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Dive into an embodied mindfulness practice to ground and center
Dr. Reena Kotecha qualified with a dual degree in Medicine and Neuroscience & Mental from Imperial College London. She spent the early part of her career in the National Health Service, UK, as a hospital doctor. 4 years into her clinical career, the work environment took a toll on Reena's mental health and wellbeing and she took and extended period out of practice. She began studying Ayurvedic medicine and practicing pranayama (yogic breath-work) and mindfulness meditation. With the mission of 'Healthcare starts with Self Care,' Reena set up the 'Mindful Medics' Programme, a program which enables healthcare professionals to come together in a safe setting and discuss their unique challenges whilst also encompassing tools and techniques to improve self care and wellbeing. Reena also delivers talks, workshops and courses across many sectors outside of healthcare. Learn more about Reena and her work on her website.
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Thank you 🙏
Thank you 🙏
Great way to start the day, with grounding and taking us out of our head and back into the body. Thanks!
Excelente Renna, su historia de vida y la técnica de Atención Plena la desarrolla de muy buena forma
Beautiful grounding meditation, excellent tone and tempo. Thank you!
Beautiful grounding, excellent tempo and voice tune. Thank you!
Look forward to the talks
Thank you for grounding me and teaching me how to take a minute to feel calmer after a busy day
Nice calming meditation, Drs voice is soothing, thank you
Thank you so much for this wonderful grounding meditation. I found it so helpful.
It was relaxing and effective. Thank you so much!
A really experiential, grounding meditation. Thank you!
This helped me to start my day in a wonderful way!
We can choose the correct path in such few minutes!
Lovely. Lovely voice, lovely practice…revealed to me the unrest in my body after a difficult day with patients…
Just what I needed and so easy to do at anytime of the day.
Thank you for sharing.
Nice, thank you! E
Thank you! Very helpful for me today!
Thank you, so simple and so effective
Thank you; it is nice to be in here
Thenak you for sharing the technique;relaxing
A simple technique with positive effect. It was a good experience. thank you.
Didn’t realize this was not going to be a live stream. Waiting until 5 to see the videos.
It was a great moment of relaxing and calm down! Thank you!
Wonderful! Just what I needed.!
That was lovely-thank you. FyI I could hear you fine on my Mac.
Thank you, for the wonderful and calming practice and will definately use it in my chaotic work day to ground myself.
I am really grateful to can take the knowledge of tihs things
Thank you for providing a good example of how we can access a few moments of calm, even those of us that find it hard to sit still for long.
Yes, please speak louder, it was very hard to hear you.
I especially agree with this. Louder mic please! 🙂
Thank you! It was nice to put the chatter aside!
You are gifted with a beautiful voice!
Thank you. Your voice is lovely. I do agree with the comment about increasing the volume a tad.
Was lovely. Calming, grounding and centering. Thank you.
I liked the feet being a reminder for awareness especially in the healthcare setting.
This felt really good. Grounding, centering and noticing, made me calm and relaxed💕
That its always available to me
thank you. great way to start the day
I Love the One Minute Practice as it alerts the mind and body of what it’s capable of achieving in such a short time.
Suggestion (offered with love): Turn up your mike a bit. I know it isn’t easy to speak louder when guiding a meditation. I am not hearing impaired but found it difficult to hear some of your words and my volume was as high as it would go. You guide me back to what I’ve learned before and it took only One Minute! Thank YOU!
Very grounding and centering. Thank you for the short and sweet practice for today.
Thank you, open our sensibility
Nicely done. Micro meditations are doable.
Thank you, will share with my early childhood village!
that was lovely thank you!