Wellbeing

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Let’s get rid of toxic thoughts, people and clutter! I’ve said this before, but while we spend a lot (probably too much) time thinking about the health of our body, we tend to overlook the toxic elements that build up in our life in general. From your inbox filling up with unwanted newsletters, to the […]

May 5, 2021

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As we return to ‘normal’ life, I know that many people are a) feeling burnout from the exhaustion of the monotony of the past year and b) feeling nervous about the potential for burnout as we return to regular socialising and the like. So, with that in mind, I thought it may be helpful to […]

April 6, 2021

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Slowly, we’re crawling our way out of lockdown. And, in the clichéd words of an average therapist: How does that make you feel? Whilst there are plenty of people daydreaming about the sweaty clubs, non-stop hugs and endless socialising, many others are feeling apprehensive at the thought of returning to ‘normal’ life. If you’re amongst the latter, you’re […]

March 30, 2021

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When you start small, everything begins to add up. I used to not consider a yoga practice particularly worthwhile unless I got a full hour, MINIMUM. In my training we were doing around 5 hours a day, and when I lived and taught in India, I continued to practice for about 2 hours – plus […]

March 3, 2021

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We may need to live and work online, but let’s see how we can still put our health first… While January is (finally) over, the end of the pandemic doesn’t seem in sight just yet. As we wait for vaccines to work and the world to open up again, we continue to live our weird, […]

February 1, 2021

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Global pandemic aside, this is the time of year when we start thinking about our physical health. We give up smoking or drinking, commit to daily exercise, Google B12 injections, panic buy vitamins and contemplate a juice cleanse. January is synonymous with a natural urge to improve our body’s strength, immunity and resilience, even when we’re not […]

January 20, 2021

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Have you considered that rather than cutting out carbs and sugar, you need to cut out negative thoughts and people… It’s natural to feel a drive to overhaul your health in January. The holiday excesses combined with the cold weather (and this year a serious health pandemic) foster an innate desire to “get healthy”. But what […]

January 5, 2021

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If you’ve come to the end of 2020 feeling sad, lost, angry, lonely, exhausted, or any combination of the above, I promise you’re not alone. We’re living, as we keep being reminded, through unprecedented times that have been embodied by loss.  Grief is a very natural, and important, human response to such loss. I consider […]

January 4, 2021