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The mantras with the movements imprint the messages into my muscles. Another highlight was when I kept making mistakes yet I didn't feel bad. It's nice to know and hear yourself saying nice things to yourself.    Pathways Participant

You can practice our one-of-a-kind meditations to heal from trauma, chronic pain, addictions, depression, anxiety and distress. They are fun because once you learn them, you can use them anywhere: at home, in the office, during your normal routine, in a hospital & clinical setting, in gym, Continuum of Care facilities and even at school!

Being Fully in the Present Means You Are a Present to Everyone You Meet   Being Fully in the Present Means You Are a Present to Everyone You Meet   Being Fully in the Present Means You Are a Present to Everyone You Meet

Through education, teaching certificates, blogs, and video resources, you can learn how to incorporate our exercises into your daily living so you can be healthier, happier and feel whole. It's easy because most are between 3–5 minutes long. You do have that much time to dedicate to your own self-care, don't you?

A 2017 University of Minnesota research study found this meditation movement practice reduces anxiety, depression and fatigue while improving emotional and functional wellbeing for persons with chronic health conditions.

Hear why Whimsical KaNesha Belton Pliego, Meditative Movement instructor and Health Coach, practices the movements. You are invited to participate in one of her free online classes.

Little people, youth, adults, and elders enjoy practicing the movements which strengthen their bodies, calm their minds and energize their spirit.

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