The Healing Power of Mindfulness
At Mindful Living, we offer many opportunities to assist you in cultivating your own mindfulness practice to include: mental health therapy which interweaves traditional talk therapy skills (mindful and compassionate listening, validating, and reflecting) to uncover the limiting core beliefs you may hold about yourself that are keeping you stuck with Cognitive and Mindfulness interventions aimed at increasing skills to weed out old patterns and create new neuropathways; Trauma Informed Yoga and Chakra Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness groups, Sensory Depravation Tanks, Breathing Therapy, Body Work and Energy healing, self Hypnosis classes, Infrared therapy.
Mindfulness is the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened or complete awareness of one’s thoughts, emotions, or experiences on a moment-to-moment basis.
Where is your attention throughout the course of a day? On autopilot mode absorbed in stress, impatience, self-judgment of self and others, or even addiction. Or on mindfulness mode cultivating best intentions, patience, kindness, gratitude? Mindfulness can help you move your brain from autopilot to mindfulness mode because: What you think and feel changes the brain in lots of ways. By applying mindfulness (focused attention) you can change patterns, beliefs and habits. Further, when we are stuck in anxious ruminating patterns (or any unhealthy thinking pattern) it strengthens neuropathways in our brain, creating new neuronetworks. The healing power of mindfulness lies within its ability to interrupt previous unhealthy patterns of thinking and create new, healthier was of thinking which will in turn create new neuropathways.
Misty Beryle has been an entrepreneur in the healing and wellness industry for over 20 years and decided to create a place where members of the community can find a place to heal both mind and body. She is bringing in different professionals that can help others receive healing, not just through one avenue of therapy, but through different avenues and modalities of therapy.
“Mindfulness was something that really stood out to me and helped through my own therapy,” says Beryle. When she was diagnosed with PTSD in 2019, she knew her business needed to take a turn to guide others going through their own struggles and difficulties. “I was able to be more aware and more in control of my own emotions,” Beryle says, and learned “how to overcome different triggers.” She felt called to open a place where people can access different services so they can explore what avenue suits them best.
Mindful Living Wellness Center will offer services ranging from float tanks, psychotherapy, infrared therapy, speech pathology, ice baths and breathwork meditation, yoga classes and workshops, group therapy classes, addiction recovery, hypnotherapy, energy work, estheticians, and more. MLWC will also offer free classes to the community through collaborations and partnerships with local mentors. The center embraces both traditional and non-traditional modalities of therapy to cater to a wide variety of personal and community needs.
My hobbies include, anything outdoors. I love hiking, biking, swimming, paddle boarding, caving and exploring, skiing, Jeeping…the list kinda goes on. I enjoy spending time with my 3 teenagers and my Fiance’s 3 little ones. I’am always intrigued with ways to heal. This has led me to Mindful Living. The path from my own healing from eating disorders to PTSD has brought me to an understanding of how the mind and body need to work together for true healing.