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Moving Meditation such as Tai chi and Qigong is a low-impact exercise ideal for seniors. Over time, the gentle movements of regular tai chi practice can improve your strength, flexibility, and range of motion, as well as decrease the effects of common degenerative diseases such as arthritis. We offers Moving Meditation at Senior communities such as adult daycare centers, retired apartments, or senior centers.
A healthier worker is more productive, and one with better work/life balance is a greater asset to the employer. Long term mental and physical health of people in the workplace is directly related to the business bottom line. If you are a busy person who needs to improve your health and harmony, Won Moving Meditation can work for you. The added benefits would be more fulfillment and improve productivity with your work.
SUPPORT THE HEALTHCARE FIELD
Won Moving Meditation can be effectively used by doctors, nurses, practitioners, patients and their family in the following ways:
Reduce stress: Practicing meditation on a regular basis can dramatically reduce stress.
Bring clarity: A regular meditation practice allows the mind to open up and connect with creativity.
Reconnect with purpose: Meditation allows us to develop compassion and reconnect with the reason why we entered into the healthcare field (i.e. to help people).
Reduce Absenteeism: We are compelled via meditation to help others and this desire is so strong that we want to be any place that will allow us to satisfy this need.
Bring empathy: A regular meditation practice will make a professional more empathetic not only towards patients but towards fellow workers.
Won Moving Meditation provides a healthy and positive way for friends to connect on a weekly basis in a comfortable home setting. It provides a wonderful opportunity for friends/family to get together consistently and strengthen connections in a healthy positive way.
Improving your relationships with others is among one of the many benefits of yoga. When you feel more at peace, more in the moment, more in tune with everyone around you, you begin to notice things and interact with people in a much more positive and compassionate way