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breathing, meditation, One Month Meditation Guide, practice, yoga

Day 6 & 7 – one-month introduction to meditation

Hi. I did it on purpose. Did you even notice the absence of a post yesterday? If you did, did you meditate anyway? I did that because the path of meditation is the path of personal freedom. If you are interested in learning to meditate, and following this blog, then you are surely interested in […]

breathing, meditation, One Month Meditation Guide, practice, yoga

Day 3 – one-month introduction to meditation

Good evening. Today’s post comes a little late as I have been working flat-out at the amazing SHA Wellness. Yep, I actually earn my living as a yoga and meditation teacher. Not bad, eh? Yesterday, I asked you to co-ordinate breath and steps. We will stay with this same technique today, but start lengthening the […]

meditation, One Month Meditation Guide, practice, relaxation, yoga

Day 2 – one-month introduction to meditation

Good morning, how did it go yesterday? It is an interesting exercise to count steps vs breathing, no? What did you notice? Did you just make a mental note, or did you take the time to journal it? When I first started doing mindful walking, I noticed: The rhythmic nature of both things and, The […]

breathing, meditation, One Month Meditation Guide, practice, relaxation, yoga

One-month introduction to meditation

January is the month of resolutions and there is no better resolution you can make – and keep – than fitting meditation practice into your life. I have seen some meditation guides that seem to propose a “new” activity every day. This, to me, does not compute. Meditation is about choosing your path, sticking to […]

Nutrition, recipes, thoughts and musings

Nourish & Feed – Eating 101.

Good nutrition is the basis for everything else. You can never hope to have a stable, strong, pain-free body if you don’t nourish its tissues correctly. Nutrition is basically applied biochemistry. You have to think of processes when you choose your food. There are some tissues – like those of the central nervous system – […]

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Therapists

I was musing, today, on the difference(s) between doctors and therapists. One of the most rewarding things about working at SHA Wellness is the amazing colleagues I interact with on a daily basis. Once you listen to a therapist and ask “how did you get here?”, you get the most beautiful stories of redemption. Many […]