Mindful Body is a (workout) concept based on a philosophy. Everything that we experience on an emotional level, affects us physically and vice versa – all physical symptoms create emotional responses. That is why we believe at Mindful Body, that the road to all-round wellness and happiness leads through all the levels of being a human: mental, physical and emotional.
Mindful Body approaches this with a unique concept, which is based on working with the sensory sense, by using visualizations and emotions, while working with a certain area of the body. This allows for deeper physical reaction, as the body is treated by a certain area in mind and allows for the sensory sense to work more efficiently through the activation of a certain area. By working with the sensory sense, we can create a workout, that is completely unique, even when done in a group setting – all bodies, minds and feelings are unique and they should be treated as such.
In a Mindful Body class, all exercises are done according to what feels the best for you and where your body is guiding you to go. Once you allow yourself to let go, just to listen to your body and what feels the best for you, that is when the magic happens. It happens, because that is the moment you start doing what is the best for you. Not by following others or doing things as they should be done, but by truly listening to yourself and treating yourself as you. Mindful Body always works from the inside out and we believe, that this is the key to all-round, true well-being for each individual.
The Mindful Body method is a concept or a tool, that can be used to help:
- Competitive athletes
- Fitness enthusiasts
- Inactive office workers
- Children and teenagers
- Senior citizens
- The injured, individuals in recovery and the disabled
The Mindful Body method can be learned and taught by coaches, physiotherapists, psychologists and instructors of different background in athletics or exercise programs. To find out more about becoming a certified Mindful Body instructor, please see Contact