There are many different wonderful ways that you can embrace meditation. If you have tried it before and found that the conventional method simply doesn't work for you, then today I want to tell you about a fantastic alternative!
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!
You will likely have often heard me talking about the restorative power of going on a yoga retreat - and it is for this fantastic reason (among others!) that I try to create these retreats as often as possible! Over…
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!
It is a simple fact that some people find mornings to be more difficult than others. It is often much more tempting to snooze the alarm clock than it is to jump out of bed ready to launch into your morning!
Just like the batteries of the devices that have become integral to our lives, our own batteries need to be recharged often too!
Being able to slow down and enjoy the experience of living in the moment may sound simple, but can actually be an incredibly difficult process to master!
Making meditation a regular feature in your life is a fantastic way to increase your awareness of your own thoughts, as well as to find balance and enhance feelings of peace and well-being. In addition to this, it is also known that meditation can be an amazing tool for improving your quality of sleep!
Yoga Nidra is certainly not a new concept, and has been practised alongside yoga itself since the birth of this ancient practice. Although it has been around for just as long, Yoga Nidra is a component of yoga that is currently experiencing a surge in popularity. Given the countless benefits to the body, mind and soul that Yoga Nidra provides, this can only be a good thing!