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 "It's Fun To Have Fun Exercising!"

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When you enjoy what you are doing, life is fun. Learning to love and trust yourself makes life even more fun. That is why Meditative Movements™ exists. Our workouts are designed with your needs in mind. If you can spend five minutes a day or an hour or somewhere in between moving your body while affirming your self, you will naturally attract more pleasure into your life. The results of practicing are a healthy body, mind and spirit.

There are many reasons exercise isn't fun for people. It could be that when you think of exercise you think of pain or that it's boring. Perhaps anxiety arises because in the past you've felt embarrassed or inadequate as you compare yourself to others. Now if you try to force yourself, naturally you will resist.

What's the key? A program that's easy to do, fun and that supports all of you. It was exciting when Paul Batz from What Really Works stated that fitness was not fun for him. A WCCO | CBS interview shows how following Meditative Movements™ changed his mind.

If you already love working out, then I think you will find adding the affirmations to your existing workout will take you to a whole new level. When you are having fun, life is soooooo good. Be kind to yourself and have fun with whatever movement you are doing!

Ellie

 I Am Funning Meditative Movement™

Have you ever wanted to do something just because it's fun?

When we are playful, life is fun. Our workouts are designed to help you enjoy moving your body in joyful ways. If you can spend five minutes a day or an hour or somewhere in between moving your body while affirming your self, you will naturally attract more pleasure into your life. The results of practicing are a healthy body, calm mind and fulfilled spirit.

Here is the I Am Funning Meditative Movement™.

Yes, funning is a word and it means to be playful. This movement is easy to do and can be performed by children as young as 2 as well as by adults in their 90s. At the Ebenezer Elderly Care Center, as residents perform the movements smiles come easily as they connect with their child within.

Try the movement with me and see if you feel playful.

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