In our lives we are constantly ‘on’, reacting to and interacting with people or computers for most of the day. This is a lot of pressure to place on a body as the senses and the brain are in constant demand of its resources. This causes hormonal responses that wear down the body. Meditation quiets the mind, allowing your body to direct resources as needed and function in a way that is most natural – when it doesn’t have external demands constantly fighting for its limited energy. In these modern times where our minds are so stimulated and stressed this practice of relaxation is a cornerstone to good and sustainable health. It provides the body respite from constant and draining activity and allows it to channel its energy where it needs to in order to heal and thrive.

                                            Meditation  can start as simply as taking a few  deep breathes.