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A few months ago, the members of a fitness centre for older people auditioned and chose me to teach a weekly yoga class. All swotted up on information about working with injuries and the positive effects of yoga on aging bodies I was all set to ‘instruct’ and completely naïve to the real life-lessons that were in store for me. Here is what I have learned from those who have learned how to live. 1. How to ‘say it like it is’ As a general rule, I hate those people – the ‘say it like it is’ brigade. The phrase [...]
Guest blog by Alycia Gordan, a freelance writer loves to read and write articles related to health and lifestyle and sometime on health-tech as well. Alycia is a contributor at BookYogaRetreats.com. Four Ways to Keep Your Body in Shape Media, men and society require women to take care of themselves and look their best. We must invest in ourselves if we want to be beautiful, but you must remember to do it for yourself and not for anyone else. There are quite a few healthy choices women can make to feel and look better, from eating habits and regular physical activity to [...]
1. You know that person you don’t like? Turns out they’re a gift From day one I had a number of reasons I didn’t like one of the women on my course: she was confrontational; she was loud; she was ‘in your face’; always interrupting and questioning things; insensitive to other people’s feelings – my list went on. I would avoid sitting next to her and even avoid her eye contact when the class had to pair up for skills practice. I even brought my gripes to personal therapy and I’m glad I did, because my therapist helped me to [...]
When you think about self-care you might think of pricey spa days, holidays, and the sort of indulgences that many of us either can’t afford or just don’t have time for in our busy lives. While there is certainly nothing wrong with a bit of pampering you may be surprised to read that relieving stress can be as simple, and inexpensive, as shrugging your shoulders. Here are five ways you can practise self-care that might surprise you. Have a good cry – Cultural and societal attitudes towards crying often mean we gulp back our emotions when in fact you’d be [...]