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How To Meditate In Meetings

Posted on: 12/10/17 @ 14:54

How To Meditate In Meetings

Will speaks to Shortlist magazine about how you can channel workplace boredom into mindful moments!

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Hello Magazine - Top Tips for parents to cope with the long summer break

Posted on: 11/07/17 @ 10:18

Hello Magazine - Top Tips for parents to cope with the long summer break

Will spoke to Hellomagazine.com about how Vedic meditation can help parents with the stress of school holidays.

Will Williams, Europe’s leading Vedic meditation expert, explains: “There is a lot of pressure for parents to entertain the kids, whilst simultaneously juggling their own schedules. This can genuinely have an adverse effect on wellbeing, leading to an increase in cortisol (the stress hormone). If left unchecked, this in turn can mean short fuses and lost tempers, not the ideal state of mind to spend the holidays in.”

Read the whole article here.

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Will speaks to The Huffington Post on how meditation can conquer Sunday fear

Posted on: 11/07/17 @ 09:58

Will speaks to The Huffington Post on how meditation can conquer Sunday fear

Most of us have been there - that dreaded Sunday night feeling that creeps in ahead of Monday morning's barrage of emails, call, meetings and demands. Indeed, seventy-eight per cent of people experience the ‘Sunday Night Blues’ according to a Monster.com poll.

The idea of meditating might seem like an impossible task, but the ancient Eastern practice could be the answer to ending anxiety and sleepless nights. Meditation isn’t just some complicated spiritual activity reserved for monks on mountain tops, as coach Will Williams explains. It can be as simple closing your eyes and focusing on the breath for 10 minutes.

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How To Beat The Post Glastonbury Blues

Posted on: 11/07/17 @ 09:49

How To Beat The Post Glastonbury Blues

Will spoke to Grazia ahead of Glastonbury 2017 and provided his experts tips on how to handle the inevitable festival withdrawal symptoms...

1. Make Your Environment Brighter

After enjoying one of the most highly-anticipated events in the social calendar, it’s not going to be easy adjusting to everyday life. Will recommends ‘opening blinds and curtains for an extra dose of sunshine’ to help boost your mood when back at home.

2. Catch Up On Sleep

We couldn’t think of a better solution either. Will suggests catching up on sleep and recuperating as soon as you’re home. He adds, “If you do find that your post-partying sleep is fragmented, try not to check the clock or reach for your phone.”

3. Head For A Food Shop

No more beers for breakfast folks! Will recommends shopping for proven mood-boosting foods such as chicken, fish and turkey. Also, snack on nuts and plenty of dark green leafy vegetables.

4. Exercise

No matter how tempting it is to climb under the duvet post-Glastonbury, it’s important to get some fresh air. Will recommends walking to help combat the festival blues.

6. Curate The Perfect Mood-Boosting Spotify Playlist

Okay, so it’s not exactly the same as seeing Radiohead live. But a 2013 study proved that listening to upbeat music dramatically improves your mood. So get curating the perfect playlist…

If you’re interested in attending one of Will Williams’ meditation classes, simply show your Glastonbury wristband next week to receive 20 percent off.

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Will Williams Meditation in the Metro

Posted on: 16/05/17 @ 10:11

Will Williams Meditation in the Metro

If you want to upgrade your athletic performance, you might want to try meditating!

We know that yoga is good for stretching the body and making us more limber.
If you’re an avid runner, boxer, swimmer – any kind of athlete in fact, yoga is going to help increase your flexibility.

When looking for the right yoga class, you might be tempted to plump for one which is more movement than meditation – after all, you’re there primarily to work the body.
But what you might not know is that meditation can have a profound effect on your athletic performance.
Will Williams is a Vedic meditation teacher and founder of Will Williams meditation – the UK’s biggest meditation hub.

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/05/10/if-you-want-to-up-your-athletic-performance-you-might-want-to-try-meditating-6628370/#ixzz4hEdJiz7m

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Will Williams Meditation at Balance Festival

Posted on: 06/04/17 @ 12:42

Will Williams Meditation at Balance Festival

We’re so excited to be part of this year’s Balance Festival at the Old Truman Brewery on the 14th May.

Will is running a relaxing guided meditation in the LAB area, joining influencers from the health, food and fitness industry. We can’t wait!

Get your ticket here: https://www.balance-festival.com/Tickets

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The Times features Will Williams Meditation

Posted on: 22/02/17 @ 14:34

The Times features Will Williams Meditation

The Times journalist Anna Maxted came to see us with her 12-year old son, Conrad, who was displaying signs of anxiety.

“The next night, Conrad and I use our mantras to help us fall asleep. It’s a bit like learning to ride a bike. You don’t believe you can do it, but keep at it and all of a sudden this magical sensation lifts you up and away. I’d almost compare the feelings to a trance. My breathing calms, deepens and – while I’m briefly jolted by the cat’s miaow – I feel a blissful drift. How funny that despite my being a keen follower of all the latest anxiety relieving advice, it’s the technique with 10,000 years of wisdom behind it that has started a quiet anti-stress revolution in my – and more importantly – Conrad’s world.”

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6 Ways To Beat The January Blues with Will Williams Meditation

Posted on: 17/01/17 @ 23:02

6 Ways To Beat The January Blues with Will Williams Meditation

While the first few days of January are filled with promise, steadfast determination and many a motivational Instagram quote, the remainder of the month is often a struggle. In fact, today is ‘Blue Monday’ – aka the “most depressing day of the year”.

Be Grateful

In recent months, a number of scientific studies have shown gratitude and kindness are traits that lead to higher levels of wellbeing. People who are grateful and compassionate appear to be happier, less stressed, less likely to develop depression and more satisfied with their lives and social relationships.

To read more head to Sheerluxe.com

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8 Ways To Feel Happier Today

Posted on: 16/01/17 @ 23:13

8 Ways To Feel Happier Today

In recognition of January's Blue Monday and this time of year being especially tough, we created a guide to feeling happier for Byrdie.

What we eat can have a huge effect on our physical and psychological wellbeing. In the last ten years, nutritional scientists have realised that the condition of our digestion and all of our gut bacteria (our microbiome) is essential for health, mood, energy, as well as emotional and psychological wellbeing. This doesn’t mean you have to down a kale smoothie every day, but do try to pack in some vegetables, fruits and drink lots of water.

Multiple digestive issue such as IBS have been linked to severe stress. If you find stress has a huge effect on your digestion, you should consider Vedic meditation which has been proven to help and even cure symptoms.

To read more, head to Byrdie.co.uk.

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A High Vibe Guide To London

Posted on: 16/01/17 @ 23:08

A High Vibe Guide To London

London's wellness revolution is alive and vibing - with a new crop of healing-focused events, communities and space blossoming as naturally as English roses! We're delighted to be include in this guide to our capital.

 

1PM ::  Vedic meditation at Will Williams Meditation
Fast becoming Europe’s biggest meditation hub, Vedic meditation teacher Will Williams and co-creator Jess Cook host regular introductory talks on Vedic meditation—a simple yet profound technique that’s rooted in the most ancient spiritual texts from India. Step into their gorgeous Soho HQ, grab yourself an herbal tea, and dive into discovering more about this perfect antidote to the stresses of 21st century living.

To read more head to The Numinous.

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