Meditation as the path to happiness

The present moment is the place from which your entire reality is created. Your relationships, home life, work, and experiences spring from your thoughts, feelings, and actions that occur in a series of infinite moments. Yet most of us live our lives rushing from task to task, from distraction to distraction. We are shaken by the ups and downs of our emotions and the events of our lives, and we accept this as “normal”. But for about 2,500 years, humanity has practiced meditation to reconquer the natural happiness that comes from living in the present.

If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future.
If you are at peace, you are living in the present.
Lao Tse

Balancing body and mind

Do you think that meditation consists of sitting on a cushion and staying still? That’s probably all it was in the mountains of Tibet, but in the hectic pace of the Western world, we often need different strategies to calm the mind and enter mindfulness. Through techniques such as conscious bodywork and movement meditation, we can release the tensions of the body to pacify it, and synchronize our attention so that little by little, the body and the mind can meet again. Then we start experimenting a state of internal coherence.

Mindfulness workshop “body and mind” in Colors Sitges Link

First, we release the accumulated tension in the body (residual tension) and invite relaxation through movement and breathing exercises. Using various mindfulness experiments, we acquire skills that help us better manage stress and promote holistic (body, heart, and mind) wellbeing in our everyday lives.

Who is the workshop for?

  • People who are interested in mindfulness, but can’t or don’t want to just meditate sitting on a cushion
  • People who are looking for effective and simple tools for better emotion and stress management
  • People who have done some meditation, but get bored and stop because they “can’t do it”
  • The workshop is suitable for all bodies


  • Gentle bodywork to release tension
  • Mind-body connection experiments
  • Movement meditations
  • Micro-practices for everyday life

The true voyage of discovery does not consist in seeking new landscapes,
but in looking with new eyes.
Marcel Proust

If you are interested in workshop in english “body and mind”, book your place!