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Make fitness a routine

March 1, 2019

              Using your mind to prepare yourself for any type of movement session can truly enhance its benefits. Research has shown that even simply bringing up positive memories while exercising can help generate positive emotions. When our self-talk (the […]

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The Rock that Never Crumbles

February 22, 2019

When your partner is struggling, it can be difficult to support them without neglecting yourself. Our natural inclination is to encourage a loved one when they’re in a difficult place, to gee them up and help them become more motivated, but research shows that this […]

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The Miracle of Love

February 15, 2019

  According to a report by Focus magazine, one reason for the so-called ‘end of love’ in our society is the acceleration occurring in all areas of life. There is a constant influx of change to deal with, such as continued changes at work, career, […]

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Give it a rest

February 8, 2019

              We think of physical and emotional pain as separate entities, but growing research is refuting this. A recent survey found that arguing with a partner worsens pain in people with chronic pain conditions. Another found that, at the […]

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Breathe easy!

February 1, 2019

  With my dearest and oldest friend of nearly 30 years about to make yet another house-move, this comes as a gift to ensure he breathes on and on, forever!! …. or at least until the ripe old age of 96!! Breathing is the most […]

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The three faces of pain ……

January 24, 2019

  ……namely, acute, chronic and neuropathic. Let’s take each one in turn:   Acute pain This occurs in the short term and is usually a direct response to an injury. It’s part of the body’s natural, in-built alarm system, signalling that it is being attacked […]

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Win your Anxiety over with the Fab Five!

January 19, 2019

            Make friends with your anxiety – recognising that no-one is to blame for our anxiety is the first step to dealing with its crippling effects. This negative bias, we have as a species, exists to protect us and keep […]

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Nurturing for the New Year

January 11, 2019

Self-care is neither selfish nor self-indulgent – we cannot nurture others from a dry well, so it’s vital that we take care of our own needs first. When we nurture others from a place of fullness or abundance, we feel renewed, not drained or taken […]

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Have A Most Mindful Christmas!

December 14, 2018

As we charge, headfirst, into that crazy time of year again, I really do hope we also find time to bring our awareness back to what’s really important at Christmas. Never mind all the present buying – being truly present is what counts! That’s all […]

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Suppressed emotions

December 7, 2018

The average person gets angry about 20 times a day, but if you ask them, many swear that they never get angry at all. Anger is one of the emotions we are most likely to suppress yet doing so does us no favours whatsoever. In […]

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