Category: Mind and Relaxation Practices

Get ready for National Relaxation Day!

A very famous bear once said ‘Doing nothing often leads to the very best of something’ and thats exactly what National Relaxation Day is about. National Relaxation Day on August 15th encourages us to slow down and unwind. It’s a day to focus on taking care of ourselves and take a moment to relax. National Read more…

Workplace Mindfulness when Working from Home

Working in isolation can be a stressful thing. We’re here to help take the stress away and to show you how you can be mindful when working from home. Taking a moment out of your day to be mindful helps you to be more focussed, productive and innovative at work. When you are under pressure, Read more…

How to Relax – Part Six – Connect with Nature

There’s nothing better for relaxation than a trip to the countryside, to take in the beauty of nature and to truly relax. But thats not always possible… Many of us are stuck indoors at the moment, and even if you can go out, the closest things you can see are high-rise buildings or uninspiring industrial Read more…

Mens Health Month – Depression and Suicide Awareness

Mens Health Month continues with our look into depression and suicide awareness Depression isn’t just a bad mood, a rough patch, or the blues. It’s an emotional disturbance that can affect your whole body and in turn your overall health. It is clear that depression proves there is a connection between the mind and body. Read more…

Join us in June for Mens Health Month and Follow our Top Tips to Stay Healthy

June is Mens Health Month and we’ve put together a series of top tips to keeping your mind and body healthy. The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives us an opportunity to Read more…

How to Relax – Part Five – A Simple Visualisation Exercise

The next step in our essential relaxation guide is this simple visualisation exercise This exercise involves using an image as a way to focus the mind. Create in your mind an ideal spot to relax. It can be: real or imaginary somewhere you will find restful, calming, safe and happy a place you would want Read more…

Which Holistic Practices can help During Mental Health Awareness Week?

Our mental health is important throughout every stage of our lives, from childhood to adulthood, because it affects our emotional, psychological, and social well-being If you experience mental health problems, your thinking, mood, and behaviour can be affected. Many factors contribute to causing mental health problems, including: Biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry Read more…