The best breathing technique to reverse the effects of stress

December 11th, 2018

How does stress affect our breathing? We experience stress as the ‘fight or flight’ response which is rooted in the emotion of fear stimulated it is governed by the limbic brain. This causes a physiological domino affect causing us to hold our breath or hyperventilate, causing muscles to tighten, the heart rate to increase, cortisol levels to raise […]

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Are you suffering from stiffness and poor posture? Here are 5 Yoga Poses proven to help

November 19th, 2018

Have you ever noticed yourself slouching at your desk or during a meeting? For those who sit in front of a computer 8-10 hours a day, it is inevitable that your body suffers from stiffness around the neck, shoulders and back areas. If stiffness is not timely released, the physical stress could eventually lead to […]

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Freedom From Stress Formula

October 5th, 2018

Before we can solve the problem, first we have to understand what stress is and why we urgently need to learn about its role in our society. The Oxford dictionary definition of stress is: a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances. Dating back to our caveman ancestors, […]

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Commitment to wellness

September 5th, 2018

A personalized yoga practice will uncover old habits and replace them with a stronger, more open and balanced posture, awareness to your own patterns of breathing will help to recode rhythms of rest and vitality and exploring your self-dialogue will inspire more nurturing personal attitudes. It has taken years of conditioning for the layers of […]

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Are your intentions aligned to good health?

August 5th, 2018

Positive psychology advocates meditations from the Buddhist concept of lovingkindness, where we consciously fill ourselves with positive emotions of harmony and gentleness. A clinical trial by Carson et al in 2005 published in the Journal of Holistic Nursing found that this meditation lead to a decrease in pain, anger and psychological distress in a study […]

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