Robert Phipps has written a very thought provoking book about body language. He is an expert in his field giving insight on TV in the Trisha Goddard Shows, Big Brother’s Little Brother, The 5 O’clock Show – to name a few. His book is called “Body … [Read more...] about Could changing your Body Language, increase your confidence?
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Candice Walley is a yoga teacher from Eastleigh in the UK, teaching dynamic Vinyassa classes where students flow from one posture to another. It can be fast paced, so it is a yoga which you can get hot and sweaty in or you can relax in it. Yoga has … [Read more...] about Have you ever thought about trying yoga to improve your energy, body, mind and resilience?
The road to building personal resilience has many obstacles and you may feel that you have no idea where to start. Once you begin to look around, you will discover that there is a wealth of information to sort through to find what you need. If you are … [Read more...] about Tips to begin construction of your personal resilience
Sleepiness after lunch? I think you can relate. It’s perfectly fine for a lazy Sunday afternoon, but not so much when you need to meet deadlines and attend meetings that already make you nod off. The heavier or more processed the lunch, the sleepier … [Read more...] about 5 healthy fuss-free work lunch ideas
Anna Richrds is a Holistic Therapist, Counsellor, Hypnotherapist and Rackie Healer and the most astounding achievement of all…….. the mother to ten home schooled children! Most of Anna’s therapist work has been during the 20yrs that she has been a mum. … [Read more...] about Knowing yourself and building great relationships
Stress happens to all of us at one time of another. But what many people don’t know is that there are two forms of stress. The first is acute stress, which is very normal and usually a reaction to a minor upset/accident, or an upcoming event. The other … [Read more...] about Making sense of Stress