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Nutrition and Hydration

March, 11th to 17th is the week in which we should be more aware about what we eat and drink. Then again nutrition is not only about the food we eat but also about mental nutrition and the nutrition we gain from our environment which can promote and uplift our physical and mental well-being. A Read More

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Yoga I didn’t know how much I needed Yoga until I discovered it… Posted on15th February 2019 15Feb2019 I guess anyone with a regular Yoga practice will tell you the same thing. My journey to becoming a Yoga Teacher began, quite simply with a knee injury. I had been using running up until that point Read More

How can Allergy Testing and Iridology benefit you?

Allergies and intolerances have increased in our modern societies and affect a wide range of people of different ages (from infants to adults) and varying backgrounds. What is the difference between an allergy and intolerance? An allergy is usually a life threatening condition such as anaphylaxis (for example- struggling to breathe, tightness in the throat, Read More

You Are What You Eat!

“You are what you eat!”  Easy to say!  “Everybody knows about nutrition!”  Easy to claim!  How is it then, that despite all that we know, our planet is struggling with over 340 million obese children and over 650 million obese adults and all the health problems that result according to the World Health Organisation?  Something Read More

Yoga for Resilience

Resilience is an essential life-skill; it enables us to cope with and recover from life’s misfortunes and challenges.  Most people will experience an accumulation of loss, trauma, transition and heartbreak, along with joy, love and pleasure in their lives. Practiced regularly, yoga builds strength, flexibility, balance, calm, optimism, and above all, resilience.  Compare the oak Read More

First, Do What’s Necessary

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible! — St. Francis of Assisi I was first introduced to the concept of Adikara, as meaning 'studentship', or my preferred definition, 'the work that needs to be done'. It describes both the diligence and the patience required for the Read More

Yoga in Universities

Promoting a Holistic Approach to Student Well-being Having spent twenty years in Higher Education, both studying and lecturing in the UK and France, I have gradually gained an in-depth understanding of the student experience. Often this is overwhelmingly positive, providing young adults with a wealth of personal, and ultimately professional, opportunities. Nonetheless, it is important Read More

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