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Often when we think of mindfulness, we think of meditation but mindfulness can be very active. This video explores how we can gain the benefits of mindfulness through the active practice of taking nature walks.
When blowing bubbles, we breath in and purse our lips and breath out slowly. When bubble breathing, you breath the same way: in slowly through the nose and out through pursed lips. The next time you're feeling overwhelmed, take a time out and practice bubble breathing to regain your composure and feel calm.
Practice taking slow, deep breaths out. Sometimes when we feel anxious or stressed our breathing gets quick and shallow. Focusing on slowing down and lengthening your breathing can help you feel calm. You can use a straw to practice these slow breaths. Take a deep breath in, put the straw to your lips and slowly breathe out.