Basi Pilates Mindfulness

“When many demands compete for attention or when we are tired, we often fall into rote patterns of emotion and behavior. We eat according to the clock, stay up too late, and react without thinking. We can become trapped in our minds or indulge in immediate gratification too often. A lack of self-awareness can lead to poor decisions, poor health, and poor relationships. Living on autopilot is a coping mechanism, yet conscious choices and decisions can dramatically improve your health and well-being.

Mindfulness practices offer tools to anchor yourself in the present and can increase self-awareness. You can grow your ability to be self-aware and mindful—and every step you take will improve your health and happiness.’

-The Institute of Functional Medicine

Our Functional Health Team works with clients to discover their default coping mechanisms, and find the mindfulness practice that will allow them to form new habit patterns. This can include:

  • Meditation
  • Breathing exercises
  • Mindful movement
  • Guided imagery
  • Gratitude journaling
  • Time in nature

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Kendra Bova, RDN, IFNCP

Kendra Bova, RDN, IFNCP

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Michelle Miller, MSACN

Michelle Miller, MSACN

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Lena Tilsworth

Lena Tilsworth

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