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Embodied Mindfulness for Stress Relief

Did you know your brain has a distinct neural network for meditation?  In this talk, I break down the neuroscience of two mindstates, one for everyday thinking and one for mindfulness. Learning to identify these two mindstates will significantly improve your mindfulness practice and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. I then lead you through […]

Embodied Mindfulness on the Kent Brun Podcast

LISTEN Embodied Mindfulness ~ A guided practice and discussion with Kent Brun   

Being is Enough: The Neuroscience of Embodied Mindfulness

This blog article was written for Stretch Vancouver In the summer of 2013, I sustained a brain injury that forced me to drop out of school and take a significant amount of time off work. Many people are aware that a concussion can lead to headaches, nausea, dizziness, pressure in the head, difficulty focusing, and […]

Kent Brun Podcast Part 2

Part 2 of my chat with Kent Brun. We finish up our talk about trauma, and have an awesome discussion about how tattoos are a practice in non-attachment and reminders of yogic and life teachings. Then, by request, I share some ghost stories. Enjoy!          

New Meditation Classes at YYoga!

Starting June 6th 2016, I’ll be leading 30 min meditation classes on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30-8pm after my 6pm Flow class at YYoga Downtown Flow.  Yoga and Meditation Instructor Shivani Wells walks us through her journey with meditation, and tells us more about the new meditation classes offered at YYoga… I started a meditation practice […]

Shivani on the Kent Brun Podcast

   

Refer a friend – Get $10 off a session!

Has working with Shivani supported you in your life? Do you have a friend or loved-one who is struggling with stress, anxiety, trauma, depression, head injury, or life-transition, and is looking for holistic support? Shivani is currently accepting new yoga therapy clients, and as a thank you for referring a friend, you will get $10 […]

Embodied Mindfulness Therapy

Yoga + Body Mind Psychology is now Embodied Mindfulness Therapy! Same great work. New name!