Woman in a coat and face mask closes eyes as she practices mindfulness in a waiting room

Waiting Room Mindfulness Practices

Instead of automatically reaching for your phone when you're in the waiting room at your next doctor's appointment, take advantage of the wait to practice mindfulness.

These mindful moments can help decrease your anxiety and allow you to acclimate to new surroundings with less sensory overload. Plus, you can do them anywhere without anyone else even noticing!

What will mindfulness practices do?

In this video, you'll enjoy three simple mindful practices:

  • Connect to your senses with a meditation on your five senses
  • Count your breaths
  • Tense and relax your muscles

Let me know how it goes the next time you're sitting in the waiting room!

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