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What is mindfulness and why does it matter?

Watch Richard talk about mindfulness and why it matters. This is an additional video, hosted on YouTube. This video is part of the Mindful Moments YouTube series. These videos feature …

Meet the mentors, Sherelle and Liz

The course features mentoring by Sherelle Connaughton and Liz Brnjak. They’ll support you as you make your way through the course, facilitating discussions and providing additional information to help make …

Developing a life-long practice

Watch Richard talk about some of the ways that you can continue to explore, develop and maintain mindfulness practices in your life. Tips for maintaining a mindful life Go to …

Mindfulness in the home

What it means to be at home can be thought about in many different ways. It can mean finding a place of peace or sanctuary, a place to be oneself, …

Mindful movement

Mindfulness doesn’t just mean sitting around with our eyes closed. We can practise it in any moment. An excellent way to do this is through movement. Mindful movement simply means …

Tips for preventing procrastination

Watch Craig explain how mindfulness meditation can help to reduce procrastination and increase engagement. You may also be interested in more tips for overcoming procrastination, which are available from the …

Tips for creativity

Watch Craig talk about how mindfulness can improve the quality of thought which can help to increase creativity and mental flexibility.

A mindful approach to digital technology

Watch Richard provide an overview of different ways we can approach the use of technology and how it can help us to become more mindful. Have you become more aware …

Tips for productivity

Watch Craig provide some tips on how you can cultivate mindfulness through meditation to become less stressed and more productive.

Mindful eating: Discretionary foods

Watch Richard and lead educator for Monash University’s ‘Food as Medicine’, Melissa Adamski discuss how you can apply a mindful eating approach to discretionary foods. Using food as medicine Explore …

Mindfulness in work and education

Watch Craig and Richard talk about how mindfulness can be used to improve work and study performance as well as improve our ability to deal with distraction and procrastination, and …

Mindful eating: Introduction

Watch Richard and lead educator for Monash University’s Food as Medicine, Melissa Adamski introduce mindful eating, where the application of mindfulness can help you to better engage with the experience …

Mindful eating: Dried blueberry

Watch Richard and lead educator for Monash University’s ‘Food as Medicine’, Melissa Adamski use a dried blueberry to demonstrate mindful eating. If you’d like to follow along, please pause the …

Technology and sustained attention

Watch neuroscientist Neil Bailey discuss the impact that technology can have on our attention and how mindfulness meditation can help focus your attention. If you’d like to find out more …