Mindful Body: A Change of Posture Changes Your Mood and Mindset with Noa Belling

On this episode of HealthMade Radio Dr. Michael Karlfeldt discusses the ability to use your body to shift your mindset with International bestselling author and psychologist Noa Belling. She uses her many years’ experience of intellectual and physical discipline to guide others in enhancing vitality and life fulfillment. Noa holds a Master’s degree in somatic (body-mind) psychology through Naropa University. Her background includes over a decade of teaching applied somatic psychology skills as part of psychology training and continuing education programs, running a private psychotherapy practice and presenting talks and workshops in the corporate sector. Noa’s first career as a professional ballet dancer and then a Yoga teacher also influence her approach to well being. 

Listen to Learn: 

  • How changing your posture can change your mood, thinking and even hormones
  • 3 Recommended Postures to Reinforce a Positive Mindset, Overcome Anxiety & Depression 
  • How to Become aware of Memories and Feelings
  • The Importance of Carving out Time for Valuable Connections
  • The Impact of Past Trauma on the Body

“Body awareness or body mindfulness can help with inflicting positivity. For example, when we are negative, we tend to constrict, tense up and hold our breath or perhaps fall into lethargy. A simple postural shift, like righting our posture, opening our chests, allowing ourselves a good few deep breaths and holding our heads up high can trick our brains into more positivity.”

In The Mindful Body, Noa presents practical, quick and easy strategies to build emotional strength and manage stress through body mindfulness. Here are her top tips to find the energy to face 2020 to ensure that it is a year of personal fulfillment and achievement.

Noa Belling can be reached at www.noabelling.com. Her book Mindful Body is available on Amazon and at local bookstores.

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