Starting each morning in a calm and collected way is something we all surely aspire to conquer. Calling upon some gentle yoga poses first-thing is a fantastic way to tackle any feelings of stress and overwhelm, helping you to have a more peaceful day.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way that we do so many things, and this is something that a number of different organizations are embracing!
The quality of sleep that you enjoy can impact so many other aspects of your life, health, and wellbeing!
If there's one thing we have all surely learnt over the last few weeks, it's that taking care of our own wellbeing, and that of our loved ones, is just so important!
We are all currently living through an unprecedented period of uncertainty and high anxiety. The ways in which we choose to cope and maintain our mental health are of course unique to each of us. However, there are a number of things that we can all certainly benefit from.
If you are someone who finds it easy to extend love and kindness to those around you, but aren't so good at giving this positive attention to yourself, then you are not alone! It can often feel so effortless to nurture those we love, whilst self-love can be much harder to understand and make the time for.
I am a firm believer that it takes 28 days to create a habit! That means 28 days of consistently doing the thing that you are trying to make a regular part of your life. When it comes to your health, wellness and self-care, this is something that is certainly always well worth doing!
If you are already dreaming of peace and quiet this festive season then finding ways to take this time to yourself is okay and important! There are so many reasons why this time of year can become stressful and there's…
Being a yoga teacher is a fantastic and fulfilling job, but can also of course be nerve-wracking and anxiety inducing for some. It can be easy to second guess yourself and feel as though you simply aren't good enough at…
The season for doing yoga outside is arguably almost over for the year, but really the sun doesn't necessarily have to be shining bright for you to enjoy your practice in nature!