Life moves fast.
If you’re not mindful, you’ll find this rapid pace creates stress, frustration, sadness in your relationships, chronic pain, and dis-ease.
Seishindo Mindfulness Practices are designed to…
Help you slow down, recover your sense of connection to life, and feel rejuvenated.
Seishindo Mindfulness Practices are an opportunity to experience your life from a heartfelt perspective.
Seishindo Mindfulness Practices are gentle activities to help you become more aware, perceptive, and attuned to your experience in this moment.
Seishindo Mindfulness Practices are based on years of studying disciplines such as Aikido, Noguchi Sei Tai, Tai Chi, Yoga, hypnosis and self-hypnosis, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, and various meditation and breathing practices.
When your in-the-moment experience of life is your teacher, you’ll find yourself better able to adjust your body, your lifestyle, and your emotional state – and reduce stress, pain, and dis-ease in your system.
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Core Mindfulness Practices
- Standing in “hanmi”
- Lying down
- Standing With Grace and Power
- Walking with grace and power
- Relaxing into awareness
- The river of life- Basic
- The river of life- Level II
- Body + Language = Emotional Experience
- Waiting quietly for a friend
- Active dreaming
Stress Management/Self-Hypnosis Practices
- 1… Breathe, 2…. Breathe
- Heartbeat mantra
- “I am” A concept of time and identity
- Open Perspective
- Only one, only moving, only calm
- Tuning in
- Somatic self-hypnosis
- Melting the thinking mind
- Peak performance coach Var. #1
- The future is now
- Lucky or Unlucky?
- Yes and No- Saying BOTH at the same time
- Only don’t know
- Old memories, new learnings
- Opposites attract
Anger Management Practices
Health and Breathing Practices
- “Katsugen Undo”
- Riding the horse
- Breathing with grace and power
- Whole Body Breathing
- Heartbeat breath – Calming breath
- Do nothing (Being vs. Doing)
- Self-regulating Steady States
- Releasing into your mood
- Jazz chanting
- The ebb and flow of life
- Who am I? Who are you?
- Connecting, and extending
out into the world
- Two of everything
- Utilizing your current competencies