How to Choose What You Need Over What You Want

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This article was originally published on Healthista. When we are suddenly confronted with a person, event or feeling that shoots us out of our comfort zone, for many of us the first impulse is to turn to food; often sweet … Continued

The Secrets of Stress Coping are Down in Your Belly

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The article was originally published on Healthista. Your belly isn’t just that place where the food goes and we can stress about its appearance, it’s actually at the centre of all body systems and its health can influence how we … Continued

Yoga and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

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First published in What Doctor’s Don’t Tell You Magazine. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a debilitating and upsetting condition affecting 10-20% of the UK population at any time – probably more suffering who do not report to their GP. It … Continued

Yoga On & Off the Mat: The Yamas – refining our attitude and energy

Part 1: non-violence and truthfulness When I first started practising yoga nearly twenty years ago, I could immediately feel that the physical aspects of the practice were what my body deeply needed. I was very disconnected with my being neck … Continued

Coming Out of the 4pm Slump

This article was originally published on Healthista. Why you’re so knackered by 4pm – and what to do if you have to keep working It’s a tough time, that 3-6pm window where blood sugar levels, energy resources and often, simple … Continued

Yoga and Anxiety

First published in What Doctor’s Don’t Tell You Magazine. Anxiety is a common feature in life for many. The agitated, fearful and overwhelming sensations that it brings can ripple through our lives with devastating effect. For those who tend towards … Continued

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