Indian Head Massage

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Indian Head Massage

"Touch is not optional for human development… from chronic pain to the process of healing, the genes, cells, and neural circuits involved in the sense of touch have been crucial to creating our unique human experience." - David J. Linden, Touch

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Creative Living & Yoga

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Creative Living & Yoga

Ahead of our Winter Yoga & Floristry Workshop on the 9th of December, we thought we'd re-share the interview we did with King-Wey Hii of Alright Petal Flowers about her love of flowers and why she feels they are such a powerful tool for wellness...

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My Adventures in Mindfulness

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My Adventures in Mindfulness

The gold at the end of the rainbow is that you can change your mind and how you think. This is called neuroplasticity. Your genes, hormones, regions in the brain, and early learning do not necessarily determine your fate.
- Ruby Wax, Sane New World: Taming the Mind

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What Is Hatha Yoga?

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What Is Hatha Yoga?

There are so many different styles of Yoga that sometimes choosing a class can be quite confusing, especially if you are new to yoga, so here’s a little information about Yoga's original style...

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Relax, Renew & Restore

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Relax, Renew & Restore

Beautiful Autumn has truly arrived along with the nights beginning to draw in and the constant coughing and sneezing around us – it is the season for colds!  It takes time for our bodies and minds to adjust to the change in weather and the fast pace of life in London can leave us feeling frazzled and exhausted at times.  This healing three hour workshop is all about relaxing and letting go...

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How Tai Chi Can Help Your Heart & Lungs

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How Tai Chi Can Help Your Heart & Lungs

One of the special things about the practice of Tai Chi is the relationship between movement and breath. Over time and with consistent practice, the breathing is maintained in a deep and steady rate, even when the exercise is quite vigorous. This combination of deep and slow breathing while exercising is unusual and gives the combined benefits of exercise and meditation...

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Yoga: why go with the flow?

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Yoga: why go with the flow?

Flowing forms of yoga have long been popular in London, with Vinyasa Yoga and all of its affiliates becoming a go-to favourite at most yoga studios and gyms. But beyond offering an invigorating physical challenge, I believe there are more esoteric benefits to this fluid form of yoga that are worth exploring for those of us wishing to deepen our practice...

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