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Yoga Twists

Yoga Twists benefit the digestive system, by stimulating and ‘massaging’ the internal organs in the...

Activate your brain hemispheres for learning, focus and memory

Two exercises that will wake up both your brain hemispheres, firing up more neutrons, creating more neuro-pathways. Do them before a difficult interview, before an exam, a complex interpreting job or when starting to learn a new subject....

QiGong Forms Part 2

QiGong is an ancient Chinese discipline, considered the basis on Martial Arts. The QiGong forms (short sequences) are inspired in the natural world and practiced preferably outdoors. QiGong practices are calming, centring and meditative – perfect for finding...

QiGong Forms Part 1

QiGong is an ancient Chinese discipline, considered the basis on Martial Arts. The QiGong forms (short sequences) are inspired in the natural world and practiced preferably outdoors. QiGong practices are calming, centring and meditative – perfect for finding...

Resting Asanas

Balasana (child’s posture): from hands and knees, bring you big toes together and knees apart as you bring your hips and gluten nearer to your heels. Arms stretch forward, rest your forehead on the mat; if this is difficult, use a yoga brick, or your fists on...

Tadasana

Tadasana (mountain posture) is performed by standing with your feet hip-distance apart, lifting the sternum as you breathe, maintaining an open chest and relaxed shoulders. Imagining you have roots growing from the heel, the big toe and the little toe will help you...

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Ready to make your blood cells bounce?

Have you ever wondered, when you’re feeling sluggish, exactly how your blood cells are doing? One of the most fascinating worlds is one that normally remains completely invisible to us. And that’s the world within. If you’re interested in your own wellbeing, it’s...

Bringing wellbeing to the workplace

For many years, companies have given lip service to the idea of wellbeing in the workplace. For example, “a healthy workforce is a productive one”. But to reduce wellbeing to a handy way to enhance profitability is missing the point. To take a broader perspective…...

Is sitting the new smoking?

The comparison between sitting and smoking might seem an extreme one. Yet there are clear parallels. After all, there was a time when smoking was deemed relatively harmless… before the curtain was pulled back, and the extent of the associated health risks was...