Do you ever feel at the mercy of the stress-filled myriad of thoughts rushing through your mind? There’s so much stuff rambling around your brain it tires you out! You can’t seem to find an off-switch – but desperately wish
Ah, to be able to relax and let the world drift by. To be able to switch off the tension and anxious thoughts and focus on the here and now. To connect to inner peace no matter what the world
Do you know how you feel when you relax? This is a good question to ask yourself! Without having to ponder it, do you truly know the answer? So often we focus on the negative sensations we experience in the
I can’t relax. I can’t switch off. My mind is constantly racing. I can’t concentrate on anything. I can’t sleep. These are some of the common phrases I hear from my (new) yoga clients, as well as friends and family.
Finally. You have 30 minutes with nothing scheduled. Some precious me-time alone. Time where you can just do what YOU like. Ah lovely… But then, you remember the bins need putting out. Ah, you forgot to answer that email. Hmm,
You’re tense. Overwhelmed. You can’t think straight. You don’t know where to begin. You’re feeling irritable, frustrated – angry with yourself and the world! Tense jaw, shoulders and you’re barely breathing. You can’t focus. Your life is out of balance.
It’s Christmas!!! Yay? Or …Nay? Ah, Christmas, lovely Christmas. Full of joy, full of sparkle, full of giving. Full of panicked shoppers, full of to-do lists a mile long, full of demands on your time, full of making polite conversation
Fight, flight or freeze? Which one is your go-to reaction to stress and anxiety? In our pressurised lives and busy, over-stimulating culture each and every day our body and mind is constantly bombarded with physical, emotional and mental stimuli –
The to-do list is too long. The emails keep coming. That oh so 21st century phenomenon of FOMO (fear of missing out) is gnawing at your soul. There’s so much going on in your life that you’re not getting chance
Your mind is whirring. Jumping from this place to that. You’re finding it difficult to focus. Your jaw is tense. Your shoulders are up around your ears. There’s a feeling of contraction and tightness throughout your body. You’re barely breathing.