Stress is one of my most talked about topics on this blog – and with great reason! The amount of stress that we experience has the potential to determine how much we enjoy our lives, and how happy and healthy we can be!
It is fair to say that the majority of people first take to the yoga mat in order to enhance their physical fitness and to enjoy some relief from stress. As time goes on, it is normal that the primary reason that a person continues to do yoga may change, and that they will experience a multitude of unexpected benefits!
You may have already seen that this year at Mapperton House and Gardens we will be hosting our first ever lifestyle fair – Eat Well, Live Well!
With so many different things to consider when it comes to your health and wellness, it can be easy to lose sight of your goals and fall off the wellness wagon! I firmly believe that prioritising your nutrition is one…
Sometimes we all need to take some time to ourselves to rest, relax and recharge – and this is exactly what I was in need of recently after a seriously busy six months!
If you have been teaching yoga for a while then you will likely already have realised that yoga is for everybody and every body! Although there are often some stereotypes and misconceptions connected to the yoga world, the truth is…
Transitioning towards a more ethical and eco-conscious way of living is something that many of us are aspiring to. There is mounting evidence to support the idea that embracing a plant-based diet can help to reduce our impact on the planet, and also cause less harm in other ways.
Just like the batteries of the devices that have become integral to our lives, our own batteries need to be recharged often too!
Yoga has many fantastic uses and benefits, not least of all helping you to relax! And, let's be honest, who among us couldn't do with a little bit more (or a lot more!) relaxation in their lives!?