Join our 28-day Meditation Challenge...starting Feb. 1 2017.
You do not need to know how to meditate, all you need is an open mind and 10 min. a day. Discover what unfolds for you during this journey.
For a new habit to become crystallized, one needs to perform the activity for 21 days in a row. The only way to install a new habit is to direct so much energy to it that the old one slips away. So, just to cover our bases we will do 28 days.
Please check our FB page for more details and inspirations. Sport Psychologists agree that consistent meditation allows athletes to focus better, handle pressure in a more positive way, quiet the mind and perform better.
Former Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams has said that he used to meditate every day and before each game. The NFL star even went on to teach a class on meditation at Florida's Nova Southeastern University. "This is my passion," Williams told NBC Miami.
In 2009, Lakers shooting guard and NBA All-Star Kobe Bryant told Conan O'Brien that he meditated with the team, led by coach Phil Jackson, before big games.
Sports psychologist and meditation teacher George Mumford worked extensively with the Chicago Bulls while Jordan was the team's star player, helping them to sharpen focus through a regular meditation practice. "When we are in the moment and absorbed with the activity, we play our best," Mumford told Mindful magazine.
"Meditating consistently over a period of time can offer a steady stream of small victories: the ability to eat and sleep better, lift more, run longer, zone out competition and get done what you have to get done. Over time, these little wins translate into massive achievements. Just ask Lebron." Charlie Ambler.
Check out Headspace.com and learn how meditation will give you the edge you are looking for. Download the Headspace App for free to get you started on your Meditation Journey.
We look forward to seeing you in February. Got any questions, email us at email@example.com
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