A Yoga Retreat in Ireland.
When it comes to physical fitness, I’ve noticed that I become more committed, motivated and disciplined when I challenge myself.
Like a Japanese saying, “To bend a bamboo, start when it’s a shoot.” Similarly, the best time to start to build and shape a brighter, stronger, confident future is when they are still young. Kid’s consciousness and their attention to detail at this age are high as they are still learning.
No matter how much I’d love to run away from it all at times, I can’t reasonably go and live in a cave or a desert island, so how can we manage our daily stresses?
Yoga Nidra is a strong and deep practice, and it is important that it is included regularly in my diary. Because it is so relaxing and rejuvenating (30 minutes equates to a couple of hours of sleep!) it can be practiced at any time of the day.
When I heard about a Full Day Reset where I would get to practice breathwork, yoga, energy work and an ice bath I jumped at the chance! Now before you say, “There’s no way I’d be able to do that”, you absolutely can! With the right environment and professional facilitators making sure you are safe; an ice bath is a pretty amazing experience!
Dry January has come to an end, and for all of those abstainers from alcohol who are enjoying their new lifestyle and might be pondering whether to continue on this path, I'd like to share with you a few examples of how being Teetoal (for 20 months) suits me
I’ve always loved my food, ever since I was a child. What I didn’t realise is that my relationship with food wasn’t a particularly healthy one. I would eat if I was happy, sad, angry, stressed or bored. I was an emotional eater. A term I jokingly used as I ate and ate and ate.
A poem about change.