Mindfulness

Mindfulness teaches you to go through life consciously and in less of a hurry. Focus your attention on what you find important.

What can mindfulness do for you?

  • You live more in the here and now
  • You feel less rushed
  • You have more focus
  • You learn to listen to yourself better
  • You have more control over your emotions
  • You are more mentally resilient

Practice mindfulness with OpenUp

Train your attention, reduce stress and unwind. Be aware of your thoughts and feelings, without judgment. Practice mindfulness with a psychologist.

In a group

  • Practice mindfulness in a group, under the guidance of a psychologist.
  • You do it together, but for yourself.
  • Online, 25 minutes. Book a group consultation.

One on One

  • Practice mindfulness with a psychologist.
  • The right exercise, at the right time tailored to your situation.
  • Online, 25 minutes. Book an introduction.

“The best way to capture moments is to pay attention. This is how we cultivate mindfulness” Jon Kabat-Zinn

“Mindfulness means being awake. It means knowing what you are doing.” Jon Kabat-Zinn

“The quieter you become, the more you can hear” Ram Dass

Why mindfulness at OpenUp?

Make it a habit

Often we have the intention to live healthier, but actually doing it is sometimes difficult. Make your intentions a habit by practicing mindfulness with a professional or in a group.

Tailored to your needs

In a one-on-one consultation you practice mindfulness together with a professional. Together you choose the right exercise that fits your needs. Fully tailored to your situation and preferences.

Our best practices to get started today

  • Start your day consciously. Sit quietly on your bed for 5 minutes before getting up. Ask yourself how you feel and what you need today.
  • Do absolutely nothing for 10 minutes every day. So no phone as well. Sit still and focus on your breathing, for example.
  • Train your focus. Try to do a daily action, such as washing dishes or making coffee, with full attention.

Mindfulness as a tool for resilience and self-acceptance

Our psychologists explain (English, 68 min.)

Practice mindfulness with a psychologist
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