Burnout has taken on increased importance as the stresses of living and working through a global pandemic have pushed many people to and beyond their breaking points. To support you in your wellness journey, Wellbeats instructors are sharing their wellness insight and offering advice on ways to combat burnout.
Wellbeats instructor Nicole L. is a yoga teacher, life coach, and self-care advocate. She helps people reconnect with their bodies, calm their minds, and live the life they have imagined for themselves. Working from the perspective that everyone has the tools to heal within them, Nicole guides her clients to uncover their hidden potential and ability to heal.
“My specialty is in yoga for stress management, anxiety, and overall mental health and wellness,” Nicole said. “My favorite self-care quote is, ‘You, yourself, as much as anyone in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.’ Some say this is a quote from Buddha.”
“When practicing mindfulness, you become much more aware of your inner state,” Nicole said. “By cultivating a greater state of awareness, you have greater access to the signs and symptoms of burnout before it occurs. Mindfulness can be a useful tool to mitigate burnout and to assist in recovery from it.”
Practice the STOP meditation.
Practice square breath. This is used by the military to stay calm and focused!
Engage your five senses. When you’re feeling anxious and overwhelmed, it can be helpful to use a mindfulness technique that utilizes our five senses.
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Already a Wellbeats member? Try Mindfulness with Nicole now. Give yourself permission to take a quick five-minute breathing and mediation break anytime you need it. Explore Nicole’s complete Wellbeats class collection.
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