This short series of six restorative yoga poses is designed to relax your body and your mind, preparing you to drift off into a blissful sleep.
As the freshness of Spring in the air beckons an emergence from retreat, introversion and inactivity, we are often called to get outside and embrace the gifts of the new season, to move more, play more and eat better. Spring signals new beginnings; and offers an opportunity to freshen up the body, mind and spirit.
Grab a mirror and poke out your tongue. What do you notice? Many of us will be confronted with a white-ish layer of goop covering its surface – yuk! Find out what it is and why you should do something about it.
For many of us, relaxation means a walk on the beach, a coffee with friends or chilling out on the couch in front of a movie. Whilst these activities certainly offer a pleasurable diversion from everyday tasks and thought patterns, it’s likely that your heart rate is elevated, muscles are firing and the mind is switched ‘on’.