Tag Archives: Mindfulness

Me and Mr. Tinker: The way of ACT approach

In my last blog post I told you about my life with Mr. Tinker – the sometimes annoying, overreacting, chatterbox and often not so useful guy that I am living with. As you probably know already the story was not … Continue reading

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Me and Mr. Tinker: ‘Story of my life’

Let me tell you a story today. The story is about me and my partner in life, let’s call him Mr. Tinker for the purposes of this article. I think it is fair to say that we have known each … Continue reading

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Mindfulness and Flow Experiences in Sports

In a previous blog entry we talked about the way that mindfulness could be the tool that people are missing when they want to maintain their physical activity routines. But how about competitive sports and performance? Is mindfulness useful to … Continue reading

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Focusing on the pain, soreness and stiffness might be the way to adhere to your exercise regime

It is the beginning of a new year. Among the resolutions for these 12 months ahead of you is the ever-returning commitment of exercising more. And you know that this is the year that you will become regular exerciser. You … Continue reading

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