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.
There are a number of misconceptions around the practice of Yoga Nidra, so let’s explain the “myths” around it.
For me, meditation is the action of letting go and clearing the mind of all the clutter, paving the way for creativity to arise and/or reminders to pop up. A bit like an internal calendar.
I absolutely love to Shake! Not only is it lots of fun, it also provides great wellness benefits, making it a fantastic self-care tool.
In July I went to my first Cacao Ceremony. I had absolutely no idea what to expect other that it involved drinking raw chocolate, and I love chocolate!
For me shaking is not only a chance to reenergise reset and relax, but a way of letting my hair down and to have fun with others. Almost as if we’re all on the magical island of Ibiza.
Shaking is the oldest and newest self-care tool on Earth. It is our bodies natural response to releasing stress, tension and trauma. A simple yet powerful technique.
I’ll be honest Reiki is not a word I had heard during my life until I met and became friends with Amreeta a few months after moving to Dubai. I didn’t have a clue how to pronounce it and certainly didn’t know what it involved.