This has definitely been a challenging year for many parents. For starters, you may have had difficulty explaining the state of the world today. There’s a good chance you’ve had plenty of time to figure out the best way to broach those topics, as many schools have been closed during quarantine.
Furthermore, these group mindfulness exercises can be done from a distance. So at your next Zoom meeting, FaceTime, or socially-distanced small gathering, try one of the following. You’ll build bonds that have eroded with time and learn something new in the process.
In an age where society often agrees that representation matters, Black people are frequently underrepresented in yoga, meditation, and mindfulness spaces. However, this is changing. More brands and organizations are recognizing the importance of inclusivity and are committed to improving accuracy in representation. Let’s celebrate waking up. Today, we’re sharing seven amazing creators, teachers, and thinkers who help reframe what many think the wellness community looks like. Kala Vivinne, aka Kala, is the founder of Black Gurl Zen, which focuses on Meditation & Spiritual Training for Stressed Black Women. In addition to spiritual coaching, she offers immensely helpful, beginner-friendly...
Like many meditation and mindfulness techniques, the concept of holding space sounds simple, but usually isn’t. Holding space is a totally selfless act. It’s a test of your ego to let someone cry, talk through, vent, rant, or remain silent yet supported through a difficult time.