Discover the Happiness Within
Mind Body Soul, a Happiness Center is a unique concept in Dubai which, in line with the government’s Happiness Initiative, focuses on empowering individuals and teams to choose happiness daily.
Through a multi-fold approach and a multidisciplinary team, MBS offers various activities at its Center while also developing custom wellness and happiness programs for corporates, schools and universities.
A Happiness Center was created as a unique environment to allow you to:
- Relax your Mind
- Connect with your Body
- Let your Soul express
Happiness is not merely an emotion, it’s a state you can learn to live your life in.
We are here to facilitate your transition to the happiest version of yourself.
What does a happiness team do?
Well, first of all we make sure we keep ourselves and our team happy!
How do we do this?
In various ways, for example:
We always meditate before our meetings, we make sure we calm our minds and connect with our inner selves and with each other at a deeper level before starting our plans and discussions on how to bring more happiness and smiles to Dubai!
We also make sure we follow no rules when finding new creative ways to get things done and empowering our community to a happy and peaceful coexistence.
Our happiness team is composed of experts in various disciplines & backgrounds.
Storytellers, musicians, yoga teachers, sound specialists, coaches, HR and more!
All of us have our unique approach to facilitate the way towards your inner happiness and ease your journey to discover your happiest, most vibrant self.
Yin Yoga: A Yoga Practice Every Athlete Should Adopt
April 29, 2017 | BY @HAPPINESS.OFFICER | 17 COMMENTS
Sore muscles, injuries, over-extension of the body…if you’re an athlete then you’re no stranger to these. From running track to weight lifting, chances are you’ve experienced some type of injury or strain throughout your life. Injuries may be inevitable at one point or another, but what if I told you there is a practice even the most trained of athletes could adopt to prolong and minimize injury?
Enter Yin Yoga. A gentle, yet challenging, yoga practice that allows you to drop into your own body, listen, and be present with anything and everything that comes up, both physically and mentally. Yin is a seated, grounding practice, within which poses are held for 3-5 minutes in order to bring mobility to the joints and ligaments. By practicing this style of yoga, athletes are able to work deeper into the muscles to transform the way the body moves. . .