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celebrating joyful movement

We spoke to Nike ambassador, model, dancer, and founder of 'The Curve Catwalk', Trina Nicole, about joyful movement and body compassion. As a successful dancer whose performance credits include Nao, Lizzo, and even Beyonce, Trina champions joy through movement. We discuss challenges she's faced with body image issues and her journey to body compassion through re-discovering her love for dance. She challenges us to change our relationship with exercise by finding movement that feels good for our own bodies.


what is body neutrality?

Do you wish you could feel more in tune with and at peace and compassionate for your body? We sat down with accredited trauma psychotherapist, Lauren Baird, to discuss how we can work toward body neutrality. For many, learning to love everything we see in the mirror can feel like a daunting prospect. However, body neutrality doesn't place value on our appearance. It's not about loving or hating our bodies, but simply accepting them and showing respect and appreciation for what they do.


finding glimmers

Even small moments within our day can trigger the release of dopamine and serotonin (the 'happy hormones'). These 'glimmers' can help us regain perspective towards our body and unlock joyful moments. Lauren challenges us to become 'glimmer hunters' explaining how self-compassion can help tackle the 'inner critic'.


Yoga Nidra read by Helen @Yoga_Breathworks

Yoga Nidra is a relaxing, guided meditation. Through it you can enter the realm of the subconscious and create effective changes in your life. It relaxes your nervous system, improves your sleep quality and leaves you feeling revived and energised. Founder of Yoga Breathworks, Helen Maroudias, guides us through some gentle stretches and a Yoga Nidra practice focusing on breathing and body awareness to bring more energy into your body.

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why light time is the right time for sleep, too...

When it comes to improving sleep, we often focus on nighttime being the right time, but our actions and habits during the day can impact our sleep quality just as much. From when we first see sunlight to the time we drink our coffee, so much of what we do and experience during the day directly impacts the way we sleep at night. The body’s circadian rhythm relies on factors during the day that prepares the body for better sleep, and how and when you are exposed to daylight has a huge effect on your nocturnal patterns. Find out how to manage your 'light time' for a better 'night time'.


and breathe...

Did you know that simple breathing techniques can improve our health and well-being? For example, when we breathe correctly, it can help to improve the quality of our sleep, reduce stress levels and increase our ability to concentrate.There is a growing interest in the science behind the practice of breathwork. Studies show that regularly including breathing exercises in your daily routine can have a powerful effect on mood, reducing anxiety and depression and improving concentration. Why not try our stress-relieving breath techniques for yourself?


find your focus

Actively altering your breathing pattern could be just what you need to improve motivation and focus. Breathwork techniques, such as cyclical hyperventilation have been shown to be effective to help encourage a state of focus. Popularised by Wim Hof (The Ice Man) this technique has been practiced for many years and recent scientific studies show that regular practice can help support neuroplasticity and improve your ability to concentrate. [1,2,3,4]