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Rachael Wilson, Paediatric Sleep Consultant and mum of two, shares her tips and suggestions on managing the return to work after having a baby and coping with inevitable sleep deprivation. In this article I will be talking about the impact sleep deprivation can have on a new family and how this can affect mental health and returning to work. I have some top tips on how to make these transitions easier for you and some links to...
In the final video of our five-part yoga series, Georgie Edwards brings together what we've practiced in the last four sessions and introduces us to some new yoga movements. Our yoga instructor is Georgie Edwards, aka The Knotted Yogi, a London-based yoga teacher who trained in the northern mountains of India. Find out more about Georgie and the yoga classes she has on offer  here .    
In our fourth video, Georgie guides us through an energetic 'coffee breathing' session - ideal if you're feeling sluggish and need a pick-me-up during the work day. This five-part yoga series is ideal for anyone who works from home at a desk all day.  Our yoga instructor is Georgie Edwards, aka The Knotted Yogi, a London-based yoga teacher who trained in the northern mountains of India. Find out more about Georgie  here  and...
In today’s work from home yoga session, Georgie guides us through a body scan meditation which is a great way to release tension built up from sitting at your desk all day.  Georgie Edwards, aka The Knotted Yogi, is a London-based yoga teacher who trained in the northern mountains of India. Find out more about Georgie  here  and look out for our fourth session tomorrow.       
In the second session of our five-part yoga series, Georgie focuses on square breathing. This five-part yoga series is ideal for anyone who works from home at a desk all day. Our yoga instructor is Georgie Edwards, aka The Knotted Yogi, a London-based yoga teacher who trained in the northern mountains of India. Find out more about Georgie  here  and stay tuned for our third session tomorrow.   
To kick off a brand new year, we've created a week-long yoga series which is perfect anyone who works at a desk all day. Our yoga instructor is Georgie Edwards, aka The Knotted Yogi, a London-based yoga teacher who trained in the northern mountains of India. Find out more about Georgie here  and stay tuned for our second session tomorrow.     
Have your cake and eat it – but not too much At this time of year, it’s all too easy to think ‘what the hell, I’ll diet in the New Year’ and overindulge over the festive period but this isn’t the healthiest approach. What you could try doing is accepting that you may indeed overindulge, or at least eat more during this period, but you don’t have to give up on healthy eating and exercise...
We’ve listed our favourite books that focus on wholesome, nutritious food – ideal if you're looking for a last-minute Christmas gift or a treat for yourself to enjoy after the festivities. 1. Eat Yourself Healthy: An Easy-to-digest Guide to Health and Happiness from the Inside Out by Dr Megan Rossi  (Penguin Life, Hardback/Ebook/Audiobook, September 2019) Many of us complain of digestive issues and this book...
Mindfulness is a technique that requires paying more attention and being fully engaged in the present moment. This simply means paying attention to thoughts, sounds, bodily sensations, and your surroundings. Mindfulness has been found to be extremely beneficial for stress reduction and overall wellbeing. If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed during the festive period, you might want to try Rachel Ward-Lilley’s 7-day mindfulness...
Sara Smyth from Mama Love Yoga London shares her tips on how to take care of your wellbeing over the festive season. Sara is a yoga teacher, massage therapist and wellbeing writer. Find out more on Mama Love Yoga London  https://mamaloveyogalondon.com /  
The term ‘ritual’ might draw connotations of sacred ceremonies and spiritualism, but we all have rituals that we perform daily. Just think about it: brushing your teeth, showering or bathing, cooking dinner, cleaning, having a coffee break. These are rituals that we perform without even thinking. They can be mundane and sometimes seem like unwelcome intrusions in our busy lives. Adding intention and mindfulness to these...
A report by sleep expert Christine Hansen, commissioned by Eve Sleep, found that stress brought on by the festive season is one of the main causes of lack of sleep at this time of year, with 27% of women losing sleep because of Christmas-related stress. We’ve put together a list of tips that will increase your chances of having a good night’s sleep. Sleep schedule. Get yourself accustomed to a regular sleep routine by...