Laughter, Mindfulness and More with Stephanie Nash
Ever wondered how laughter could be the key to unlocking a more mindful and emotionally balanced life?
In this episode of the Beauty of Conflict, Susan and CrisMarie have a thorough conversation with Stephanie Nash, a mindfulness coach, body-language expert, speaker, senior teacher at Unified Mindfulness, and Performance Coach at Strategic Mindfulness, about her exploration of the relationship between body language and emotions. Throughout the interview, Stephanie emphasizes the transformative power of laughter and its practical applications in mindfulness, stress reduction, and emotional well-being. They discuss the significance of finding beauty in everyday life, the importance of balancing solidity and fluidity, and the effective processing of emotions. Susan, CrisMarie, and Stephanie also highlight the benefits of specific mindfulness techniques, including laughter, gratitude practices, and breathing exercises, stressing their role in promoting overall mental and emotional health.
Listen to this episode and join Stephanie Nash on an exploration of the fascinating connection between body language, emotions, and the transformative power of laughter!
About Stephanie Nash
Stephanie Nash is a mindfulness coach, body-language expert, and speaker who is a senior teacher in the Unified Mindfulness system. She used this system when designing and teaching a mindfulness program for a Harvard Medical School brain study. Stephanie is also a professional actress, and it was through her Yale School of Drama MFA training that she became fascinated with and now teaches how body language can affect thoughts and feelings. Stephanie was a guest expert on a Deepak Chopra show where she taught her unique approach to laughing meditation, and she gives presentations on using mindfulness for stress reduction and anxiety relief, as well as for increasing performance and productivity.
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How laughter possesses the power to transform moods and integrate into mindfulness practices for stress relief and emotional well-being.
How gratitude practices and specific breathing exercises effectively alleviate stress and promote relaxation.
How finding beauty in everyday surroundings impacts mood and contributes to a more positive outlook on life.
Why the balance between solidity and fluidity is crucial for emotional well-being.
How the integration of mindfulness tools, laughter, and positive visual stimulation can serve as a quick reset for managing stress and promoting a more grounded and present state of mind.
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