Have you decided that 2019 is the year you carve out more time for yourself? Download this powerful 20-minute Yoga Nidra meditation developed and produced by Lydia from Roar Spirit Yoga - which will leave you feeling fresh and relaxed and ready to take on your day. You’re welcome!
Good old jet lag, huh? Sitting up wide awake in my kitchen at 4.00am, not yet having slept, wishing for sleep to wash over me I became agitated. My mind racing a million miles an hour…
Do you think you have bad posture? I sat down with yin yoga teacher Jen Crescenzo at Upwell Health Collective recently and she explains that posture has nothing to do with sitting up straight.
It had been a while since I had myself guided a class on the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel and having done so recently I was reminded of just how important it is to not let any one moment pass you by.
I am not really one for new year resolutions but this year I decided whole heartedly that I would break up with caffeine at least for the month of January to give my body a chance to detox from the black gold.
Many people swear by the ancient practices of yoga or meditation to keep their body and brain finely tuned. It’s a popular form of physical exercise, now taught in aged care facilities, schools, and health centres. However devoted yogis believe it’s the spiritual elements of yoga, which includes relaxation, breathing and meditation that not only improve physical health but also enhance wellbeing.
With a new year comes the opportunity to start fresh and lay the foundations to live your life aligned with your heart’s deepest desire. Setting the tone for your year and living a more purposeful is much easier than you think. And it all starts with just a few little words.