non-profit organization, Youth Mental Health Canada.
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