Meditative Movements™ is an innovative mind-body exercise approach similar to Tai Chi, Qigong and yoga. Created in 2002, it incorporates western science with modern day philosophies and ancient wisdom. By integrating cardio, flexibility, strengthening and balance movements with spoken core value affirmations like "I can" and "I release anxiety," you can align your mind and your body with your spiritual being.
Meditative Movements offers you the opportunity to explore who you are so you can give breathe to your life purpose, values and dreams. It helps you release stress, resistance, fear, anger and any negativity that is hindering your ability to heal and live a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
As you empower your mind and body through structured movements while repeating core value affirmations, your wholeness and perfection is naturally revealed. Lastly you embrace each moment with gratitude and knowing.
Our easy-to-follow, empowering movements are available for home, office, school, gym and group fitness classes. Whatever your physical abilities, there are movements you can perform safely. We offer teacher training, products for inhome use, blogs, Social Media Connections.
The University of Minnesota Occupational Therapy Department will be conducting Effects of Meditative Movements for Persons with Chronic Health Conditions research study from June to Sept, 2016.
Chronic diseases and conditions such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis are among the most common, costly, and preventable of all health problems.
The prevention and management of chronic health conditions is a major challenge for the current health care system. There is growing evidence that complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) have beneficial effects for managing the many symptoms of chronic health conditions. Use of CAM to improve health and well-being has increased over the years (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2007). American adults are most likely to use CAM for problems such as stress, fatigue, and pain.
The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of Meditative Movements on blood pressure, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and quality of life for persons with chronic health conditions.
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