Browsing Tag Immune System

Beat those winter bugs

Support your digestive and immune systems.

In the second of my festive posts, I’m going to look at a few ways to support our immune systems. How many times have you found yourself full of cold or with a tummy upset when you were looking forward to a break? This is a common phenomena when we finally unwind after a busy more…

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Dreaming of a stress free Christmas?

In the run up to Christmas, I thought it would be nice to post a blog each week on the theme of keeping your equilibrium at this busy time of year. If you are dreaming of a stress free Christmas, you can make that your reality with our simple yet effective tips, and it will more…

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What does your heart desire?

Open anahata

Continuing then on our journey through the major chakras, we’re moving up now to the heart chakra, anahata, situated in the centre of the chest. The three lower energy centres that we’ve already looked at are associated more with our internal, personal & physical experiences and attachments, whilst the upper 3 energy centres are more more…

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Happy Holidays

Flexing the wrists

The school summer holidays are under way,  most of our classes have broken up for August (back again in September), and people are jetting off on holiday, so I thought I would theme the next couple of blogs on holistic ways to healthy, happy holidays. Most holidays start with a long journey, and even if the actual travel more…

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Is it time to look for an alternative way to take care of our health?

Bridge posture

There was an article in Sunday’s Observer (June 1st 2014) that piqued my interest, “How antibiotics are making the world ill” – it was an extract from scientist Martin Blaser’s new book “Missing Microbes”. In the article Martin Blaser explains why he thinks the world is` suffering from a whole raft of modern ailments, in more…

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We want to help you sparkle!

The Archer

Happy New Year! For my first post of the year I want to celebrate that wonderful feeling that comes with the new year…a fresh start, a clean slate; like starting a new school exercise book, full of promise and hope.   It’s the time of year for reflection and letting go of the past (see more…

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Wishing you a very merry and healthy Christmas

For my final blog of the year, I thought I would leave you with my festive season survival kit – yoga focussed on keeping you healthy this Christmas. If you’ve been at classes the last couple of weeks you will be familiar with the practises, so I hope this will just remind you of some more…

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Stay tip top this autumn

Well, we are definitely into Autumn now. The clocks have gone back, the leaves are falling, there’s a cool nip in the air and I’m back in thermals. According to Ayervedic wisdom Autumn is a dry, cool, erratic and windy season. This has an obvious affect on nature but you might have also noticed the “Air” element more…

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Yoga for a healthy Autumn

Autumn definitely seems to have arrived this morning, here at Inside Out HQ! So it felt timely to share with you some of the yoga we’ll be practicing in our weekly classes during this transitional season. Autumn can be a busy time, back to school or work after the summer holidays, new fitness regimes as more…

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Spring is just around the corner…

Surya Namaskar

Last year I posted a popular blog with yoga tips for a healthy spring, well I think Spring is just around the corner (I hope!), so thought you might enjoy reading this again. After the stillness of winter, energy that has been quietly building, is ready to burst out – the trees demonstrate this beautifully. more…

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