Building Mindfulness Meditation Into Your Routine

By Personal Trainer, Mohammed Elhassan

Spring is a time of renewal and growth. Consider incorporating mindfulness practices like yoga or meditation into your routine to reduce stress, increase mental clarity, and enhance overall well-being.

With the energy of renewal in the air, it’s a great time to clear mental clutter and gain clarity on your goals and intentions for the season ahead. Meditation can help quiet the mind, improve focus, and enhance mental clarity, allowing you to approach tasks and decision-making with greater insight.

Spring is a time when nature comes alive with vibrant colors and new growth. Practicing yoga or meditation outdoors, whether it’s in a park, garden, or simply in your backyard, allows you to connect with the natural world around you and experience a sense of peace and harmony.  

  1. Best Time for Meditation: Choose a time of day that works best for you and your schedule. Many people find that meditating in the morning helps set a positive tone for the day ahead, while others prefer to meditate in the evening to unwind and relax before bed
  2. Mindfulness Walks: Take advantage of the warmer weather by incorporating mindful walks into your routine. Choose scenic routes through parks or nature trails, and focus on being present in the moment, noticing the sights, sounds, and sensations around you.
  3. Consistency: Consistency is key to reaping the benefits of mindfulness practices. Aim to incorporate yoga or meditation into your routine regularly, whether it’s daily, a few times a week, or whatever frequency works best for you.

Active at Reed’s Crossing has various Yoga classes to help you on your mindfulness journey. You can check out the class schedule here:

Have questions about building a mindfulness meditation routine? You can reach Mohammed at