How to Create a Happy Relationship with Food

Our relationships with what we put into our mouths – and therefore our bodies – is set from a young age. Many of us may be able to trace back some more obvious links (like being drawn to biscuits for … Continued

Yoga for Belly Health

•          Hunching or slouching puts pressure on the digestive organs with little opportunity for stretching or twisting them. •          Any simple opening and stretching of the front body (with progressive strengthening of the back to support in asanas) makes more … Continued

How to Make a Resolution Stick Without Stress – The Five Stages of Change

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We are always going through phases of change, whether we notice them as substantial or not. This January one can often seem like the motherload though, with high expectations and suggestions coming at us from all angles…. whether it’s giving … Continued

De-Stress Yoga: Your Core Starts at Your Feet

Your Core is Not Just Your Abs There’s lots of talk of core strength and core stability and even equating particular yoga postures and practices to ‘core work’.  It’s interesting then to notice that this is a very modern phenomenon … Continued

8 Ways to Take Smart Breaks

In my consultancy, I have the opportunity to discuss the intricacies of the working day with many clients. As I specialise in burnout, fatigue, anxiety and other stress-related conditions, this is often with those with high demand jobs who struggle … Continued