In Stress Pandemic Part 1, I wrote about the little things that you can do to help to reduce stress and anxiety. I questioned you to think about how many people you know: Who are on tablets for stress/anxiety Who have been / are off work due to stress related illnesses Who have or wanted to quit their job due stress Who feel trapped in a job or in situations they are… Read More
I question you to think about how many people you know: Who are on tablets for stress/anxiety Who have been / are off work due to stress related illnesses Who have or wanted to quit their job due stress Who feel trapped in a job or in situations they are unhappy in I bet, a lot! Hence the word Pandemic. It’s rife in the UK and the world. It is a… Read More
A hot spot for beginner, advanced and non-yogi’s alike, Koh Phangan is pretty popular with everyone. The island is built upon quartz crystal, making many think it is charged with positive healing energy. Koh Phangan hosts a load of yoga spots nestled along side vegan and vegetarian eateries. All this with the added bonus of the sunshine, beaches, jungle and parties, you can see why this Thai island is a hit. Many come… Read More
Accessible to most people, it is popular to trek the Gorepani and Poon hill areas in the Annapurna region. With beautiful scenery, challenging but achievable trekking, its easy to understand why Annapurna is referred to as a photographers paradise This trek boasts spectacular views of the Himalayas, including Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, III, and IV, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung Himal, Gangapurna, and Manaslu ranges among others. After trekking, practising meditation and hatha… Read More
The vicious circle of anxiety…
Its like putting a band-aid on, after someone falls over and grazes their knee. It happens again, but worse and they put a bigger plaster on it. Whats wrong with this scenario?