Each month in The Self Care Space we have a dedicated theme. This month, we felt called to focus on finding perspective in the pause. Perspective isn’t just about changing your attitude towards something, it’s also about all the things that travel with it; clarity, joy, acceptance, connection. In a fast-paced world, finding perspective is crucial. […]
Have you ever found yourself at the end of December, trying to piece together the flurry that was Christmas, wondering how it’s possible for a month to pass by in such a haste and haze? You’re not alone. It’s so easy to get caught up in the hurried pace, chaos and overwhelm. We find ourselves […]
As we move into the end of the year, I felt called to dedicate November’s theme to emotional self care. When we come to the end of the year, we can often feel tired, exhausted and overwhelmed. Why? There are two things we know to be true: + The seasons are changing with purpose […]
Sleep care is the new self-care. With our society being obsessed with productivity and go go go attitude, more and more people are struggling to sleep. We spend way to much time in the YANG energy and not enough time in YIN. Yang is associated with day, movement, exterior, noisy, and awake.Yin is associated with […]
Sleep is THE MOST important element in our overall wellbeing – for mind, body, and spirit. Research suggests sleep and immunity are directly related, which is why sleep-care as self-care is vital. So this month’s rituals will help you to soothe your night time jitters, to help you soften from the worries of the day, […]
We all know the importance of eating well, exercising and getting a good nights sleep. We are conditioned to believe that if we pack as much into our day then we will be successful and happy. Filling your day with meaningless activities works as a temporary distraction to how we are truly feeling. A full […]
Slowing down is so important for your overall well being. Here are 4 simple self care practices you can use to slow down and restore.
The 5 dimensions of self care is a road map for establishing a wholesome self care practice that will nourish your mind, body and soul.
Gi gong is a traditional Chinese movement and meditation practice, that links the body with the breath, as you move through a series of slow and meditative movements.
Here are some self care rituals you can use to welcome spring and slowly start to invite in this new season with the Spring Equinox