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Mindful : April 2018
Left: Irene Au working in her home office in Palo Alto, California. Above: A portrait of Au’s family. and what feels right. I keep coming back to this word “clear.” That clarity is crucial for designers. Do you use yoga or mindfulness at work? When I’ve run hackathons or brain- storming sessions, I’ve opened with yoga and a few mindful moments. Opening up the body at the beginning of a hackathon primes people for being more playful and open to new ideas. I actually coax people to get out of their chairs and move around. If they’re sitting down, the ideas don’t flow as freely. If we’re more comfort- able in and connected to our bodies we can let the ideas flow more, be more connected to each other, and have more compassion for each other and each other’s ideas. A lot of the work is about letting go of the ego. Why yoga and not, say, running or swimming or rowing, all of which might also enhance one’s sense of well-being? I don’t think there’s any form of physical activity that is as compre- hensively balanced as yoga. An → April 2018 mindful 67