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Mindfulness doesn't always start in your head. Awake Naps are movement meditations that are based upon the Feldenkrais Method® of mind body learning. They use simple and gentle movement sequences as the means to quiet and focus your thoughts. The program was designed with a wide audience in mind, including children, teens, adults, and seniors. They can be used by anyone wh ...more
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Published May 1st 2015 by Kinesthetic Edge
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Maria
Nov 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
I won a copy of a cd Awake Naps. I enjoyed listening to the cd which has meditation exercises. I found it to be very soothing to the senses. Andrea takes you through meditations to help you relax, so this is beneficial for people who just can't sit still long enough to enjoy the benefits of a relax state of being. I do recommend this cd for everyone who needs to re-energize their soul from within.
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Nov 07, 2015 rated it liked it
I acquired a copy of this from a Goodreads giveaway. This short CD includes meditation exercises involving movement. These exercises work very well for those of us who have difficulty remaining still during meditation. They can also be used as "warm-ups" for more traditional meditation practices.
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