Whether it's an overbooked calendar, a demanding boss, financial worries or emotional health concerns--there's a mindfulness practice for that. Harnessing the power of your brain to help you increase happiness and balance while combatting stress is why we created SparkUNPLUG, a weekly mindfulness video series focusing on different concepts and strategies to help you be your best you.
Are you willing to give yourself the gift of 10 minutes of self-care? CLICK HERE every Monday at 12:00 p.m. EST to get your weekly dose of mindfulness.
Check out earlier episodes here and embrace the brain boost:
- Managing Boredom
- Understanding 'Radical Acceptance'
- Love In the Time of Quarantine
- What Is Mental Health?
- Resilience Warrior
- Happiness Is Connection
- Cultivating Joy in Uncertain Times
- Turning Fear Into Fuel
- Focus on the Mountain
- Negativity Bias
- Growth Mindset
- Fixed Mindset
- Can You Stay Present?
- Practice Self-Compassion
- Holidays Can Be Crazy
- Respond, Don't React
- Begin Again
- Mindful Communication
- Four Attitudes of a Successful Practice
- Winter Warming Practice
- Advanced Mindfulness Practice
- A Body Scan
- A Practice In Focus
- Gaining Concentration
- A Case of the "Shoulds"
- Progressive Body Scan
- Using Mindfulness to Manage Stress
- Happiness: A Gratitude Practice
- Accessing the 5 Senses
- Notice, Shift, Rewire
- Mindfulness Is...
About SparkUNPLUG Where does your stress come from? For many, it's a combination of a variety of outside and internal influences, and if you don't know how to handle it, it can wreak havoc on your productivity, physical and mental health, and happiness. But what if you could improve your mental fortitude and use the power of your brain to increase happiness and reduce feelings of anxiety? With a regular mindfulness practice like SparkUNPLUG, you can learn how to harness your own brain and breath to combat those life events and responsibilities that most often cause you worry.
About the Expert Julie Frischkorn, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., is Spark360's Director of Behavioral Health and Mindfulness and the founder of The Pittsburgh Wellness Collective, a group of independent practitioners in a unique physical space who share a collaborative approach to psychotherapy through of mind and body. Julie earned her Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from Boston College and has an established psychotherapy practice, she is also a certified yoga teacher, certified mindfulness facilitator and a certified mental health first aid instructor.