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Experience a Walking Meditation — A Great Way to Get Mindful

March 2, 2016

While most people in the west associate meditation with sitting quietly, traditional Buddhist teachings identify four meditation postures, including sitting, walking, standing and lying down, all with the intention of cultivating a calm and clear mindfulness of the present moment.

On meditation and yoga retreats, regular walking meditations are often included as an important part of the schedule. Benefits of walking meditations can be walking concentration, invigorating the body, relieving emotions or stress and building strength and stamina.

To try a walking meditation, find a pathway and walk back and worth. Come to a full stop, and then start again. Cast your eyes down without looking at anything in particular.

Have you tried a walking meditation? Share your thoughts below.

Living every single day for the mat, Sara is a yoga teacher, a published yoga writer and storyteller, an innovative yoga marketer, a YOGANONYMOUS editor, and a dedicated yoga student.

Sara strives to live from the connection of her head and her heart and encourages her students and clients to do the same by motivating them to step into their full powerful purpose through the transformational magic of yoga.

When not on the mat, you can find this earth sign hiking up a mountain in the beautiful Boulder, Colo., where she’s based or shredding down a ski hill.

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