Articles by Gudni Gunnarsson

About Gudni Gunnarsson (8 Articles)
Gudni Gunnarsson is a life coach and yoga instructor and the creator of GlóMotion. In the 1980s, he began his thirty-five-year career as a fitness trainer in Iceland and became a pioneer in the fitness industry. As founder of Iceland‘s first professional gym and Fitness & Nutrition magazine, Gunnarsson quickly established himself as a leading contributor to the holistic approach to mind and body development. In the early 1990s, Gunnarsson worked as a life management consultant for celebrities and business executives in Los Angeles. While in Los Angeles, he developed Rope Yoga Fitness, which he later combined with his life coach philosophy to create GlóMotion—a mindful fitness and nutritional program empowering people to be the change in their own lives. In this blog on Brighton Journal Gudni will share his thoughts and wisdom as an inspiration for them who want to receive.

How Do You Look and How Are You seen?

November 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

You look the way you look. You reveal your perspectives and your self image as you express yourself. But who’s doing the looking? Who’s looking out from the inside? The [...]

Are You A Dimmer Or A Brightener?

October 26, 2016 // 0 Comments

On the ceiling, the lightbulb glows brightly and casts a beautiful light over everything in the room. On the walls are switches, current constrainers used to control how much [...]

There Is Only Light

October 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

Remember, all that you devote attention to grows and thrives. Attention is light, and light does not discriminate any more between types of human beings than the sun [...]

7 Steps To Happiness

October 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

The time to awaken to your power is now. You are a divine creator, whatever you believe is what you become. By acknowledging that your essence is pure energy, light, and [...]

Is There Life In Your Life?

September 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

We each know in our hearts that it is vital to love and forgive ourselves for our perceived faults, but our society has convinced us that there is something missing and that [...]