14-Minute Beginner’s Body Scan Meditation

This is the most educational body scan of the series I posted over the last 2 weeks. The scan itself is also longer & in my opinion WAY more fun! I know time is limited for most of us, but I love a nice long meditation with visuals & all the feel good stuff. This body scan is all of that!

Body scanning can reduce stress & anxiety quickly & help you enter your day or night feeling more centered & grounded.

All you need is yourself & a comfortable place to sit or lie down with little to no distractions.

Body scanning is a helpful tool to relieve stress & anxiety so you can live your life feeling more centered & grounded. It can provide useful information about you & what’s going on in your physical & mental body. You could go an entire day without checking in with yourself, without noticing the messages your body is sending you about what you need to be physically & mentally well. If you can create a habit of scanning your body, from the top of your head, all the way down to your toes, once a day, for 60 seconds you will begin to build a better relationship with your physical & mental body. This practice could help you avoid emotional & physical pain & illness, just by taking a second to listen to the messages your body is sending you. Body scanning can make you feel more present in your life, which I guarantee will have a positive domino effect on everyone around you. Improving not only the relationship you have with yourself but with others as well.

Save this post & come back to it when you need it & let me know how this exercise went for you in the comments section.

Please let me know what types of videos you’d like to see more of & if the moment strikes share your experience & I’ll share it with my followers. You never know the impact your experience could have on someone else & the world needs connection now more than ever.

Photo by: @heidizumbrun

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JennaBird

Yoga teacher in Los Angeles. Trying to change the lives of people around me.

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