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Don’t De-stress - Manage Your Stress

By: Anne Parker, MA, MHSA.

Stress is not a dirty word! Though we have come to think of stress as a negative in our lives, stress is not inherently negative. We need stress in our lives to stay active, motivated, challenged, and excited. If we never had any stress, life would be quite boring and uneventful. We also wouldn’t get much done or enjoy fun and adventure.

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Put on your sneakers and walk today!

Today is National Walking Day, sponsered by the American Heart Association. It is the perfect time to get out and walk. Walking is the most popular form of aerobic physical activity for adults in the United States. Whether you are walking your dog, walking with friends, or walking to get somewhere, every step counts towards your improved health.

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Here at Miraval, our philosophy is Mindfulness and in everything we do, we encourage our guests to live in the present moment and be mindful of what is going on around them. So when Christine Hassler approached us about bringing a retreat to Miraval that focuses on the millennial generation to help them stop obsessing about having “it all figured out” and live in the present moment while giving them tools to take proactive steps toward their goal, we thought it was a perfect fit. The reality of it is, in no point in your life will you have everything figured out, you’re not supposed to!

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By: Anne Parker, MA, MHSA

We have been taught that happiness is the absence of unhappiness. This is a very limited view. In psychology we talk about two kinds of happiness. The differences in these two kinds of happiness are identified by the Greek terms to describe them – hedonia and eudaimonia.

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By Michael Tompkins, CEO Miraval Resorts

Mindfulness, the practice of being in the moment has been the single most impactful tool I’ve used as CEO in overseeing the operations at Miraval.  It’s helped to create a work environment where each person can thrive.  Here are “Ten Ways Mindfulness Increases Success and Wellbeing at Work”:

Ten Ways Mindfulness Increases Success and Wellbeing at Work

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