Meditations for Moving by Danny Arguetty

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The next time you go out in nature—whether that’s a walk in the woods or a wheel around your neighborhood—listen to any one of the following five “on-the-move” meditations by Danny Arguetty, manager of the Mindfulness Program at UW Recreation, to access and explore the capacity for calm, centeredness, and reflection we all carry within.

A yoga teacher (and teacher trainer), nutrition/life coach, and a lover of the environment, Danny Arguetty, M.A., is author of Nourishing the Teacher and The 6 Qualities of ConsciousnessPassionate about helping people flourish through mindfulness, wellness, and personal self-development, he has over a decade’s worth of experience in group facilitation, one-on-one coaching, and experiential teaching. 

Danny has guided workshops throughout the United States, led basic and advanced yoga trainings in the U.S. and India, and spoken at Facebook, Olson Kundig, and Gravity Payments (all in Seattle). He served as adjunct faculty at Williams College, leads a quarterly course on Intro to Mindfulness at UW, and is a faculty member at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. Read more about Danny here.

Breath Meditation

Feet Awareness Meditation

Seeing Meditation

Hearing Meditation

All Senses Meditation

Find more meditations to try on our Meditations page.