Happy New Year

It’s the end of one year, the start of another year, typically a time of reflection and a time of new beginnings. More than likely, over the festive season you may have overindulged to a greater or lesser degree and you may be gung-ho with New Year’s resolutions and wanting results. Be aware that in order to achieve those results you have to plan realistically, make lasting changes and commit to those changes.  Results require a lifestyle...

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Season’s Greetings

Season’s greetings The days are getting longer and the Christmas festivities help to get us through the dark days.  New Year is on the way, a time typically to reflect on the year gone and the year to come.  Beware thinking that you may as well binge (undoing all the work you’ve done during this year) and start afresh in January.  If you do that, it will be so much harder to pick up and start again.  Then the thought creeps in, why...

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Seasonal silliness

Beware of being caught up in the negative side of seasonal silliness. Celebrate, have fun and take time to check in with yourself occasionally to make sure you are making the best choices for your (and others’) ultimate well-being.  It’s a stressful time of the year – do your best to relax and enjoy it, no matter what’s going on in your life. Here’s some seasonal silliness from Jennifer Saunders (not...

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11 ways Yamuna Body Rolling can save you time and money and maximise your well-being

Time and money.  The two things most people wish they had more of.  How to make the best of both for your health and well-being? 11 ways Yamuna Body Rolling can save you time and money and maximise your well-being: Prevention – keeping your body aligned and flexible prevents injury and the effects of repetitive stress Once you learn the routines, you can do them at home, saving time travelling to and from classes and appointments Once you...

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What is your happiest moment?

What is your happiest moment? When asked what was the happiest moment in his life, the Dalai Lama reflected for a moment then said, “I think …. Now !” Mostly we are brooding on the past or planning for the future rather than looking at what we have right here, right now, in this moment. We spend a lot of time, especially at this time of the year, thinking of what we want, which is another way of saying this is what I lack and so we become...

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