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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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Will talks to The Daily Telegraph

Posted on: 09/11/16 @ 14:10

Will talks to The Daily Telegraph

Will Williams speaks to The Daily Telegraph on how Vedic meditation can help ease the stress of the working day.

“If your work day involves a commute, maximise your time by meditating on the train,” Vedic meditation coach, Will Williams, says.

“Do so in the morning and you’ll arrive at work feeling refreshed and ready to deal with whatever comes your way that day. Taking a twenty minute break in the afternoon to meditate will help you to avoid the mid-afternoon slump and instead you’ll feel much more energised and positive.”

To read more see here.

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We discuss the powerful effects of Vedic meditation in transforming sleep disorders

Posted on: 25/10/16 @ 09:52

We discuss the powerful effects of Vedic meditation in transforming sleep disorders

Find out why Vedic meditation is a powerful, natural antidote for getting a great night's sleep.

Will Williams is an independent Vedic meditation teacher based in the UK. He believes the key to a good night sleep lies in meditation: “Many of us are sleep deprived due to the hectic nature of modern life – things such as too much caffeine, fast-paced working environments and too many screens overstimulate our nervous systems and leave us feeling frazzled.

Read more here.

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How to get more zzz's with meditation

Posted on: 17/10/16 @ 19:40

How to get more zzz's with meditation

Will is featured in Balance magazine's sleep guide, discussing the power of Vedic meditation in aiding you to switch off at night and settle down for a restorative night.

 

Read the full article here.

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